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Getting in touch
You've looked at my website, you've seen my social media. You think we are compatible, let's arrange a date or session. In this section are a few pointers for contacting me and meeting me.
Firstly, let's talk about the initial greeting!
Please when contacting me, using my booking form, introduce yourself using your full legal name, tell me what you want, be as clear and concise as possible. Please fill in all of the questions.
I have a 6 email exchange policy for booking a date, extra conversation will be charged under texting/a virtual GFE package or a fair tribute is to be sent.
Please only contact me to make a booking when you are ready to confirm a date, know what services you want and pay a deposit.
Dressing for the date
Now we have booked a date..
We have a plan, we anticipate our time together.
We meet at a bar, at a restaurant, at a hotel.
I am dressed appropriately for the occasion.
I ask that you please dress to the occasion, there is nothing discrete about a public meeting where I am wearing an elegant ensemble and my date is wearing sketchers, shorts and a t-shirt. Please bare this in mind and please dress appropriately for social dates & outcalls. Incalls you can relax a little more and wear what is comfortable but I always appreciate a man who puts in an effort.
My go to spots
check out some of my favourite bars and restaurants in London if you need a little Inspo for our date.
Bethnal Green, E2
Bistrotheque is located in a white washed warehouse building, the interior is a mix of industrial and elegant very minimal and modern. Serving a contemporary European menu and a range of delicious cocktails at a reasonable cost, it is by far one of my favourite restaurants to visit in East London.
Columbia road, E2
Brawn is a small, bright and airy restaurant located on the beautiful Columbia road. The menu is French inspired, serving small plates, perfect for sharing and enjoying an intimate date. Brawn also offers a small list of classic cocktails and an impressive wine list.
58 Brewer St, W1
Kiln is one of the cities most favourited Thai restaurants. The short menu of “delicious and innovative” sharing dishes delivers “a taste extravaganza” based on impeccably sourced ingredients from named suppliers. Larger pots also delivered a full-on hit, from a sharp and sour turbot curry to an aromatic Burmese beef neck curry, with wild ginger and pickled garlic providing plenty of fresh crunch.
To try list
A list of bars & restaurants in London that I am dieing to try, make a reservation at one of these establishments for extra brownie points..
Hackney wick, E5
Silo is the worlds first Zero waste restaurant. Providing quality by sourcing directly from the best producers. The aim is to stay as true as possible to the product whilst ensuring minimal impact. The menu is experimental, flavour driven, creative and casual.
The small plates menu is inspired by South Africa (a kudu is an antelope). The interior is retro with a feminine side. The menu pricing is standard for London, maybe even quite good for quality food in the style of small/sharing plates.
A modern European restaurant, pricey but fabulous food in an atmospheric Mayfair basement named after an eighteenth-century courtesan known for her wit and extravagance, Kitty Fisher was rumoured to have eaten a 1,000-guinea banknote on a piece of bread and butter. The basement dining room is intimate and hugely atmospheric.
Never feel obliged to bring a gift but, if you are feeling generous or a special occasion is on the horizon here are some of my favourite luxury items and designers so you can spoil me.
Flowers & Plants: Any
Candles: Le Jolie muse, Warm Vanilla Tobacco Leaf Herb scent & Diptique, Baies.
Soap: Aesop, Le labo.
Sweets & Drinks
Sweets: Vegan truffles, Macaroons, Shortbread.
Teas: Dragonfly tea, Vanilla Rooibos, Earl grey rooibos, Cape Malay Chai.
Coffee Syrup: Vanilla & Caramel
Hold ups & Tights: Wolford (Size M)
Loungewear: Marjolaine, La Perla.
Lingerie: Angela Friedman, Dita Von teese lingerie, Studio Pia.
Lipstick: Tom Ford & Channel (Red)
Face cream: Charlotte Tilbury magic cream.
Net-a-porter, Etsy, Selfridges, Agent Provocateur, Libidex latex.
Bags: Celine, Mulberry, Aspinal, Louis Vuitton, Prada.
Shoes: Gucci, Manola Blahnik, Maison Marjiela (Tabbi), Churches.
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