The Nth Degree, founded by Robert Walton MBE; President of the Restaurant Association of Great Britain and partner of UK Hospitality. Robert is also the former Chairman of YCYW between the years of 2006 and 2012.
A Private Global Dining Club based in London, Dubai and Hong Kong. Its exclusive membership is made up of influential and successful individuals and leading corporate partners. The Nth Degree is the commercial voice of the British Hospitality Industry.
We create bespoke opportunities for our members to experience exceptional fine dining whilst making new friendships and business connections. At the heart of the club lies a diverse calendar of events in the top venues in both London and Dubai. These include tastings, drinks soirees, annual sporting events as well as the club’s signature concept; The Private Dining Experience. The Club invites both individual and corporate members to join and connect through the network of The Nth Degree.
The Ritz London
Sake No Hana
The team brings together an unparalleled blend of impressive hospitality credentials, inspirational knowledge and insight, business savvy, expert event organisation skills and a vast network of amazing industry contacts. Combined with endless amounts of energy, enthusiasm and passion for the hospitality sector, they are a force to be reckoned with.
Restaurant Association of Great Britain
The Nth Degree Club is the brainchild of Robert Walton MBE. It is an exclusive private dining club based in London, Dubai and other prestigious locations
around the world with an exclusive membership network of successful, influential and like-minded individuals and corporate companies.
The Nth Degree puts individuals and corporate companies together in some of the finest dining rooms in London to meet and enjoy fantastic food and service. It connects people on both a personal and professional level. Bob’s passion has always been to use excellent food and service as the basis of doing business and making great friends.
Robert is a recognised and respected figure in the hospitality industry and is President of the Restaurant Association of Great Britain. Having trained as a West-End chef himself, he has unique hand-on experience and has spent over 45 years in the Hospitality profession having owned restaurants, pubs and function venues. He is a Patron of many of the industry’s leading charities including Springboard, Hospitality Action and Adopt a School.
The Nth Degree Club
Sean has spent over thirty years in the hospitality industry. He studied a degree in hospitality at Leeds University and qualified as a chef, before working for global foodservice business Sodexo, read more primarily in their events and venues division for eight years as a board Director heading up their UK sales and marketing. He has been involved in sales and operations at major sporting events including Formula One, Royal Ascot, Henley Royal Regatta, RHS flower shows and many other iconic annual calendar events. Over the last fifteen years, Sean has been a true serial entrepreneur developing several hospitality businesses including a fine dining restaurant and wedding venue, gastro pub, corporate hospitality at major events, fine dining for corporate clients and a food tech home delivery concept in London. He is a fellow of the Institute of Hospitality, holds the Freedom of City of London and was awarded the Foodservice Management lifetime achievement award in recognition of his commitment to the industry through ACE (Association of Catering Excellence) for the past twelve years.
JKS Restaurant Group
Simon’s career started at Amberley Castle, a Small Luxury House hotel. After completing his HND in Hospitality Management, he moved to London. While working at The Ritz he won 'Young Waiter of the Year’ 2000'. In 2001 read more Simon joined Gordon Ramsay, managing his flagship restaurant at Royal Hospital Road for 5 years. He worked with Heston Blumenthal as Operations Manager for the Fat Duck Group on projects including the launch of Dinner at the Mandarin Oriental. In October 2014 moved to New York, working for Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, managing the Modern. March 2018 saw Simon return to London as Operations Director for JKS, overseeing their 14 sites and responsible for future growth. Simon is an Academy of Culinary Arts Fellow and an Acorn Winner. Never one to shy away from a challenge, he is training for his first Ironman to raise money for Adopt a School.