Our clients often say they see us as an extension of their own team – providing guests with a flawless experience that perfectly reflects their brand and supports the achievement of their key objectives. More than ever before, successful in-person events can offer invaluable opportunities for connection and make a big impact.

So we know how vital it is to create a ‘wow-factor’ that doesn’t cost the earth or negatively impact the planet. With every tiny detail perfectly designed, our clients can focus on making the most of the event itself, while we look after creating incredible food only, or as many elements as they require.

Read the Case Study – Food Stations at the Abbey


Inspired by the dynamic global city we call home, our exciting range of standing reception menus incorporate current trends, are designed for any dietary requirement and only feature the highest quality, sustainably sourced produce.

Our dazzling array of canapés are little tastes of heaven in one beautiful bite, whilst our tantalizing bowl food menu comprises miniature versions of our most popular main courses. A fantastic option for introducing an added touch of theatre, food stations can offer creative ways to explore a theme or brand identity, and are highly effective in encouraging guest interaction and connection.

Read the Case Study – Canapés at the Tower


Impressing your guests with an indulgent dinner will make them feel truly valued and allow ample time for interaction and building worthwhile relationships. Drawing on his Michelin Star experience, our Development Chef will design a sensational menu, whether you’re planning an intimate private dining experience or an innovative multi-sensory tasting menu style gala dinner.

Bringing together a combination of timeless style, exciting gastronomy and flawless service, our team will ensure that every detail is beautifully presented and precisely on brand. Resulting in an engaging and highly memorable experience that will resonate with guests long after the event itself.

Read the Case Study – Dinner at the Palace