The international management firm and their spouses - 1,600 guests - enjoyed a spectacularly sunny evening by the River Thames. This historic venue was transformed with food stalls piled high with salads, seafood, pies and curry. Immaculate staff paced the cobbles with trays of canapés and bowl food, a delicious hog roast and a table laden with a medieval feast. The aromas floating across the courtyard were mouthwatering.
Friend and Champagne supplier, Vincent Lasseaux, came along with his vintage Champagne and the-recipe also created a tasty Gin Garden Cocktail.
As anyone in the industry knows, there’s often a lot of uneaten food at such prestigious events, so the catering company linked up with City Harvest, a charity which collects leftover food around London and donates to those people who are hungry in our city.
This new initiative is one the-recipe plan on repeating - they love their jobs and catering for the best events in the most prestigious venues in town and donating to City Harvest enables them to do it with a clear conscience. If you'd like more information about the charity, let them know here.