Continuing to building upon their trusted partnership developed over a decade of spectacular events, Table Talk are one of six caterers to have been selected.
Clare Arouche, Head of Sales & Events at Royal Museums Greenwich
“Following our catering tender review we are delighted that Table Talk are to remain on our accredited catering list for the next two years. We have an exciting portfolio of events in the pipeline for 2018/19 and we very much look forward to working with Table Talk and our other caterers to grow our events business even further.”
Royal Museums Greenwich comprises four individual venues available for hire which offer a range of backdrops for a variety of events. Situated in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Maritime Greenwich, event planners can opt for a range of spaces within Cutty Sark, the National Maritime Museum, Queen’s House and the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
With their pioneering architecture and fascinating exhibits, the venues provide the ideal backdrop for magnificent gala dinners and awards ceremonies, luxurious parties and receptions, dynamic product launches, inspiring conferences and breath-taking weddings.
The venues enjoy fantastic transport links – being conveniently located approximately 20 minutes from central London, in Zone 2. Event planners can also incorporate travelling to the venue by boat, with Greenwich Pier just a stone’s throw away from the iconic Cutty Sark and Maritime Museum.
Stuart Jenkins, MD of Table Talk and Blue Strawberry
“We are incredibly proud to have been retained at Royal Museums Greenwich. We love working within the different spaces which offer something truly unique for London event planners. Our keen focus on delivering the highest quality menus and service, coupled with our innovative and personal approach complement the distinctive characteristics of Royal Museums Greenwich’s stunning spaces.
We are always delighted with the outstanding feedback received from clients who have opted to host events at Royal Museums Greenwich. The venues transport guests to a different place and time, resulting in magical events.”