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Creative HEAD’s It List awards.

The iconic Turbine Hall at Tate Modern provided the perfect backdrop for Creative HEAD’s Most Wanted and The It List Awards Grand Final.

The glamorous crowd, who were on fine form, enjoyed a Champagne & canapé reception on the bridge before making their way downstairs for a delicious dinner.

Salt Marsh lamb, heritage tomato & burrata was followed by a Chocolate & blackcurrant martini mousse before the award ceremony that was hosted by funny man Jack Whitehall.

It was then back to the bridge for the after party where the cocktails went down a storm! 

Intimate V&A Dinner

The Victoria & Albert Museum is not a venue one would normally associate with a small, intimate dinner. Our client on this occasion hosted an exclusive dinner for 24 very lucky guests in the Dorothy & Michel Hintze Sculpture  Galleries. The event was showcasing a new collection that had designs from India, France, Japan & The Ottoman Empire so we incorporated elements fo the cuisine from these cultures into the menu.

Indian inspired canapes were served in the Madejski Garden including our Coconut Gram Fritters with Panch Poran Chutney.

The French starter was  Rabbit rillettes, Hazelnut crumb, Frisee, shallots, vinaigrette Dijon. The Japanese main was a stunning Bream with Hondashi Broth, Shitake, Choi Sum, Sencha green tea noodles and dessert was an Ottoman inspired Rose pannacotta, grilled peaches, rose petals & pistachio. 


UBUNTU Education Fund

Ubuntu’s 15th Anniversary Gala was their most successful event ever, 350 guests shared a gourmet feast of fantastic food, delicious drink and magnificent music at Camden’s Roundhouse.

We created a bespoke menu with authentic South African influences and were delighted to be part of such as successful event  that raised over a million dollars on the night.

Plannig for next years gala is already underway!

Vacheron Constantin

It was a pleasure to work with Vacheron Constantin,the world’s oldest manufacturer of fine watches, as they celebrated the grand opening of their new London boutique. 120 guests including the Ambassador of Switzerland, attended the gala dinner at the stunning, gothic One Mayfair venue dating back to 1825. 

During the dinner The Royal Ballet School performed a specially choreographed pas de deux from Act III of Sleeping Beauty. The second performance of the night, an operatic aria ‘L’Heure Exquise’, followed by a duet from Mozart’s ‘Don Giovanni’, was sung by two of Glyndebourne’s most promising artists of tomorrow; Ellie Laugharne and Duncan Rock, graduates of the Jerwood Chorus.

The menu included 5J Acorn Fed Jamon Iberico expertly sliced by our master carver in reception. The starter of Seared Looe Scallops, Smoked Beetroot Puree, Fresh Curd, Apple & Lavender Jelly for starter was paired with Puligny-Montrachet ‘Les Noyers Bret’, 2010. Following this, the guests enjoyed a Gevrey Chambertin Premier Cru ‘Lavaux St Jacques’ 2009 with their main course Loin of Veal with a Slow Roasted Veal Shank Ravioli, Orange Glazed Chicory, Port Infused Salsify and a puree of Butternut Squash. Dessert was a bespoke, seasonal creation of Tonka Bean Parfait, Spiced Red Wine Jelly, Roasted & Caramelised Fig,  Honeycomb & Quince puree.