Private Parties

Understated or decadent, rustic or refined. We'll make your party as effortless as possible for you & as memorable as possible for your guests. Whatever the occasion, our attention to detail, creativity and flair will make it the talk of the town.


Hosted at the Natural History Museum, this barmitzvah was rocking from start to finish. Guests arrived in Waterhouse Way and dined on canapés and sushi made to order by our sushi chefs before making their way into the Central Hall for a spectacular party. The international crowd of nearly three hundred guests were treated to an entertainment extravanganza throughout their dining experience and they partied on with the dinosaur till the early hours.

Sweet 16th

The galleries at One Marylebone provided the perfect reception space at this Summer batmitzvah. Whilst the kids were entertained with t-shirt making, the Graffiti Kings, photos at the leopard print bar and their very own Diary Room, the adults sipped champagne and cocktails before everyone dined on canapés, bowl foods, a sushi bar and roving desserts. Following the exclusive live performance of chart-topper Taio Cruz, the shawarma bar opened for late-night munchies and went down a storm.

40th Birthday Party

This was surely the party to end all parties. Our client was known for his pranks, but none quite so elaborate as this. The evening started on a party boat along the Thames, with nothing but shop-bought ‘soggy’ vol au vents and warm Prosecco. Suddenly the boat “broke down” and their host disappeared to ‘investigate’. The guests were told to disembark on a dark and rickety jetty. Suddenly their host appeared in an old lighthouse tower; a vast cover shielding the real venue dropped to the ground and the party began. We served up a full culinary spectrum: from the chef’s table and fresh lobster and Wagyu burger barbeque, to oysters, canapés, and bowl foods, followed by a nitrogen ice cream bar. Guests could even eat sushi from a naked model!

50th Wedding Anniversary

This charming couple created a party space at home by taking the inside out: transforming their terrace and beautiful garden into an extension of their house, where their guests could kick back, relax and join them to celebrate their fifty years together. Cocktails and canapés were served on arrival and followed by an elegantly refined dinner. Later everyone spilled out onto the lawn for petit-fours served on trays with dry ice, and a live band got everyone out of their chairs to dance the night away.