Caterer specialist Payne & Gunter has retained its position as an accredited catering supplier for the Natural History Museum.
The appointment continues Payne & Gunter’s longstanding relationship with one of London’s most popular museums and will see a team of expert chefs eligible to cater for all events at the Grade-I listed venue.
Bethan James, operations director at Payne & Gunter, commented: “We pride ourselves on being at the forefront of event catering and setting the standard for what can be achieved in hospitality. Where better to showcase our creative adventure and classic prowess than at one of the UK’s favourite venues, the Natural History Museum; we’re looking forward to continuing to develop exclusive menus and hosting truly memorable events at this special venue.”
With event spaces at the venue ranging from the grand Hintze Hall, to more intimate rooms, Payne & Gunter will continue to deliver catering concepts inspired by the museum’s iconic status.
Payne & Gunter recently created bespoke menus at a museum event for 800 people, across the Hintze Hall and Fossil Way.
In addition to this, signature menus from Payne & Gunter’s chef partnerships, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage and culinary star Dipna Anand, will also be available throughout the season.
Payne & Gunter has been a maker of English hospitality since 1786 and is recognised for delivering characterful dining with a twist at events, ranging from iconic venues in London and beyond, stunning wedding sites as well as modern icons.