Searcys has been appointed as the official caterer at No. 11 Cavendish Square; a central London Grade II listed Georgian townhouse and events venue.
The partnership with Searcys will bring the sustainably sourced catering service to the venue’s six principal spaces, 24 meeting rooms and a café for visitors and employees.
No. 11 Cavendish Square is owned by The Kings Fund, an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. Formed in 1897, The King’s Fund was set up as an initiative by the then Prince of Wales to raise funds for London’s voluntary hospitals. All Searcys’ events at the venue will help to support the Fund’s work.
The new tailored hospitality packages for No.11 Cavendish Square will showcase the best of seasonal and home-grown produce. Conference and events menus will focus on nutrition and wellbeing, including healthy swaps from sugar-based meeting snacks, while weddings and parties will be catered for with enhanced packages and experiences.
Located on the ground floor, the café menu will focus on seasonal ingredients. A regularly changing menu will serve homemade pizzas, alongside a selection of salads, sandwiches and freshly baked breads and pastries are also available to grab and go. All tea and coffee served will be Direct Impact sourced, with Searcys’ bespoke blend of coffee beans from family-run farms in Peru and Colombia, and roasted by Bristol-based, Extract Coffee.
Matt Thomas, managing director of Searcys says: “We are delighted by the confidence No. 11 Cavendish Square has shown in appointing us. We are looking forward to providing the highest level of service to creating memorable events in these wonderful surroundings. Searcys events at this esteemed central London venue will showcase our chefs’ artistry and attention to detail with bespoke menus using the finest, seasonal British ingredients.”