We were thrilled to be chosen as the caterers for the The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 London Premiere after party at B1 in Bloomsbury Square. With over 800 guests attending it was an extremely busy night with a huge bar serving cocktails all night to include ‘Ciroc Julep’ which is a stunning cocktail with vodka, grapefruit juice and pomegranate finished with sprig of mint and classic ‘Moscow Mules’ which kept our guests well fueled.
deWintons London event caterers traveled out to Normandy early on Monday morning to be ready for 500 guests on race day starting with breakfast at 5.30am. Staff took trains, planes and ferries to reach Normandy along with hundreds of kilo’s of rice, Arabic curries, Paratha’s and freshly churned ice-cream from Cornwall.
As the event was based in the heart of Normandy we had a fabulous display of seafood to include Lobster, crab, crayfish and an array of local cheeses.
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed Al Maktoum (UAE) proved unbeatable. Changeable weather conditions, stamina-sapping ground which became increasingly holding as the day went on, and stringent veterinary procedures saw combination after combination drop out of the competition.
The stars of Pride, a comedy based on a true story in the South Wales mining valleys, held it’s Premiere in Camden last night at the Electric Ballroom.
Cast including Bill Nighy, Imelda Staunton and Dominic West were there walking the red carpet. It’s set in the summer of 1984 when Margaret Thatcher is in power and the NUM is on strike.
deWintons London Caterers were delighted to be chosen to serve such classics as mini Cornish Pasties, Quail Scotch Eggs, Mini Steak & Guinness Pies and Toad in the hole.
deWintons catered at another seated dinner last week in Central London. This time our client’s theme was ‘Rare’ and they wanted us to create a menu which reflected this. Our creative chefs came up with another spectacular mouth watering menu which included Exmoor Caviar from Devon, Potato & Chive Pancakes and a ‘Tree of Hanging’ Baby Poached Apples filled with Bramley Apple Purée
Gemma Banks was lucky enough to be given a personal tour of the ‘Power House’ which is a fabulous glass box sitting on top of the entrance to Battersea Power Station at the foot of one of the iconic chimneys. The Power House looks directly over the river Thames and Chelsea Bridge with far reaching views down to the London Eye and beyond.
The Power House is designed for drinks and canape receptions for up to 60 guests and sit down dinners for up to 30 guests. This is an amazing opportunity to have a party at the largest brick building in Europe. Please do call if you would like to host your summer party here, perhaps with a few glasses of Pimm’s?
Our team of party planners arrived early in the morning to set up and be ready for Gants autumn press launch, just behind Regent Street.
Guests started with our delicious ginger and pear spritzer followed by chilled glasses of Prosecco. Our executive chef designed a very light lunch menu to include a beautiful range of Sushi.
After the clothes were shown our staff offered guests our fabulous Crème Caramel Profiteroles, you simply can’t just eat one, lucky we’d made lots so everyone could have two!
deWintons London’s top party planning company served over 300 guests at the opening night of Opera Holland Park. ‘Friends of Opera Holland Park’ enjoyed chilled glasses of Prosecco and nibbles, while mingling with fellow guests who include lots of councillors from the Kensington and Chelsea council.
Test events for the FEI World Equestrian Games 2014 have started with the Royal Windsor Endurance ride which took place at the centuries old Windsor Great Park.
The deWintons team were privileged to be working at the Royal Windsor Horse Show again this year. We provided a full corporate catering package for the Dubai team, which was held over two days. The first day saw over 60 clients role in and out grazing on finger food buffets while testing out the course for the big race day.
On race day, our team were on site from 4.30am to be ready for the first riders to fuel up on our glorious buffet breakfasts, with live cooking stations, providing freshly made crossiants, egg white omelets to healthy mango and orange smoothies.
Once the riders and horse are on the course, a marathon 120 km circuit, the deWintons team are refreshing the buffets ready for the hungry riders and grooms who come in and out all day.
After 4 hours and 52 minutes it was very exciting to see Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Shaikh Nasser Bin Hamad Al Khalifa of Bahrain finish joint-winners.
Cheering them on from the Royal Box was His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, who also participated in the ride before he withdrew, Bahrain’s King Hamad Bin Eisa Al Khalifa, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
After just one weeks recovery the Dubai team were in Compiègne, France for the 2nd test event.
deWintons team arrived with a full procesion of trucks with all our delicous food, catering equipment, tables and chairs, waiting staff and full kitchen brigade of chefs, ready for a 72 hour shift to serve over 100 guests at the four day event. Even our florists made the trip out with a van full of stunning flowers.