The new three year partnership bolsters Food by Dish’s existing portfolio of 25 unique and cultural venues across the capital and increases their contract venues side significantly. The full site agreement is undertaken through The King’s Fund, an independent Charity working to improve health and health care in England, which includes the Grade II-listed buildings at Cavendish Square, and encompasses the venues public facilities, The Green House Café and The Orangery.
As sole contract caterers, Food by Dish will launch initiatives and cater for events throughout the venue, including corporate parties, wedding receptions and dinners. In addition, Hannah Flood, Food by Dish sales and marketing director will work closely with the in-house sales team to increase sales revenue.
Nick James, managing director at Food by Dish comments: “We’re delighted to be working with No.11 Cavendish Square; our vision is to continue expanding the contract catering side of the business into 2016. This success is a positive start to the year and we’re looking forward to working with the team at No.11 Cavendish Square.”
Jonathan Morris, commercial director at No.11 Cavendish Square concludes: “I’m very excited to be working with Food by Dish, during the extensive tender process their expertise and commitment to hospitality and customer service made them the ideal partner to work with. The catering and sales support they will be able to offer, along with the plans we have to implement in the coming months, leave us with an exciting New Year to look forward to.”