Taking advantage of the venue’s outdoor terrace, with unbeatable views across the Thames, the BBQ can be fired up for private and corporate events as a fun and informal alternative to a sit-down dinner.
The food is cooked by The Deck’s chefs and features dishes such as roasted free range Caldecott White Rock chicken marinated in garlic and lemon; harissa cauliflower burger with baba ghanoush; and seabass baked in banana leaf seasoned with Thai spices, served with cucumber and pineapple sambal.
Flatbreads are also available and include mouth-watering fillings such as Moroccan slow-roasted lamb meshwi and vegan charred aubergine with fig and miso vinaigrette. Alongside this feast, guests can enjoy an array of salads and sides.
The al fresco experience is completed with The Deck’s cocktail menu featuring summer staples such as Pimms and Aperol Spritz plus the venue’s signature sip Skyline; a refreshing mix of Hendrick’s gin, St Germaine, Noilly Pratt, Fever Tree soda and cucumber.
Since its launch last summer, The Deck at the National Theatre has quickly become the venue of choice for London event planners looking for a flexible, modern space with brilliant views and facilities.
Set within one of London’s most iconic Brutalist buildings, the National Theatre offers a seriously cool setting for summer events. Stark urban architecture and statement concrete backdrops are gorgeously juxtaposed with the sleek, contemporary interiors. Sliding glass doors allow the event space to open up onto the terrace, flooding the entire venue with natural light and showcasing panoramic views of the London skyline.