Caterer Charlton House adds London law firm to its books

19 March 2008 by
Caterer Charlton House adds London law firm to its books

Contract caterer Charlton House has won a deal to caterer at City law firm Speechly Bircham's new corporate headquarters.

The deal, worth £600,000 in annual turnover over three years, will see 12 Charlton House staff provide a staff restaurant and hospitality services for more than 200 employees at the law firm.

Speechly Bircham will move into their new headquarters in Holborn in early May and in the meantime Charlton House has taken over hospitality services from current incumbent Restaurant Associates; Compass Group's fine dining arm.

Liz Cummins, Charlton House business development manager, said: "Our challenge on the hospitality side is to entice partners to bring client entertainment and fine dining back in-house."

"David Cavalier and his brigade of executive chefs will be making their mark by introducing Michelin style food, which will be on par if not better than commercial restaurants standards."

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By Chris Druce

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