Scottish catering firm Heritage Portfolio has secured contracts with UK attractions British Airways i360 in Brighton and Arley Hall & Gardens in Northwich, Cheshire (pictured).
Heritage Portfolio, which is part of the Centerplate group, was unable to reveal the contract values for the recent wins.
British Airways i360, due to open on Brighton Beach this summer, has already made its way into the record books with the title of the world's most slender tower. It has been designed by Marks Barfield Architects, the creators of the London Eye.
The contract will see Heritage Portfolio cater for a 400-seat brasserie and event rooms for up to 500 people at the 162m moving observation tower.
It will provide a range of options from light bites to fine dining and will also operate from a reconstructed 18th century toll booth tea rooms on the promenade.
At Arley Hall & Gardens the in-house Heritage Portfolio team will create a new café for garden visitors and will manage all event bookings.
Brian Canale, the executive development chef for Heritage Portfolio and Terry Price, director of culinary operations for Centerplate will be part of the team that will create the menus for the newly added attractions.
Canale said: "We will be developing unique and special menus using the best of local produce and we are particularly looking forward to working with Sussex produce champions Steven Edwards, former MasterChef: the Professionals winner, and his co-chef Josh Stanzl, who will be creating signature dishes as part of our offer on the south coast."