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National Portrait Gallery catering contract out to tender

11 January 2013 by
National Portrait Gallery catering contract out to tender


The National Portrait Gallery is seeking expressions of interest for the catering operations at the London visitor attraction.

High end operator Searcys has held the contract for the last 13 years. It was most recently renewed for a further five years in a deal that was reported to be worth £15m.

Following a competitive tender process, the successful caterer will operate the Portrait restaurant, and Portrait café at the gallery.

It will also be includes on a list of approved caterers for hospitality at the venue.

Caterers will be shortlisted on the basis of demonstrating the successful operation of these services delivered to "exceptionally high standards" in iconic venues,

For more details, visit Caterer and Hotelkeeper's up to date list of tender opportunities.

By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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