Payne & Gunter reveals rebrand

28 November 2016 by
Payne & Gunter reveals rebrand

London event caterer Payne & Gunter has launched its new look with the strapline ‘London's Originals' to reflect the company's history, which dates back to 1786.

The rebrand includes an updated crest featuring a pineapple directly referencing the original logo, as well as newly designed website with messaging focusing on the firm's heritage.

Bethan James, director of Payne & Gunter, said: "We have an incredible heritage, driven by creating great events since 1786.

Head chef John Brodie, added: "We might be London's Originals, but my team is working hard on using modern cooking techniques to create memorable, classic British dishes with a twist - the key ingredient of any successful event."

The firm's new look comes ahead of a new collection of menus created by a selection of UK chefs, with dishes available from spring next year.

In 2017, Payne& Gunter will also mark its 13th consecutive year catering for the Brit Awards. The event, which will be held at the O2, will involve serving 3,000 guests in 75 minutes.

Payne & Gunter caters for a range of corporate events, awards, private parties and social occasions. It is a recommended caterer at venues such as the Natural History Museum, Trinity House, the Roundhouse and the O2.

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