Rhubarb walks away from Fenwick contract

07 April 2016 by
Rhubarb walks away from Fenwick contract

Event caterer Rhubarb has decided not to renew its contract with Fenwick for the in-store restaurant Bond & Brook at the Bond Street store in London.

The Caterer understands Rhubarb, which has been running Bond & Brook since August 2010, plans to focus on a number of new ventures and locations.

The all-day restaurant, located on the second floor, currently operates during the store's opening hours. It includes a cocktail bar and library of fashion books.

Bond & Brook represents the first project, from conception to completion, by Rhubarb and consultancy firm A Private View, the partnership of Evening Standard restaurant critic Fay Maschler and journalist and broadcaster Simon Davis.

Rhubarb operates in a number of visitor attractions across the capital including the Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street, the Royal Albert Hall, Saatchi Gallery, Heathrow Terminal 3 and Terminal 5, London City Airport and Royal Ascot Racecourse.

The group recently won a £60m contract for the catering operation at the Goodwood Estate in West Sussex. The five-year deal started on 16 March, when Rhubarb took over from Compass Group, which held the contract for more than 25 years.

A spokesperson from Fenwick was currently unable to confirm plans for the restaurant.

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