Upmarket caterer Searcys has won the contract for No. 11 Cavendish Square, a central London Grade II listed Georgian townhouse and events venue.
The firm's tenure begins in January 2020 and will cover the venue's six primary spaces, 24 meeting rooms and café for visitors and employees.
It will provide seasonal, home-grown and sustainably sourced produce on its food and drinks menus.
Matt Thomas the managing director of Searcys said: "We are delighted by the confidence No. 11 Cavendish Square has shown in appointing us. We are looking forward to providing the highest level of service to creating memorable events in these wonderful surroundings.
"Searcys events at this esteemed central London venue will showcase our chefs' artistry and attention to detail with bespoke menus using the finest, seasonal British ingredients."
No.11 Cavendish Square is owned by The King's Fund charity which aims to improve health care in the UK. All events hosted by Searcys at the site will help to support the fund.
Searcys is one of the first British event caterers, founded in 1847 by John Searcy. Now operated by BaxterStorey parent company WSH its sites include a brasserie and Champagne bar in Kings Cross St. Pancras, a restaurant in the Helix skyscraper and cafes and restaurants at two world heritage sites.