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Royal Horticultural Halls launches its catering list

With the ever-increasing popularity of Asian cuisine whether it’s live street food or fine dining, the Royal Horticultural Halls has launched its accredited caterer list to cover the hottest aspects of this vibrant continent.

Lorraine Thorne, venue sales manager said “It’s important to us that we can offer clients the best suppliers in every way. Our new list ensures that we can deliver a variety of authentic Asian dishes for every style of event from exhibitions and conferences to weddings and parties.”

Ragasaan’s menus are inspired by a wide range of cultures including Indo-Chinese and fusion dishes to as far as Africa.

Preeti specialises in flavours from the Punjab and Gujarat, whilst MAZAA focusses on the sub-continent.

High end caterer Payal, which has featured on many TV shows, can turn its hand to whatever flavours and styles clients demand from this rich continent, and their creative menus reflect this talent.

Raj Somaiya, managing director, Payal Events said: “We are proud to be working with the Royal Horticultural Halls’ amazing spaces for large events, it’s such a rarity in Central London! We look forward to holding some incredible events with our traditional and fusion menus.”

Shellin Taneja, managing director, MAZAA said: “our focus on creativity and quality along with our modern approach to Indian subcontinent fusion cooking complements the prestige of Royal Horticultural Halls. We are thrilled to have been selected as an approved catering partner of this unique and iconic venue in the heart of London.”

The Lindley Hall has the capacity to host receptions for up to 650 or seated guests for up to 480. Around the corner the Lawrence Hall can host a reception for up to 1,500 or 900 seated guests, making the halls a popular choice for all kinds of large scale events.