Get your Christmas party off to a flying start with an hour of free cocktails and homemade nibbles.Read more
A rare opportunity has arisen to join the Payne and Gunter sales team. If you’re looking for your next role in a fast-paced and creative special events company, send us your CV today.
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Applicants should send their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 30th September.Read more
This year’s BRIT Awards marked a milestone anniversary for Payne and Gunter - 10 years as the official caterer!
Operations Director and Manager - Bethan James and Lucy Fulford have been at the helm since the beginning working tirelessly to create innovative dishes year on year....Read more
We came over all gooey and romantic on Valentines Day when we hosted our 'Loved Up' pop up restaurant at Madame Tussauds.
Guests enjoyed a cocktail and canape reception in the Hollywood party areas alongside some of silver screen's most iconic couples, before moving onto the World Stage for a sumptous three-course dinner.
After a busy year of events, we don't want to be slaving away in the kitchen for hours on end over Christmas. With this in mind, the Payne and Gunter Chef Team have created three deliciously warming recipes for you to recreate at home. With minimal effort, comes maximum comfort - enjoy the holidays!
We have launched our new event packages with some of our most exciting unique London venues, inducing; Madame Tussauds, Sea Life London Aquarium, the brand NEW London Dungeons, Science Museum, Natural History Museum, V&A Museum and National Maritime Museum.Read more
THE DELICATE SUMMER SQUASH
The courgette – or zucchini – is a delightfully diverse summer squash that’s delicious raw or cooked. Steamed, fried, grilled, stuffed and baked or sliced raw, added to a green salad and drizzled with French dressing, the courgette is also the main ingredient in ratatouille – the classic Mediterranean vegetable dish. It’s low in calories, contains no cholesterol or saturated fats and is a good source of dietary fibre. Its blossom tastes great toasted in batter and deep-fried.