The award-winning Museum of London recently (29th October) collaborated with its street food catering partner, KERB, for a showcase event, with clients, agents and press invited to experience ‘how KERB makes London taste better’.
As part of the event, guests were able to explore the wide range of catering options from KERB, with offerings from Eat Chay, Only Jerkin’, Curry On Naanstop, Cyprus Kitchen and SE Cakery including drinks, canapes and street food. Brass band Dat Brass and a DJ provided entertainment throughout the evening.
Sarah McQueen, Assistant Head of Commercial Services at the Museum of London, commented: “We’re delighted to have KERB as one of our catering partners and can’t wait for guests to experience what they have to offer. We’ve recognised a growing trend in informal dining at events and the popularity of street food is definitely here to stay – we’re delighted that KERB are on board so clients now have a full range of catering options for their events at the Museum of London.”
Alana Buckley, Commercial Director at KERB, added: “We’re so excited to have partnered with the Museum of London for our first-ever showcase event at the museum. We used this opportunity to showcase the range of catering services that we can provide clients and there is no more versatile a venue than the Museum of London to help highlight our offering to clients.”