Feast It to offer new Michelin-starred catering service

Booking platform Feast It is poised to launch a new catering and wedding service, in collaboration with some of London’s leading restaurants.

In a pioneering move from company founders Digby Vollrath and ex-Independent journalist Hugo Campbell, Feast It will provide customers with easy access to over 50 of the city’s restaurants and major brands for wedding and event catering, including Nobu, Lima and the Michelin-starred Pied à Terre.

This unique concept will allow consumers to organise formal, sit-down catering and canapés for any corporate event, wedding or party, choosing from the restaurants’ most celebrated dishes to create bespoke menus.

In addition to working with several Michelin venues, Feast It has agreements with London’s Bao, Oldroyd, Berber & Q and critically acclaimed supper clubs Dinner Ladies and Italian Supper Club.

Commenting on the new service, Feast It co-founder Digby Vollrath, said: “Being specialists in event catering and the London food scene in particular, this launch really signifies our growth and is a natural progression for us as a business.”

Restaurateur and owner of Pied à Terre, David Moore, added: “We’re incredibly excited to be partnering with Feast It and to be positioned among some of London’s finest restaurants with this new offering.

“This is a truly unique concept and we can’t wait to bring our dishes out of the restaurant, and onto the table at the city’s most exciting events and weddings.”

The firm was created in 2017 by childhood friends Hugo Campbell and Digby Vollrath. It now works with over 650 of the country’s most exclusive food and drink outlets, and 50 of London’s top destinations from Michelin-starred restaurants to major brands like Mr Fogg’s and Crosstown Doughnuts.

In 2018, the company organised catering for over three million people at weddings, private parties and company events across the UK, including celebrity clients Tom Cruise, Lewis Hamilton and Anne Hathaway.

Feast It’s former corporate clients have included Disney, Facebook, Amazon, The Financial Times and Warner Bros.

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