A hospitality group has unveiled a raft of new contracts and award wins.
Client wins for Levy Restaurants UK include a five-year catering contract to design and manage a wide range of cafes and event spaces at three Imperial War Museum branches; IWM Duxford; Churchill War Rooms; and HMS Belfast and the public and event catering contract for KidZania London, the UK’s first educational entertainment experience at Westfield London.
Contract extensions for 2015 include a new ten year partnership with Excel London, a five-year extension with Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC), and renewed partnerships with the Ricoh Arena and Sheffield United.
The executive culinary team has been strengthened with the appointment of four sector specific culinary directors, working across stadia, leisure venues, Jockey Club Catering, conference centres and arenas. The team also works together on new menus, concept developments and innovations across Levy Restaurants UK’s portfolio.
Alongside the significant commercial success, Levy Restaurants UK has refreshed its Leith’s brand.
November saw Cheltenham Racecourse launch one of 2015’s biggest investments in UK sport, The Princess Royal Stand, featuring major innovations in public catering and state of the art entertaining areas for hospitality clients, racehorse owners and trainers.
Colin Bailey, managing director for Levy Restaurants UK, said: “Robust insights, strategic planning, bespoke solutions and thorough execution coupled with constant innovation are at the heart of our success”, says . “As we look forward to 2016 we will continue to invest in, and showcase, our customer-centric approach which enables us to create legendary experiences for our guests.”