Off with their breads! KUDOS Delivered joins historic Bakers Hall

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Office and events caterer KUDOS Delivered has announced that it has earned a place on the preferred caterer list at Bakers Hall, the second oldest livery company in the City of London.

Situated between the Monument and the Tower of London, Bakers Hall is home of the Worshipful Company of Bakers, whose origins trace back over 800 years. The Company continues to be closely involved with the baking trade, and a high proportion of its 360 members are Allied Traders and Master Bakers, including The Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry, who was made a liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Bakers in 2014.

KUDOS Delivered has earned a reputation as one of the capital’s leading venue caterers over the last 20 years and offers a flexible price solution for all venues with limited or no kitchen facilities.

Eva Garrett, general manager at KUDOS Delivered, said: “We had a fantastic tasting with the Beadle and acting Clerk from Bakers Hall recently, at which we presented them with our lunch selection, afternoon tea and hot buffet foods; which included a selection of artisan breads and hot pies made with locally sourced ingredients.

“We didn’t stop there however, we knew we had to bring out the big guns when it came to baking as the one and only Mary Berry was part of the company! So we created a mouth-watering array of homemade cakes and bakes which the team at Bakers Hall really enjoyed.”

Neil Fletcher, beadle at Bakers Hall, added: “For the acting Clerk and I here at the Worshipful Company of Bakers, the provenance and standard of breads is important to us. Kudos Delivered provided quality products with a very good selection of fresh sandwiches, as well as some fantastically produced and presented cakes and pies. We will be very happy using Kudos Delivered in the future.”

Bakers Hall features three event spaces: The Main Hall, The Court Room and The Charter Gallery.

Martin Fullard


Martin Fullard

Martin Fullard is the Deputy Editor at Conference News. Formerly a web editor at a national newspaper in the Middle East and motoring journalist.

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