150 people came down to our partner venue Motel Studios in September 2019, where we hosted an awesome evening for clients and friends. Seven of our top suppliers were there, with delicious food and drinks flowing all evening.
Guests were truly spoilt for choice, with a broad selection of food and drinks available, ranging from espresso martinis to a sea-food tower. Our amazing food suppliers included Vietvan, Cue Point, Feast and Social, Pan N Ice and Crosstown Doughnnuts.
Vietvan specialises in fresh, high quality and incredibly flavoursome Vietnamese food, and the founders travel to Vietnam once a year to work alongside chefs and pick up the best tricks of the trade out there. As you can imagine, their food went down a storm with our guests! Cue Point are an all time favourite with our team. They've revolutionised barbequeing as we know it, slow cooking meat with recipes from around the globe. Their steak had people coming back for thirds!
Feast and Social are also legendary amongst our team, serving globally-inspired dishes that look as great as they taste. Their sea-food tower was certainly something most of us hadn't seen before! If anyone had any space left after all that, Pan N Ice and Crosstown Doughnuts were there armed with a specialised doughnut wall and innovative ice cream rolls that made your mouth water just to look at.
Kuka Coffee and Beetle Juice were serving a range of drinks all evening. Kuka Coffee's espresso martinis were the talk of the town, and Beetle Juice are experts at creating exquisite cocktails from the inside of their converted retro VW campervans.
We were also very lucky to be gifted some incredible products to go in the guests' tote bags, to make sure no-one went home empty handed. These included Punchy Drinks, Belazu's harissa pots, pitta chips from our friends at Soffles, Dash Water and ManiLife peanut butter (considered amongst many to be the best peanut butter you can get your hands on). It didn't stop there, Fever Tree's sent us over their brand new bottled G&Ts, whilst our team's favourite chocolate brand Tony's Chocolonely plied us with bars and NICE's wine in a can topped it off. A pretty good haul!