Harbour & Jones wins £1m Royal Society of Chemistry catering deal

19 August 2013 by
Harbour & Jones wins £1m Royal Society of Chemistry catering deal

Harbour & Jones (H&J) has signed a new £1m hospitality and event catering deal with the Royal Society of Chemistry.

The three-year deal at the organisation's central London home at Burlington House kicked off last month.

Head chef Alan Sosa, whose previous clients include EMI Records and the House of Parliament, has worked at the venue since January. He has already begun work with H&J to further refine the menu and emphasise the link between the society's chemistry roots and Sosa's molecular gastronomy.

Patrick Harbour, owner and director of H&J and Harbour & Jones Events, expressed delight at working with the Royal Society of Chemistry. "As their name suggests we will be including molecular gastronomy and chemistry-influenced items on the menu," he said.

"Another major part of our focus will be in enhancing the conference and working lunch menus to provide excellent value and consistency."

Other venues included in the Harbour & Jones Events portfolio include the Royal Society, Royal Academy of Engineering, RADA and the Academy of Medical Science.

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