Seasoned Events extends Daniel Clifford's "Exclusively" offering to Cutty Sark

20 March 2014 by
Seasoned Events extends Daniel Clifford's "Exclusively" offering to Cutty Sark

London wedding and event caterer Seasoned Events has extended the "Exclusively by Daniel Clifford" offer to the Cutty Sark.

The caterer has been listed as a preferred supplier at the Cutty Sark since May 2012 and is adding to its range of services at the venue, by using its partnership with Daniel Clifford, chef patron of the two-Michelin starred Midsummer House, Cambridge.

"Exclusively" was launched at Blenheim Palace in December last year. Daniel Clifford and the Seasoned Events team have previously worked together on a number of prestigious events and private weddings. However, the "Exclusively" concept formalises the arrangement and sees Clifford involved in the creation of the menu and helping to cook the food, as well as interacting and discussing the food with the guests at the event.

Clifford said: "While I have been working with Seasoned Events for many years as creative director; this new offering is completely different. I'm delighted to be able to work so closely with clients to create their menu. It's such a pleasure to be able to get to know their personal tastes and to create a Michelin-starred experience for their event."

Colin Sayers, managing director for Seasoned Events said: "Having Daniel involved with both our corporate and private client events brings another dimension to our sister company, The Perfect Wedding Company, which will offer engaged couples a Michelin-starred experienc

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