Celebrated Indian restaurateurs Cyrus and Pervin Todiwala, owners of London restaurant Café Spice Namasté, have teamed up with events caterer Moving Venue.
The new partnership will see the two companies cater for private and corporate events at more than 50 locations served by Moving Venues. It started last month with a very high profile lunch when Todiwala cooked lunch for the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh as the royal couple kick-started their Diamond Jubilee tour.
Commenting on the partnership, Cyrus said he and Pervin were thrilled to be formally working with Moving Venue. "It's perfect - they give us the logistical breadth and expertise that will allow us to concentrate on what Café Spice Namasté is great at, which is providing good, authentic and quite imaginative pan-Indian food. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership," he said.
Moving Venue managing director Richard Beggs added: "The synergy of Moving Venue's logistical expertise and Café Spice Namasté's rich, authentic culinary history offers an extraordinary partnership and new product offer to our clients and the venue's clients where we work. We love working with Cyrus and Pervin and their team and are in this for the long-haul."
By Kerstin Kühn
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