Elevate Your Christmas Event at London's Most Prestigious Art Gallery . . . .
Celebrate your Christmas Party in exquisite style at one of London's most prestigious landmarks, the Mall Galleries, located on London's iconic mall.
Cooks & Partners are thrilled to partner with Mall Galleries to host your extraordinary evening event, ensuring it becomes an unforgettable experience. Behind the elegant facade lies a series of three interconnected gallery spaces, spanning over 450 square meters. These fully equipped spaces provide an unparalleled scale of dedicated exhibition and event areas, perfectly situated in this prime location.
Cooks & Partners have created a beautiful selection of menus for both standing canapé and bowl food receptions, as well as full seated dinners. Always using the very finest of locally sourced ingredients with vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options available to cater for all our clients’ needs.
For a standing reception, our spacious gallery areas provide ample room for guests to mingle, network, and enjoy the festivities. With a capacity of up to 300 people, you can create a vibrant and dynamic atmosphere for your Christmas celebration.
If you prefer a more intimate setting, Mall Galleries is well-equipped to host a seated dinner for up to 120 guests. Our team will work closely with you to arrange the seating plan and create an elegant dining experience that suits your needs. You can trust us to provide a comfortable and stylish environment for your guests to enjoy a memorable meal.
Whether you envision a bustling reception or an elegant, seated dinner, our team at Cooks & Partners, in collaboration with Mall Galleries, is dedicated to ensuring your evening event exceeds expectations.
Please download the PDF file below for full details of this exquisite Christmas Package including menus and venue details.
Contact our Events Team today to secure your preferred date and begin planning your Christmas party in sophisticated style:
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