Food and drink is a wonderful way of bringing people together.
It’s a given that the service needs to be great and the food really tasty but how do you maximise the opportunity and make your group meal memorable and amazing?
It should be a meal that you’ve got to get your camera out for.
You might even need to tweet about it or get it on Facebook.
And you’ll certainly want to record it in your memory banks.
Special can come in all different shapes and sizes. It may be special because you’re celebrating a big milestone at work, or it might have been served up by a famous chef.
Or you ordered THAT bottle of wine?
For us, doing special is about getting hands-on and creative. About bringing people together with a new experience. Where surprises and fun are two of the vital ingredients.
You don’t need to go overboard – but a little sprinkle can really lift a dish…
How about getting hands-on with a nitro ice cream or uncorking your own wine in the Rob Higgs corkscrew? Or you could try preparing your own coffee in the Japanese coffee siphons or using dry ice sugar lumps in Aunty Elsie’s lab.
Perhaps it’s about finding Winston Churchill’s favourite tipple in an RAF suitcase in the middle of your team-build? Or how about stepping up to the Elsewhere BBQ, complete with hanging grill and a view to die for?
For us getting hands-on and creative not only does what we’re looking for…
…it’s also a lot more photogenic than a bit of chicken on a plate :)