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05/17 FOODIE WEEKEND IN ST MAWES
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Charlie has recently returned from a long weekend in St Mawes brimming with tales of gastronomy, art and the great British coastline - Here he shares his 5 recommendations for an idyllic foodie getaway with The Rocketeer.

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Jump on the train or hit the M5 and head to the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall and enjoy a weekend of food, art galleries and stunning coastal walks.  5 Top tips: 1. Tresanton Hotel St Mawes: stylish hotel and restaurant. Go for the fabulous set lunch menu and take a table on the terrace overlooking the estuary www.tresanton.com/ 2. Idle Rocks: perfect for a sun-downer G&T. www.idlerocks.com  3. The Hidden Hut: a wonderful coastal walk from St Mawes to Portscatho (or vice versa) you'll stumble over an enchanting lunch spot www.hiddenhut.co.uk/  4. Driftwood: Hotel: a 1* Michelin restaurant, secluded location with private beach www.driftwoodhotel.co.uk. 5.  Portscatho: uncover the boutique art galleries before having taking in the view a wall and enjoy take away fish n chips, from The Atlantic Fryer van www.cornishfishandchips.co.uk

03/17 "ON THE GRILL" LOUISA ADAMSON
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Part of a series of interviews with people from different parts of the company. Louisa Adamson is the newest member of our team. Read about what it's like when you start at Rocket HQ and Louisa's tips for throwing a party... 

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TR: You’ve been at Rocket 6 weeks now, how are you finding it?

LA: First impressions are great! It's a really friendly and dynamic team and a lovely working environment – Everyone is very supportive of each other. 

 

TR: Tell us a bit about your foodie pedigree…

LA: I’m from Scotland so I like meat, steak in particular.

My family is from Brechin Montrose, home of Aberdeen Angus, so we’ve grown up on it, and game from the local shoots. We grow a lot of vegetables at home and Dad fishes for trout and salmon in the river at the end of the garden so I’ve had quite a foodie upbringing.

After university, I trained as a Chef and when I cook I'm very ingredients led; I love Herne Hill food market – its just round the corner from where I live and does amazing organic produce. At home if I have people round, I’ll cook something like a lamb tagine ahead of time and then do some home made flat breads and lovely salads.

 

TR: Where were you before?

LA: I’ve always had a passion for food and events. My Dad used to manage the Edinburgh Hilton so I was always fascinated by the hospitality industry.

I then helped set up Spook Cooking; the first few months were spent in the kitchen, developing menus and recipe testing. I then moved into business development and event management and was there for around 3 years. I loved what I was doing, but I wanted to be working with bigger clients on bigger events and in more venues so from there I went to Urban Caprice where I was an event manager for 10 months looking after HRP and working on property clients and private parties. I left in January to come to Rocket!

 

TR: What’s the best thing you’ve eaten at Rocket so far?

 LA: The carved sirloin of beef with cep purée, charred hispi cabbage and crispy potato scrolls – rich, full flavoured and delicious. Right up my street.

TR: What are you working on at the moment?

LA: I’ve been researching for two events at the V&A for the opening of the Balenciaga  fashion exhibition.1950s and 60s style with influences from Basque, San Sebastian and Paris. I’ve been inspired by Jose Pizarro’s BASQUE recipe book!

And I’m working on a Wild Rocket wedding in Ireland in June in the grounds of a castle. We’re using all local suppliers and the look is stripped back elegance - understated luxury and home comforts.

 

TR: What do you get up to when you’re not at work?

LA: A lot of running! Last weekend I did a half marathon in Wimbledon and was the 2nd girl across the line. And socialising – I am lucky to have a good network of school and uni friends  all living in London.

 

TR: What was the last party you threw?

LA: A New Years eve party at home in Scotland. Guests flew up from London for 3 days. On New Year we ate local smoked mackerel pate, followed by local Aberdeen Angus beef Wellington and Apple terrine with apple and calvados cream for pudding. After dinner, we lit a bonfire and partied til the early hours with lots of cocktails. For the rest of the time we went on walks, had pub lunches and relaxed at home in the country.

TR: And finally, what’s your top tip for a great party?

LA: Get organised! Do as much as you can ahead of time!

20/03 MOTHER'S DAY AT THOMAS'S
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Treat your Mum to a very special British afternoon tea this Sunday, complete with a glass of Nyetimber rosé.

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Afternoon tea at Burberry's all day cafe Thomas's is a celebration of British tradition. It includes finger sandwiches, quintessentially British cakes and biscuits and your choice of home made scones, crumpets or toasted tea cakes from the in-store aga. Tea is served with unlimited pots of Lalani & Co 2014 second-flush grande reserve darjeeling.

Thomas's, Burberry, 121 Regent Street, London

020 3159 1410

Afternoon tea with a glass of Nyetimber rosé is £32pp

15/03 INTRODUCING INGREDIENTS: SECRET SMOKEHOUSE
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Once you've stumbled upon Secret Smokehouse, buried deep in Stepney's railway arches, it's impossible not to fall for Scotsman Max Bergius' sublime smoked salmon and trout.

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Max's passion for smoked fish is not what you'd expect from a someone with a background in the high-octane world of F1.  But his secret is simple -  he only uses the very finest raw ingredients from small, privately owned farms and he doesn't try to do anything clever or innovative to them, he just sticks to the classic London cure, which has been the same for over a century. 

www.secretsmokehouse.co.uk

01/03 SPRING EXHIBITION DIARY
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Back in the Autumn, we waxed lyrical about the extraordinary glut of blockbuster exhibitions in London's galleries. Well that trend looks set to continue as the spring and summer seasons are positively burgeoning with big names. Here are a selected few, just to whet your appetite. 

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Opened on 7th Feb - A must-see 60 year retrospective of David Hockney is pulling in the crowds at Tate Britain. On 9th March, the British Museum opens The American Dream: Pop to the Present and the following week at The National Gallery,  Michelangelo and Sebastiano will be on show from 15th March.
Heading into Summer, The V&A hosts the eagerly anticipated Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains - opening on 13th May. And finally,  on 13th June, the Royal Academy opens its doors to the 249th Summer Exhibition.


Image credit: David Hockney, Peter Getting Out of Nick's Pool, 1966, Acrylic on canvas, 84 x 84", Collection Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool © David Hockney Photo Credit: Richard Schmidt

02/03 EXPERIENTIAL DAYTIME CATERING
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Rocket's experience of providing first class service and representing global brands is second to none thanks to years of exemplary Formula One hospitality and more recently at Thomas's cafe in Mayfair.

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This experience teamed with the creativity we bring to all our events positions us perfectly to provide exciting and innovative daytime catering. We offer healthy, imaginative menus presented with interest and style, and served by our own Rocket team. Get in touch to discuss your next event and in the meantime, check out some of our ideas for daytime catering here and see our top venues for daytime events here 

22/02 LAUNCH OF ROCKET SPRING MENUS
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Our chefs have been hard at work developing some outrageously delicious dishes for our Spring menus. 

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Inspired by the current trend for combining our native British ingredients with global influences, highlights on the new menu include Sussex lamb teamed with chick pea panisse and golden sultana spiced butter, and Cornish sea bass with a vibrant coriander and kaffir lime dressing...yum!

Pictured: Yellow fin tuna tartar, carpaccio of mouli, oriental mushrooms and ponzu dressing

21/02 THOMAS'S CAFE POPPING UP
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Don’t miss the opportunity to visit Burberry’s spectacular pop-up-show-cum-café at Maker’s House, open this week only.

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It’s a rare opportunity to see the public unveiling of Burberry’s latest collections fresh from the catwalk, and to relax and enjoy a wonderful selection of British artisanal food and drink.

It’s open 10am-9pm, Tuesday 21st – Monday 27th February. We’d love to see you there.

1 Manette Street, W1D 4AT

Preview the menu here

01/02 WILD ROCKET
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Wild Rocket is an exciting new branch of Rocket which has been created for those occasions that demand a more casual approach to dining.

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Forget dainty canapés and Michelin stars - this is all about effortless style, characterful, instinctive service and spectacularly good food. Sometimes simplicity is the hardest thing to achieve, but Wild Rocket manages it.
See a Wild Rocket menu - here
Follow Wild Rocket on Instagram - here

01/02 TOUCHES OF ORIGINALITY
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This is the fun stuff. At Rocket we're brimming with inexpensive ideas that will make your wedding day slightly different, the things that your guests will never forget. 

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So whether you like the idea of a wandering oyster-shucker, a jamonero carving Iberico ham during your reception, or circulating miniature coupettes of espresso martini after dinner,  our ideas can just keep on coming. 
We've included just a few of them here.

19/01 SPRING SUMMER MENUS
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Our Chefs have been busy. Our 2017 Spring/Summer menus are in their final development stages and will be ready to share with you very soon. Contact us to be first to receive them.

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12/21 A CHRISTMAS CONFECTION
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Delicious French glacé fruits adorn the top of Rocket’s traditional recipe Christmas cake. A great alternative way to decorate your cake and easily recreated at home.

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Simply buy your choice of French glacé fruits* (we've used pears, morello cherries, figs, mandarins and oranges). Warm some Seville marmalade to melt and brush a generous layer onto the cake. Cut the fruit in halves or slices and arrange. 
* Available from a number of gourmet food suppliers including Fortnum & Mason and Country Products

12/15 A CHRISTMAS DAY CANAPÉ
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We believe Hansen & Lydersen to be the best smoked salmon in the world from one of the last family run fish farms. Equally wonderful served simply with soda bread and butter, or with your scrambled eggs for breakfast.

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It is sourced from a sustainable farm in the extreme wilderness between the Norwegian Sea and the North Atlantic, and lovingly cured in their Stoke Newington smokehouse with a unique blend of juniper and beech wood for an intensely delicious flavour.

12/16 THE ROCKETEER'S ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CHRISTMAS DRINKING
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At Christmas, the Rocketeer plans his liquid refreshment extremely carefully. He approaches his drinks cabinet on Christmas morning with all the excitement of a child opening their stocking. This year he's pencilled in a number of drinks that don't get out very often and there are a few gaps - no Fino or Madeira on the list yet - but he'll be keeping an eye out for those as the big day approaches.

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1. Hayman's Sloe Gin - to be kept in a coat pocket for frosty walks. Must be paired with a warm sausage roll (kept in the other pocket)
2. Stolichnaya - for the Bloody Marys after the walk
3. 2015 Alvarinho Contacto, Anselmo Mendes - deliciously fresh white for general quaffing to be alternated with
4. 2015 Secateurs Chenin Blanc, A.A. Badenhorst - another general purpose quaffer - richer and more tropical than the above
5. Frerejean Freres Blanc des Blancs - smart fizz for the smoked salmon canapes on the big day
6. 2010 Meursault 1er Cru Le Poruzot-Dessus, Remi Jobard - classic white burgundy for those who prefer white with the turkey
7. 2015 Morgon "Hommage", Chateau de Durette - This juicey Beaujolais cru from Tom at The Vintner will be the ideal match for the big bird (just go easy on the cranberry sauce)
8. "El Candado" Pedro Ximinez, Valdespino - Christmas pud/mince pies in a glass
9. 2013 "Les Clos de Paulilles" Banyuls  (very lightly chilled) - no vintage port in the cellar, so this will come in handy when facing the Stichelton
10. Eagle Rare Kentucky Bourbon - for that pick-me-up whisky sour when the crowd start to flag
11. Portobello Road Gin - to get Granny through it all

If you would like to avail yourself of a similarly well-stocked Christmas Drinks Cabinet, please email The Rocketeer on parties@rocketfood.com

12/08 BOXING DAY SPICED ORANGES
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Adapted from a Carved Angel recipe where Caroline cut her teeth, this dish will make a very special addition to your Christmas table. Particularly delicious with cold meats and game, it has all the smells and flavours synonymous with the festive season.

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Make it now and it will be perfect with your Boxing Day lunch! Follow the recipe here

12/06 WINTER MENU AT THOMAS'S
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There is a new seasonal menu at Thomas's café, featuring takeovers by guest chefs until the end of December.

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You'll find British classics including Winter cakes, mince pies, soups and puddings alongside the signature Lobster and chips and Afternoon tea from the aga.

Thomas's Café, 5 Vigo Street, London W1S 3HA

+44 (0)20 3159 1410
11/16 DANIEL SMITH AT THOMAS'S
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On December 1st, Burberry’s all-day café Thomas’s, will host an evening with guest Chef, Daniel Smith. Diners will be able to experience a bespoke menu, created by Daniel which will be available for one night only.

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Daniel is winner of The Observer Food Monthly "young chef of the year 2016” award and is sous chef at Isaac McHale’s multi-award-winning Clove Club, inside the former Shoreditch Town Hall. 

The five course menu inspired by the best of British seasonal produce, will include Scottish Langoustine, Cornish Bass, Pheasant Broth and Hereford Beef, with Honey Tart.

Date: Thursday 1st December

Time: 7pm

Place: Thomas's, 5 Vigo Street, London, W1S 3HA

Price: £65 excluding beverages

Bookings: 020 3159 1410

11/16 CHRISTMAS IS NEARLY UPON US!
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Menus at Rocket are starting to turn festive with the season's finest ingredients being delivered to our kitchens daily. 

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Our creative team have been incorporating rich colours and aromatics into some exciting presentation ideas for the party season so if you're planning a Christmas celebration, you need look no further! See our Christmas menus here

08/16 MEET OUR SUPPLIER - ELISA SESTI, CASTELLO DI ARGIANO
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With the immense Caravaggio exhibition about to arrive at the National Gallery, we thought we should add to our portfolio of Italian wines.

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The Rocketeer had tasted Sesti wines before, so on a recent trip to Tuscany, he seized the opportunity to visit Elisa Sesti at her beautiful family estate, Castello di Argiano.

Elisa gave a wonderful tour of the estate, porcupines, wild boar and all, before retreating to the cool of the cellars to taste some of her latest releases. Thanks to a unique position on the southern slopes of Montalcino and the passion of Elisa and her father, the great astrologer Giuseppe, these wines are wonderful expressions of the sangiovese grape. We are now stocking their delicious 2014 Rosso di Montalcino and the 2011 Brunello - and would seriously recommend ordering the veal chop to go with them.

08/16 MALTBY STREET MARKET
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Nestled under the arches on Ropewalk, Bermondsey SE1 is the Maltby Street Market. Go with a friend or two (as sharing allows for more tasting) and most essentially perform a parade lap to get your barings before launching into a food lovers journey of brilliant British purveyors.

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Some highlights:

40 Maltby Street for small plates and organic wines www.40maltbystreet.comLittle Bird for morning bloody Mary's or afternoon G&T's www.littlebirdgin.com and Monty’s Deli if pastrami and salt beef is your thing www.montys-deli.com. However if you like London smoked salmon then try Hansen-Lydersen, www.hansen-lydersen.com it’s what we serve on our seafood stalls. Take a camera and prepare for foodie enthusiasm; it will make your weekend.

Maltby St Market, Ropewalk, London SE1 3PA, open Saturday 9am-4pm and Sunday 11am-4pm www.maltby.st/

 

07/16 DRINK OF THE MONTH: SMOKING VIOLET
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A firm favourite among the Rocket events team, this delicious Summer cocktail balances smoked vodka with refreshing elderflower and violet.

Follow the recipe here.

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07/16 HIDDEN GEMS IN VENICE
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After a surprise gastronomic weekend in Venice, Kate shares her foodie finds and cultural favourites with The Rocketeer.

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Navigate your way through the back streets of Venice and you will find Corte Sconta, a highly recommended and renowned seafood restaurant famed for its inventive menu and vine-covered courtyard. Seafood antipasti, home-made pasta, clams zinging with the hot citrus like taste of ginger and prawn and courgette linguini with an earthy dash of saffron were firm menu favourites.

 

Take a trip in the morning to Venice’s bustling Rialto Market. Having whet appetites for seven centuries the stalls of the Pescaria offer  glistening mountains of moscardini (baby octopus), moeche (soft-shell crabs), and inky seppie (squid) and seasonal vegetables Sant’Erasmo castraure (baby artichokes) and radicchio trevisano (bitter red chicory) at the neighbouring produce stands.

The prefect lunch spot is found at Antiche Carampagne Nestled hidden away from the tourist trail in San Paolo ‘you don’t arrive by chance’. This family run Venetian trattoria was brimming with locals chatting away whilst enjoying specialities such as spaghetti in cassopipa (spaghetti in a spicy shellfish sauce) and grilled sea scallops with smoked burrata, black summer truffle and green beans. We didn’t want to leave and we didn’t, for very a long while!

 

Aside from all things gastronomic soak up some culture and head to the Penny Guggenheim Museum for the most exquisite collection of 20th Century Art and Musica a Palazzo for the most intimate opera experience ever created.

 

A truly heavenly cultural and gastronomic weekend in Venice which will never be forgotten!

06/16 WILD ROCKET
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Did you know that Rocket has an offshoot called Wild Rocket?

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We're going back to our roots with this delicious and affordable alternative for country weddings, summer fun days, feasts, festivals and pop-ups. Think simple, delicious food, carafes of wine (and of course, delightful staff) served naturally and without unnecessary fuss.

Wild Rocket has been trotting the globe for menu inspiration and cooking techniques.

We're gearing up for all kinds of outdoor extravaganzas this summer with our new wood grill and the various techniques we've been honing for the new Wild Rocket menus. Every menu will showcase the most seasonal ingredients at their sizzling best.

See our menu taster here

Follow us on Instagram here

Call us to talk about your Wild Rocket event: 0207 622 2320

06/16 ANNOUNCING THE ARRIVAL OF OUR AUTUMN/WINTER MENUS 2016
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While most of us are still waiting for summer to start, our team of chefs have been busy putting the finishing touches to our Autumn/Winter menus. 

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We work closely with suppliers and for next season we have been particularly inspired by the superb ewe's milk cheese Lord of the Hundreds and the succulent and sweet Eastleach organic pork.

Email us for your copy 

01/06/16 THE ROCKETEER IN SEVILLE
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Charlie recently spent a long weekend wandering the narrow streets of Seville sampling the famous Jerez and local eateries. Here he shares his top tapas tips with The Rocketeer.

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Seek out Casa Morales (Calle García de Vinuesa) where manzanella is best accompanied by a Mortaditos (a type of sandwich) or pull up a chair street-side at Alvaro Peregil (Calle Mateos Gago) and watch the world go by in Barrio Santa Cruz ordering small plate after small plate. But if you want to move away from traditional Andalusian tapas, there are a number of restaurants that are worth checking-out, booking ahead is advised.

First port of call might be Le Petit Comite (Calle Dos de Mayo) which is packed full of young Sevillanos tucking into racion of anchovies, battered and dipped in minted aioli, and artichokes with iberico ham – fabulous indigenous ingredients given a modern twist.

For a taste of the contemporary then try Torres y Garcia (Calle Harinas), whether its Seville doing Shoreditch or the other way around, the food and atmosphere has a buzz of the here and now, the marriage of South American and Asian flavours: try the Vietnamese spring rolls or the squid ceviche.

If you're looking for a place for lunch, then try El Pinton (Calle Francos), a restaurant set in a stunning tiled courtyard.  Start with a bloody gazpacho and then tuck into creamy burrata, a calamari sandwich and the croquettes – in my humble opinion, the best in town.


Buen provecho!

05/05/16 DRINK OF THE MONTH: COMMONWEALTH COCKTAIL
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We recommend you dust off your cocktail shakers and try this recipe from our drinks guru, Johan Svensson at the incomparable Drinks Fusion, at home for a Friday evening treat. Follow the recipe here

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01/04/16 ROCKET LAUNCHES BOLD NEW LOOK
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When Rocket was launched 15 years ago, Michael and Caroline were the bright young things on the catering scene. The  company name was always suggestive of boundless energy and a fresh approach, and the bright green Rocket leaf was the emblem that embodied the vitality of our food.

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Fast forward to the Rocket of today and with thousands of events behind us, we still hold dear the same core values the company was founded upon, but we’re a better-established, more confident outfit with a client list that speaks for itself. It’s time to bring the Rocket brand up to date, to reflect our place in the market and the values we share with our clients. The new brand is more luxurious than the old-style logo; deliberately bold, playful and eye-catching. The new, multi-coloured vans are particularly fetching - they look like a new kind of artwork  when they’re parked up outside the V&A in all their different colours. We’re very grateful to the team at Here Design, who have have been so patient with us during the process.

10/01/16 ROCKET STARTS WORKING WITH NEW CHAMPAGNE HOUSE
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We’re delighted to announce a new relationship with a thrilling new Champagne house – Champagne Frerejean Frères.

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We recently met Rodolphe Frerejean-Taittinger, who launched Champagne Frerejean Frères in the East facing Côte des Blancs, where the grapes are mostly white, with his brothers Guillaume and Richard only 8 years ago.  (Their pedigree in the region dates back to the 18th Century when their ancestors were Hussars, gallantly defending Champagne against the Prussians.)

The FJF vineyards have Premier Cru status, thanks to the superior quality of the grapes, and every bottle is aged for between 5 and 7 years on the lees, giving the wines terrific balance, body and richness. As a Premier Cru Champagne, the Brut NV is considerably better than an entry level champagne but we’re delighted to be able to offer it to our clients as our standard house champagne. We will also be stocking the delicious Blanc des Blancs and the FJF prestige label, Cuvée des Hussards Blanc des Blancs 2007.

We’ve already had lots of positive comments from clients and guests at tastings and events, so we’re confident this irresistible champagne is going to stand out from the crowd. Santé!

09/05 STAR STUDDED OPENING NIGHT OF PINK FLOYD
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Bob Geldof KBE, Brian May, Nick Mason and Noel Gallagher were among the famous faces at the V&A on Tuesday evening celebrating the opening of the Pink Floyd exhibition 'Their Mortal Remains'

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When doors opened at 6.45pm sharp, the queueing guests flooded into The Dome to trays of Champagne and Apple Mockitos. The Pink Floyd theme ran through every element of the event design with bespoke canapé trays designed for the party.

The exhibition, which marks the 50th anniversary of the band's first album, opens on Saturday and runs until 1st October.

Bob Geldof KBE, Brian May, Nick Mason and Noel Gallagher were among the famous faces at the V&A on Tuesday evening celebrating the opening of the Pink Floyd exhibition 'Their Mortal Remains'

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When doors opened at 6.45pm sharp, the queueing guests flooded into The Dome to trays of Champagne and Apple Mockitos. The Pink Floyd theme ran through every element of the event design with bespoke canapé trays designed for the party.

The exhibition, which marks the 50th anniversary of the band's first album, opens on Saturday and runs until 1st October.

20/04 ROCKET HOSTS HOCKNEY PRIVATE VIEW PARTY
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Rocket partnered with Tate Britain to host the latest in our series of Private Views, this time with the 60 year David Hockney retrospective. 

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The event design paid homage to David Hockney's use of colour and perspective throughout his career. Native ingredients took centre stage at a food stall featuring Hay-smoked Wylye trout and Evesham asparagus while colourful canapés from Rocket's Spring menus circulated. Hockney's career also provided the inspiration to the drinks which were

created by our talented friends from Drinks Fusion. Miniature Spring garden desserts ensured the party was a riot of colour. Ollie, the Rocket house DJ, provided the sound track.

Special thanks go to the team at Tate, Event Concept, Veevers Carter, Drinks Fusion and Blackwall Hire. #rocketprivateviews


Photo credit: Lara Arnott

Rocket partnered with Tate Britain to host the latest in our series of Private Views, this time with the 60 year David Hockney retrospective. 

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The event design paid homage to David Hockney's use of colour and perspective throughout his career. Native ingredients took centre stage at a food stall featuring Hay-smoked Wylye trout and Evesham asparagus while colourful canapés from Rocket's Spring menus circulated. Hockney's career also provided the inspiration to the drinks which werecreated by our talented friends from Drinks Fusion. Miniature Spring garden desserts ensured the party was a riot of colour. Ollie, the Rocket house DJ, provided the sound track. Special thanks go to the team at Tate, Event Concept, Veevers Carter, Drinks Fusion and Blackwall Hire. #rocketprivateviews
Photo credit: Lara Arnott

07/03 ALL THE WORLD'S A STAGE
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The National Theatre played host to a star-studded fundraising gala with performances from from Sir Lenny Henry, Tamsin Greig, Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie Duff.

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For one night only the Olivier Theatre was transformed with 450 toe-tapping guests treated to dinner on the stage surrounded by performances commissioned especially for the event including one in which the dining tables were set by the actors as part of the spectacle! Between acts, we served Pan fried fillet of sea bass with bulgur wheat, Roscoff onion, kaffir 

lime and coriander sauce followed by Pistachio and extra virgin olive oil cake with fresh raspberries and mint. The event culminated in an auction of special, once-in-a-lifetime experiences led by Lord Dalmeny including a private party courtesy of Rocket which sold for £32k.


Photo credit: Kate Cowdrey and Cameron Slater

The National Theatre played host to a star-studded fundraising gala with performances from from Sir Lenny Henry, Tamsin Greig, Rory Kinnear and Anne-Marie Duff.

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For one night only the Olivier Theatre was transformed with 450 toe-tapping guests treated to dinner on the stage surrounded by performances commissioned especially for the event including one in which the dining tables were set by the actors as part of the spectacle! Between acts, we served Pan fried fillet of sea bass with bulgur wheat, Roscoff onion, kaffir lime and coriander sauce followed by Pistachio and extra virgin olive oil cake with fresh raspberries and mint. The event culminated in an auction of special, once-in-a-lifetime experiences led by Lord Dalmeny including a private party courtesy of Rocket which sold for £32k.
Photo credit: Kate Cowdrey and Cameron Slater

23/02 WILD ROCKET
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The Wild Rocketeer tends to hibernate for much of the winter, happy to let his cousin do much of the heavy lifting. He does however spend many a happy hour meeting fellow wild food enthusiasts and suppliers before the busy summer ahead.

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Visiting the extraordinary Ekstedt, a mecca for those interested in the primal, back-to-basics ethos behind open-fire cookery, was the fulfilment of a particularly wild and smoke-filled dream. Next on his hit list is the very cool Roth Bar and Grill in Somerset, part of Hauser and Wirth, where they take their wild food and contemporary art extremely seriously. He also spends the winter months finding new suppliers. Sourcing local lobsters for a wedding in Co Waterford, making a trip

to the Welsh Marches to meet vegetable growers Fern Verrow in the Black Mountains and Neal's Yard Creamery in deepest, darkest Herefordshire prove that the effort to find small, passionate producers is one of the most rewarding parts of the job. He recently stumbled upon some great artisan suppliers closer to home - a visit to Stepney unearthed the lovely  Secret Smokehouse. Roll on the Summer!

The Wild Rocketeer tends to hibernate for much of the winter, happy to let his cousin do much of the heavy lifting. He does however spend many a happy hour meeting fellow wild food enthusiasts and suppliers before the busy summer ahead.

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Visiting the extraordinary Ekstedt, a mecca for those interested in the primal, back-to-basics ethos behind open-fire cookery, was the fulfilment of a particularly wild and smoke-filled dream. Next on his hit list is the very cool Roth Bar and Grill in Somerset, part of Hauser and Wirth, where they take their wild food and contemporary art extremely seriously. He also spends the winter months finding new suppliers. Sourcing local lobsters for a wedding in Co Waterford, making a tripto the Welsh Marches to meet vegetable growers Fern Verrow in the Black Mountains and Neal's Yard Creamery in deepest, darkest Herefordshire prove that the effort to find small, passionate producers is one of the most rewarding parts of the job. He recently stumbled upon some great artisan suppliers closer to home - a visit to Stepney unearthed the lovely  Secret Smokehouse. Roll on the Summer!

01/02 TOP LONDON WEDDING VENUES
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We are spoilt for choice for fabulous venues here in London and here are our top picks for 2017.

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For more options, check out our venue directory which arranges venues in and around London by genre as well as location. Alternatively, our team here at Rocket HQ are always more than

happy to talk through ideas so please do call us and we may well be able to suggest a venue you hadn't considered before - 020 7622 2320.

We are spoilt for choice for fabulous venues here in London and here are our top picks for 2017.

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For more options, check out our venue directory which arranges venues in and around London by genre as well as location. Alternatively, our team here at Rocket HQ are always more thanhappy to talk through ideas so please do call us and we may well be able to suggest a venue you hadn't considered before - 020 7622 2320.

01/12/16 ELTON JOHN AIDS FOUNDATION FUNDRAISER
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Rocket worked with NP + Co on this star studded gala dinner at Tate Modern for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

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The evening began with an intimate private view of the highly lauded exhibition of Modernist photography from the Elton John Collection, ‘The Radical Eye’, before a drinks reception and 3 course dinner.
Photographs from the exhibition were projected onto the concrete walls of The Tanks creating a dynamic and exciting atmosphere. Guests enjoyed Fillet of Gigha Halibut with venus clam and lemon

velouté followed by Valrhona chocolate salted caramel bar and Lemon meringue with candied Amalfi citruses. 

The event continued late into the night - our team of barmen mixed cocktails including Whiskey sours and French Martinis while special guest Craig David took to the decks at the after party to rapturous reception.

Rocket worked with NP + Co on this star studded gala dinner at Tate Modern for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

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The evening began with an intimate private view of the highly lauded exhibition of Modernist photography from the Elton John Collection, ‘The Radical Eye’, before a drinks reception and 3 course dinner.
Photographs from the exhibition were projected onto the concrete walls of The Tanks creating a dynamic and exciting atmosphere. Guests enjoyed Fillet of Gigha Halibut with venus clam and lemonvelouté followed by Valrhona chocolate salted caramel bar and Lemon meringue with candied Amalfi citruses.  The event continued late into the night - our team of barmen mixed cocktails including Whiskey sours and French Martinis while special guest Craig David took to the decks at the after party to rapturous reception.

29/11/2016 PORTER'S LETTERS LIVE GALA
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A star studded guest list gathered at The Victoria and Albert Museum for Porter Magazine's Letters Live gala dinner to celebrate the enduring power of literary correspondance.

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150 revered guests arrived for a Champagne and canapé reception in The Dome, before taking their seats in the stunning Raphael Gallery for dinner. 

The menu was designed to be a decadent yet informal feast of fillets of Aberdeen Angus beef and rosemary roast potatoes which were served on platters to tables

for guests to share. Guests were then treated to a very special once in a lifetime performance of inspirational letters read by VIP guests. After the performance desserts of Citrus fruit and meringue tart and Chestnut and chocolate marquise were served along with a Champagne toast. A truly memorable evening indeed. 

A star studded guest list gathered at The Victoria and Albert Museum for Porter Magazine's Letters Live gala dinner to celebrate the enduring power of literary correspondance.

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150 revered guests arrived for a Champagne and canapé reception in The Dome, before taking their seats in the stunning Raphael Gallery for dinner.  The menu was designed to be a decadent yet informal feast of fillets of Aberdeen Angus beef and rosemary roast potatoes which were served on platters to tablesfor guests to share. Guests were then treated to a very special once in a lifetime performance of inspirational letters read by VIP guests. After the performance desserts of Citrus fruit and meringue tart and Chestnut and chocolate marquise were served along with a Champagne toast. A truly memorable evening indeed. 

20/10/16 DIWALI, FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
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Rocket worked with the brilliant team from Polar Black events on this colourful celebration of Diwali at the British Museum.

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Event Concept lit the columned facade of the museum to create a striking entrance to the Festival of Lights event. Inside, Autumnal trees elegantly defined the reception area in the Great Hall which was cloaked in warm hues and soft candlelight where guests sipped Champagne and Pomegranate slings.

Rocket developed a menu for the occasion incorporating authentic Indian ingredients and spices inlcuding Korai spiced monkfish brochette, Lotus root crisp with crab, mango and coconut salad, Spiced cauliflower popcorn and Beetroot Bengali cakes. 
Photo credit: Ben Wetherall

Rocket worked with the brilliant team from Polar Black events on this colourful celebration of Diwali at the British Museum.

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Event Concept lit the columned facade of the museum to create a striking entrance to the Festival of Lights event. Inside, Autumnal trees elegantly defined the reception area in the Great Hall which was cloaked in warm hues and soft candlelight where guests sipped Champagne and Pomegranate slings.Rocket developed a menu for the occasion incorporating authentic Indian ingredients and spices inlcuding Korai spiced monkfish brochette, Lotus root crisp with crab, mango and coconut salad, Spiced cauliflower popcorn and Beetroot Bengali cakes. 
Photo credit: Ben Wetherall

19/10/16 WIFREDO LAM AT TATE MODERN
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The vision for this series of events was to recreate an Artist's journey with an "Old Cuba" theme through the menu, drinks, styling and production.

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Recepton cocktails included Hemingway Daiquiri and Fig and liquorice Mojito and the menu was designed to tell the story of the countries close to Lam's heart including Spain, France, Italy and Cuba.

The Cuban influence extended to the dinner styling which was relaxed and authentic with smoky grey linen, coco cross back chairs and rattan chargers with Karri cutlery to mirror the long angular strokes in Lam's work.                          Photo credit: rb create 

The vision for this series of events was to recreate an Artist's journey with an "Old Cuba" theme through the menu, drinks, styling and production.

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Recepton cocktails included Hemingway Daiquiri and Fig and liquorice Mojito and the menu was designed to tell the story of the countries close to Lam's heart including Spain, France, Italy and Cuba.The Cuban influence extended to the dinner styling which was relaxed and authentic with smoky grey linen, coco cross back chairs and rattan chargers with Karri cutlery to mirror the long angular strokes in Lam's work.                          Photo credit: rb create 

17/10/2016 ROCKET PRIVATE VIEW
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Rocket partnered with the Royal Academy to host the latest in our series of Private Views, this time with the phenomenal Abstract Expressionism exhibition.

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We welcomed guests into the Fine Rooms to enjoy our new Autumn canapés and cocktails courtesy of the fantastic Drinks Fusion team. Event Concept dressed the space brilliantly and Veevers Carter provided stunning arrangements of seasonal blooms. 

Inspired by Pollock, our pastry Chef decorated huge sheets of tempered chocolate in an interactive workshop where guests added their creative touch to the chocolate masterpieces.
Photo credit: Lara Arnott

Rocket partnered with the Royal Academy to host the latest in our series of Private Views, this time with the phenomenal Abstract Expressionism exhibition.

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We welcomed guests into the Fine Rooms to enjoy our new Autumn canapés and cocktails courtesy of the fantastic Drinks Fusion team. Event Concept dressed the space brilliantly and Veevers Carter provided stunning arrangements of seasonal blooms. Inspired by Pollock, our pastry Chef decorated huge sheets of tempered chocolate in an interactive workshop where guests added their creative touch to the chocolate masterpieces.
Photo credit: Lara Arnott

HEDSOR HOUSE WEDDING
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A perfect September day for Andrew and Nataliya's wedding celebrations at the magnificent Hedsor House. 

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Guests enjoyed a prolonged Champagne reception in the late afternoon sunshine in the stunning grounds of Hedsor before taking their seats for dinner where the bride and groom had added some special Russian traditions for a personal touch to the celebrations.

After dinner guests were treated to a fantastic display of fireworks while back inside the cocktail bar serving Mojitos and White Russians and DJ Ollie kept guests partying until late. 

Photo credit: David Bostock

A perfect September day for Andrew and Nataliya's wedding celebrations at the magnificent Hedsor House. 

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Guests enjoyed a prolonged Champagne reception in the late afternoon sunshine in the stunning grounds of Hedsor before taking their seats for dinner where the bride and groom had added some special Russian traditions for a personal touch to the celebrations.After dinner guests were treated to a fantastic display of fireworks while back inside the cocktail bar serving Mojitos and White Russians and DJ Ollie kept guests partying until late.  Photo credit: David Bostock

30/07/16 THE LAP OF LUXURY
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Elegance and luxury describes every intricate detail of this intimate soiree in the dining room at The Wallace Collection.

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The 5 course gourmet tasting menu showcased the very finest ingredients from around the British Isles included Isle of Wight tomato consomme, Bembridge lobster and roast turbot. 

Each course was precisely executed by our team of Chefs and perfectly matched with fine wines selected by our sommelier. 

Photo credit: Charlotte Fielding.

Elegance and luxury describes every intricate detail of this intimate soiree in the dining room at The Wallace Collection.

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The 5 course gourmet tasting menu showcased the very finest ingredients from around the British Isles included Isle of Wight tomato consomme, Bembridge lobster and roast turbot. Each course was precisely executed by our team of Chefs and perfectly matched with fine wines selected by our sommelier.  Photo credit: Charlotte Fielding.

17/07/16 ECLECTIC WAREHOUSE WEDDING
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A stylish and quirky wedding celebration at the Tanner's Warehouse on Bermondsey Street with pop up bars, signature cocktails and an ice cream and crepe stall.

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Decorated with an explosion of bright clashing colours and with music from an electro swing band and 'Itchy Feet' guests relaxed in the infectious party atmosphere

enjoying food from Le Comptoir, Charcuterie and Fromagerie stalls.

Photo credit: Kate Hopewell-Smith

A stylish and quirky wedding celebration at the Tanner's Warehouse on Bermondsey Street with pop up bars, signature cocktails and an ice cream and crepe stall.

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Decorated with an explosion of bright clashing colours and with music from an electro swing band and 'Itchy Feet' guests relaxed in the infectious party atmosphereenjoying food from Le Comptoir, Charcuterie and Fromagerie stalls. Photo credit: Kate Hopewell-Smith

22/06/16 PRUK AT THE VIEW FROM THE SHARD
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Fabulous cocktails were the order of the day for PRUK's Summer party celebrating Absolut Elyx and Chivas Regal from their premium collection. 

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We love the 360 degree views of our capital with it's many iconic landmarks making The Shard a truly unique venue. For this event, we developed a Swedish and British menu of canapes and bowl food

to represent the two brands served by waitresses in Swedish flower garland headbands.

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Fabulous cocktails were the order of the day for PRUK's Summer party celebrating Absolut Elyx and Chivas Regal from their premium collection. 

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We love the 360 degree views of our capital with it's many iconic landmarks making The Shard a truly unique venue. For this event, we developed a Swedish and British menu of canapes and bowl foodto represent the two brands served by waitresses in Swedish flower garland headbands.

Photo credit: Debbie Bragg Every Night Images

13/06/16 NIKKEI: RA'S SUMMER EXHIBITION
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Inspired by the Japanese Peruvian culinary sesation, guests enjoyed vibrant colours and fresh zingy flavours while being among the first to see this year's exciting colleciton.

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Guests flocked to the imposing Raw Bar serving Oysters and Ceviche paired with Pisco Sours on one side and Sushi and Sashimi paired with Sake on the other. Further highlights included a fast paced and

colourful Japanese Street food stall, Rice pots cooked from hot woks in the courtyard and a Peruvian Izakaya serving grilled meats on bamboo skewers. A treat for the senses and a night to remember!

Inspired by the Japanese Peruvian culinary sesation, guests enjoyed vibrant colours and fresh zingy flavours while being among the first to see this year's exciting colleciton.

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Guests flocked to the imposing Raw Bar serving Oysters and Ceviche paired with Pisco Sours on one side and Sushi and Sashimi paired with Sake on the other. Further highlights included a fast paced andcolourful Japanese Street food stall, Rice pots cooked from hot woks in the courtyard and a Peruvian Izakaya serving grilled meats on bamboo skewers. A treat for the senses and a night to remember!

02/06/16 KENSINGTON PALACE ORANGERY DINNER
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Rocket were delighted to work with Effective Event Solutions to deliver a bespoke dinner for William Grant & Co Stand Fast Awards.

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The Orangery at Kensington Palace provided the perfect venue for the exclusive annual event. Guests enjoyed delicious cocktails and summer canapés before finding their seats in the intimate dining room where stunning flowers and soft lighting set the scene for a delicious dinner of Chalk Stream trout, fillet of Aberdeen Angus and Mascarpone and chicory marquise.

A gorgeous evening and fitting celebration for this special occasion.

Photo credit: Matt Fowler Photography

Rocket were delighted to work with Effective Event Solutions to deliver a bespoke dinner for William Grant & Co Stand Fast Awards.

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The Orangery at Kensington Palace provided the perfect venue for the exclusive annual event. Guests enjoyed delicious cocktails and summer canapés before finding their seats in the intimate dining room where stunning flowers and soft lighting set the scene for a delicious dinner of Chalk Stream trout, fillet of Aberdeen Angus and Mascarpone and chicory marquise. A gorgeous evening and fitting celebration for this special occasion. Photo credit: Matt Fowler Photography

06/16 ROSÉ OF THE MONTH: ROCKET RECOMMENDS
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With Goodwood and Wimbledon just around the corner, it’s the time of year when a glass of crisp Rosé just feels like the right choice. We’ve rounded up our favourites here, and hope you enjoy them as much as we do! Santé! Click Here for our Rosé Recommendations

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With Goodwood and Wimbledon just around the corner, it’s the time of year when a glass of crisp Rosé just feels like the right choice. We’ve rounded up our favourites here, and hope you enjoy them as much as we do! Santé! Click Here for our Rosé Recommendations

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12/05/16 A SPECTACULAR CIRCUS FUNDRAISER
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Rocket was honoured to work with the talented ACT IV to be part of a spectacular evening to raise funds for the esteemed National Centre for Circus Arts.

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Hosted within the Centre’s imposing home, the 19th century Shoreditch Electric Light Station, the 18m high ceilings made for an impressive backdrop to a dramatic and high energy evening, as guests witnessed breath-taking performances of acrobatics, aerial routines and flying trapeze taking place above their heads.

Guests enjoyed the season’s best Wye Valley asparagus with poached quail’s eggs and summer truffle, followed by Cornish lamb, and finished with a stunning chocolate and chicory marquise – a fitting finale to this magnificent spectacle. Following a record-breaking live auction, the cocktail bar opened, and The Brit Mojito became the star of the show, as VIP alumni, revered guests and acrobats partied the night away until the early hours…

Rocket was honoured to work with the talented ACT IV to be part of a spectacular evening to raise funds for the esteemed National Centre for Circus Arts.

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Hosted within the Centre’s imposing home, the 19th century Shoreditch Electric Light Station, the 18m high ceilings made for an impressive backdrop to a dramatic and high energy evening, as guests witnessed breath-taking performances of acrobatics, aerial routines and flying trapeze taking place above their heads.Guests enjoyed the season’s best Wye Valley asparagus with poached quail’s eggs and summer truffle, followed by Cornish lamb, and finished with a stunning chocolate and chicory marquise – a fitting finale to this magnificent spectacle. Following a record-breaking live auction, the cocktail bar opened, and The Brit Mojito became the star of the show, as VIP alumni, revered guests and acrobats partied the night away until the early hours…

26/04/2016 ROCKET PRIVATE VIEW: DELACROIX AND THE RISE OF MODERN ART
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The National Gallery granted permission for Rocket to entertain our corporate clients within the hallowed walls of The Wohl Room before a private view of the current Delacroix exhibition. 

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This was our tenth Private View event and we owe enormous thanks to The National Gallery Events Team, Event Concept and Veevers Carter for helping to make it such a wonderful evening. See more from this event.

The National Gallery granted permission for Rocket to entertain our corporate clients within the hallowed walls of The Wohl Room before a private view of the current Delacroix exhibition. 

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This was our tenth Private View event and we owe enormous thanks to The National Gallery Events Team, Event Concept and Veevers Carter for helping to make it such a wonderful evening. See more from this event.

01/05/16 TWO TEMPLE PLACE ANNOUNCES NEW LIST
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The perfect venue for corporate dinners, weddings and private parties there's nowhere else in London that has such an exclusive feeling, like a private house.

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The perfect venue for corporate dinners, weddings and private parties there's nowhere else in London that has such an exclusive feeling, like a private house.

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01/04/16 ROCKET WINS ACCREDITATION ON THE LISTS OF 3 HISTORIC ROYAL PALACES
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After a 6-month tender process against a field of around 70 other companies, we were overjoyed to hear that we had been successful in our bid to become accredited caterers at three of the country’s most world-renowned venues: Kensington Palace, Banqueting House and HM Tower of London.

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The three Royal Palaces will each add something very unique to the broad portfolio of venues we already work with and many of our event managers already have experience of working at these spectacular venues, so they can’t wait to get started. The two-year agreement started on 1st April 2016 - and we’re looking forward to a long and close working relationship with the venue teams.

For information on:

Kensington Palace click here

The Banqueting House, Whitehall click here

HM Tower of London click here

After a 6-month tender process against a field of around 70 other companies, we were overjoyed to hear that we had been successful in our bid to become accredited caterers at three of the country’s most world-renowned venues: Kensington Palace, Banqueting House and HM Tower of London.

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The three Royal Palaces will each add something very unique to the broad portfolio of venues we already work with and many of our event managers already have experience of working at these spectacular venues, so they can’t wait to get started. The two-year agreement started on 1st April 2016 - and we’re looking forward to a long and close working relationship with the venue teams.For information on: Kensington Palace click here The Banqueting House, Whitehall click here HM Tower of London click here

01/03/16 SPRING IN THE AIR
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Our creative bunnies have been busy preparing some fresh and vibrant looks for all our Spring and early Summer canapé parties.

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In the kitchen, the chefs have emerged from a long, hard winter, champing at the bit for all the wonderful new ingredients that are starting to arrive in the market as the new season approaches.

Here’s a colourful snapshot of what’s cooking for April and May…

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Our creative bunnies have been busy preparing some fresh and vibrant looks for all our Spring and early Summer canapé parties.

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In the kitchen, the chefs have emerged from a long, hard winter, champing at the bit for all the wonderful new ingredients that are starting to arrive in the market as the new season approaches.Here’s a colourful snapshot of what’s cooking for April and May… See more food

24/01/16 HINTZE HALL EXTRAVAGANZA
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2015 was wrapped up in spectacular style at the Natural History Museum, with one of the grandest parties of the year.

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Over 450 crew were involved in an ambitious build recreating a lavish gentleman’s club with a 30ft sommelier bar at one end of Hintze Hall, and a spectacular gilded tree of life crowning the stairs at the opposite end, with thousands of roses all but engulfing the DJ on the steps below. Sommeliers plied the guests with a stellar selection of wines and bespoke drinks were made by tuxedoed

bartenders, while oyster bars, charcuterie, pasta and dim sum stalls ensured that the guests did not go hungry. Later on, there were luxurious digestif cocktails and patisserie, ice cream and espressos. The climax came when renowned DJ Bob Sinclair took to the decks, setting off a jaw-dropping light show. What a way to end the year!

2015 was wrapped up in spectacular style at the Natural History Museum, with one of the grandest parties of the year.

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Over 450 crew were involved in an ambitious build recreating a lavish gentleman’s club with a 30ft sommelier bar at one end of Hintze Hall, and a spectacular gilded tree of life crowning the stairs at the opposite end, with thousands of roses all but engulfing the DJ on the steps below. Sommeliers plied the guests with a stellar selection of wines and bespoke drinks were made by tuxedoedbartenders, while oyster bars, charcuterie, pasta and dim sum stalls ensured that the guests did not go hungry. Later on, there were luxurious digestif cocktails and patisserie, ice cream and espressos. The climax came when renowned DJ Bob Sinclair took to the decks, setting off a jaw-dropping light show. What a way to end the year!

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