Stripped-back and Sexy: A private celebration at the Natural History Museum

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The Natural History Museum has got to be one of London’s most recognisable buildings. With its neo-gothic façade towering over Kensington rooftops, it’s almost a symbol of the grand gesture and the big statement.

Most recently, the Earth Hall provided the dramatic backdrop for a super-glam birthday party.  Joining forces with the always-excellent Event Concept and Veevers Carter, IMG_4335 we took inspiration from the sophisticated vibe of a private members club – think 5 Hertford Street – the result was an exercise in elegant simplicity and contemporary cool. To complement the design, we created a menu overflowing with luxurious decadence inspired by

the crowd-pleasing cuisine of American bistros,

made popular in the capital by the likes of Goodman, and Smith & Wollensky, but with a refined edge. Using the very best ingredients, we offered velvety, truffled lobster mac ‘n’ cheese, meltingly-tender Wagyu sliders, and crisp, juicy buttermilk-fried chicken burgers with a spikey jalapeno mayo.

A fabulous gold bar gave the dance floor an opulent focal point and exuberant party-goers kept our barmen on their toes until the small hours!

The Menu


Little cones of truffled popcorn with shaved black truffle

Saffron Arancini

Popcorn Chicken with Jack Daniels and chipotle ketchup


Lobster Mac’n’Cheeese, Dressed Endive Salad



Trio of Gourmet Sliders;

Wagyu cheeseburger with tomato jam and smoked shallot mayo; Buttermilk fried chicken burger with jalapeno mayo; Adzuki bean burger with coriander and Ras el Hanout

Sides of skinny fries and Asian slaw

The Birthday Cake!!