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Corporate entertaining team building & kitchen hire


Cactus Kitchens is London’s foremost small venue for cooking and entertaining. Our corporate cooking and team building classes and celebrity chef experiences are second to none.

Hire our unique space and stylish kitchen for your private event or product launch or let us design a bespoke event for you. As the sister company to Cactus TV, our knowledge of food, media and entertainment is unrivalled.

 

 

 

Corporate Hire

Discover how our corporate cooking experiences and bespoke events can improve the way you do business.

Team Building

Corporate Cooking Classes


Entertain & engage your team weighing up problems and designing solutions at Cactus Kitchens. Or we can bring a pop-up cooking experience to you.

Kitchen & Venue Hire

Innovation & Product Launches


Hire our stylish kitchen, superbly equipped with 12 workstations and demo area, for filming and photo shoots, product development workshops and PR events.

Incentive Rewards

Reward & Recognition Days


Reward your team, impress your clients or treat friends and family with a bespoke cooking and dining experience hosted by our in-house chefs or a celebrity chef.

Case Studies & News

Whether you want to unlock talent and improve team dynamics or are simply in search of an original venue for the office party, we’ll help you cook up some new ideas.

Case Study

CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR TOTALLY PLC


Totally PLC wanted to host an interactive staff Christmas party for 18 people that would appeal to both non-foodies and foodie enthusiasts.

News

Bake with Tom Gilliford

Learning & Development Workshops


Work with innovation consultant and 2016 Great British Bake Off contestant Tom Gilliford to bring tangible benefits to your bottom line.

EMILY ROUX'S ROAST MONKFISH, BEURRE NOIR AND SPRING VEGETABLES


You’ll find Lotte au Beurre Blanc on most bistro menus. It’s a classic French dish, simple and authentic, and one that my grandfather, Albert adores. This month, I have reinterpreted one of his favourite recipes and made it my own, with brighter colours and bolder flavours.

Serves: 4

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