Caterer targets the Westminster crowd with street café

Dawn breaks over Britain's Houses of Parliament in central London on May 8, 2015, the day after a general election. Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives looked on course Friday for a surprise victory in Britain's general election which would redefine the country's future in Europe and herald more austerity cuts.  AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL        (Photo credit should read LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images)

Catering provider Kudos, in conjunction with Central Hall Westminster, is seeking to capitalise on the historic venue’s location by opening a ‘street café’ over the summer.  

Located adjacent to the main entrance and with unbridled views over Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, Kudos will operate the café until September, taking advantage of a period when Westminster is at its busiest.

The concept behind the new design was to create  speedy, ‘grab & go’ food and drink that guests of Central Hall and the general public can pick up while at work, commuting or visiting Westminster as tourists.

A contemporary purpose-built serving station has been designed with a new menu, which is 100% homemade by Kudos at Central Hall Westminster and consists of freshly prepared wraps, sandwiches, salad, pasta pots and sweet treats from the on-site bakery.

Josh Beth, retail director at Kudos said, “We spotted the opportunity to capitalise on a busy footfall area and, together with CHW, decided to add this additional area allowing us to cater for a larger market.

“The surrounding area attracts many tourists and sees a vast amount of commuters pass through daily. The street café offers a fast and efficient service with our menus offering a taste of the best locally sourced produce, all prepared onsite.”

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