Just Hospitality


Just Hospitality is a bespoke events and contract caterer based in London.

It runs regular public events at the William Morris Gallery in Walthamstow.

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All proceeds from this event will go to the food redistribution charity FareShare. Fighting hunger, tackling food waste.

See orphaned ingredients transformed into dishes both beautiful and delicious... Read more

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Get the practical tools to eat better, save money and reduce your waste footprint.

Local artisan Sam Cork of Walthamstow's own Plot 44 will demonstrate how easy and delicious it is to refresh tired... Read more

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For two Saturdays only. Part of the Appetite Food Festival

Continuing the William Morris Tea Room's "Waste Not Want Not" June series of events.

Wile away your evening at a pop-up bar with... Read more

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The Tea Room is taking advantage of the William Morris Gallery's gorgeous,
glass-roofed orangery extension to serve up some two course delights all
winter. These will celebrate Morris' ethos of... Read more

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*Women's tickets sold out. Men's still available*

Step up to a night with the best company, the best art and the best foodie
treats in town.
... Read more

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**Update: Our menu for the August Long Table is now up - see below for details.**

**Update 2: To mark our final Long Table of the summer on August 21, the lovely fellows and local boys of WildCard... Read more

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Chris Pickett is dishing up traditional British food with a splash of science.

With a background in Michelin Star restaurants, Chris loves to experiment with
all things food. Now we're letting him... Read more

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April's spring clean is done and dusted and the William Morris Tea Room is
back, along with its much-loved evening eats.

To celebrate, the Chefs who bring you The Long Table and GOODFOODLAB... Read more


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Second visit just as good as the first

Rating: 9

ytak attended The Long Table - fine food, craft ale, friends old and new in March 2014, reviewed on 25 March 2014

Once again, the food service and atmosphere at this event was fantastic. There's always a cheeky thrill at being somewhere after hours and it was great to have a bit of alone time with the William Morris museum, but it was the food that really made my evening. The night's repast was Lamb breast (moist meat crunchy top akin to pork belly), little cubes of roasted celeriac topped with dots of vivid green wild garlic puree, crispy charred broccoli all resting on a vinaigrette. Delicious separately, heavenly when combined. Pudding was a sort of steamed pecan sponge, topped with rhubarb cubes alongside granola and clotted cream. As with the main, the whole was even greater than the parts. All of this washed down with a drink from a carefully selected range. I'm not a foodie, but I love food and yet again The Long Table made my week with interesting and delicious treats.

Like being VIP guests at private viewing

Rating: 10

rachelwedderburn attended The Long Table - fine food, craft ale, friends old and new in November 2013, reviewed on 26 February 2014

If you have friends visiting you in Walthamstow take them here for a night out. You have the whole museum at your disposal. Just Hospitality were lovely hosts, when you arrive, you choose a craft beer and then are invited to choose a seat on the long table. Dinner was not served altogether as guests are encouraged to wander off before between and after courses.
The food when it arrived was really tasty and I have overheard complete strangers at another event praise the chef heartily.
Wine was also available to order by the bottle and very good quality wine had been chosen.
Pudding, well there were three in my party and we could only make noises of delight since every mouthful was heaven. We loved it so much another pudding was found for us to share.
I highly recommend this as an evening out and a great way to treat someone to a memorable evening. Anyone who books now has the privilege of viewing Jeremy Deller's exhibition as if you were at a private viewing followed by a very sociable delicious supper.

A night at the Museum

Rating: 9

rachelwedderburn attended The Long Table in November 2013, reviewed on 22 November 2013

Were very excited about going to the long table event and my two guests and myself were not disappointed. The table layout was simple horseshoe shape quite snug but not uncomfortable and you sat where you wanted with other guests. The staff were welcoming and there was plenty of time before dinner and between courses to view The William Morris Gallery it was like being at a private viewing. The food was delicious and well presented. The pudding was awesome so good we had seconds. It was a lovely evening, nice to meet new people. Included we had a choice of craft beers. For other drinks it was easy to order from the bar, the wine list had good wine which we enjoyed with our pudding especially.

Just Hospitality responded on 26 November 2013:

We're so glad you enjoyed yourself! Thank you very much for taking the time to write a review. It's always fun to host these types of events and reading a positive review makes it all the more worthwhile!

Yummy grazing plates

Rating: 9

islawight attended Waste Not Want Not Pop-Up Bar in June 2013, reviewed on 16 June 2013

Or English tapas as we started calling it. Lovely, lovely food - you'd pay twice the price at some bijou bistroette - very tasty, inventive combinations and beautifully presented. And the cocktails were good too. Great setting in the William Morris Gallery overlooking the park. There's another one next Saturday 22nd - highly recommended you go.