If you need a local catering service and would like to support a local Marylebone charity, please think about using Munch In Marylebone, the hospitality arm of The Marylebone Project which helps homeless women get back on their feet. You may have sampled Munch in Marylebone's sweet treats at the Baker Street Quarter Food Market, where they regularly feature with their very popular cake stall.
The catering service provides tasty, fresh and healthy food for the local business community with everything prepared by the inspiring women of The Marylebone Project in their new kitchen kindly donated last year by Howden Joinery Group. From breakfast pastries and croissants to lunchtime sandwiches, quiches, salads, wholesome one-pot comfort food, gorgeous cakes and desserts, Munch In Marylebone offers great variety. A delivery service is available at a small extra charge. Large or small groups can be catered for (minimum spend of £150 applies). The project also has three meeting rooms available to hire for up to 40 people, theatre-style, in Daventry Street near Marylebone Station.
The Marylebone Project is the UK's largest hostel for women affected by homelessness. It aims to help vulnerable women improve their self-esteem, seek employment and achieve independent living. You can help by trying something different for your next meeting or training session catering.