At Relish, we are fuelled by our passion for great tasting food and engaged staff who deliver excellent hospitality. It is the essential ingredient in everything we do and the reason why we have such long standing relationships with our clients. With the expertise of our teams to draw from, we can work in all business sectors, supplying culinary variety, highlighting nutrition, quality and provenance for numbers large and small.


Relish has worked with some of the UKs largest companies, in sectors as diverse as finance, media, pharmaceuticals, professional services, technology and engineering; each time supplying a broad spectrum of hospitality from creative catering for key events to everyday nourishing food. Each time helping these businesses to thrive.


Over the past decade Relish have owned the hospitality catering contract at St James’ Place Wealth Management; a FTSE 100 company with over 900 staff onsite at their head offices in Cirencester.


In addition to running the two cafes onsite weekdays, Relish also provide further facilities support into their head offices with buffets, drinks services, coffee machine vending, rooftop BBQ’s and much more.


A real testament to this strong, long standing relationship was highlighted when Relish were selected not only to cater for the St James’s Place Foundation charity polo ball, but were also invited to cater for the son of the Chief executive’s wedding day.


In 2019 a further 3-year contract was awarded following a successful bid made by the creative and finance teams at Relish using the strapline “St James’s Place Health Management” – a campaign built on a holistic approach with the catering requirement focusing on provenance, food miles, nutrition and above all else delicious seasonal food.



“Philippa and Rob of Relish provide us with excellent support, staff, and quality of food and help us to keep the costs within our financial budgets. Any queries are dealt with in a timely manner.”       

Hilary Bateman, Head of Division , Facilities Management – St James’s Place