30 Euston Square has installed a herb garden on its rooftop terrace, as it champions local produce.
In line with its pledge to always source as locally as possible, the venue is launching this new green initiative, along with plans to create a vegetable patch during the winter months.
Providing 30 Euston Square’s chefs with freshly grown rosemary, sage, oregano and thyme, the herb garden will supply ingredients for a variety of dishes. The terrace beds will also offer a source of ingredients for the venue’s own home-made herb butter and its range of flavoured waters.
In 2018, 30 Euston Square implemented 11 sustainability pledges which encouraged the team to get creative and experiment to provide better catering experiences across their choice of services.
In keeping with Searcys’ sustainability pledges, 30 Euston Square buys the best ingredients available, working closely with British farmers and producers to ensure that up to 90% of its seasonal fruit and vegetables are grown in the UK.
The venue’s sustainability target also includes a waste-management reduction by 20%, with disposable food packaging.