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Mission Kitchen launches private hire spaces

Mission Kitchen launches private hire spaces

Mission Kitchen (MK) in the Food Exchange has launched its Development Kitchen, Glass Room and Terrace for private hire. The team at MK ran a showcase event on April 13th, to allow interested parties to check out the spaces, designed for industry professionals and hospitality groups.

Food and drink was provided by some of MK’s fabulous members, and the event also included some interactive workshops and of course a tour of the facilities.

MK’s 16,000 sqft site is home to a community of more than 80 independent food start-ups. For anyone who couldn’t make it, here’s a little bit more about the venue hire opportunities:

Development Kitchen - The purpose built 450 sqft commercial development kitchen is spacious and bright, perfect to hire for half a day, full day or evening. The space is ideal to host a range of hires from cookery classes, training sessions, menu development and photoshoots.

The room includes 12 workstations that can be set up in a number of arrangements, as well as a table for meeting, dining or photography. The kitchen is fully equipped with cooking equipment including state of the art ovens, a range of counter-top units and all the utensils you may need for your event.

Glass Room and Terrace - The Glass Room is a bright and airy blank canvas, ideal for meetings, meals, team events, lectures, workshops and drinks receptions. It is linked to the Development Kitchen and the two spaces can be booked together for events that combine cooking with dining, learning or mingling. The Terrace offers additional outdoor space and is perfect for larger reception events, summer parties and open air breakout space.

“We are delighted to have these spaces up and running,” said Rose Wilk-Mullis, Events and Sales Lead at MK. “We understand that some of the Market community may not have been able to attend on the evening and we’d love you to see the facilities, so if you’d like have a look around, please contact me at for more information.”

Tommy Leighton
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