How an Iconic London Concert Venue Feeds 1.8 Million People per Year — Clocking In

Royal Albert Hall is the U.K.’s most iconic music and events venue, with 1.8 million people passing through its doors every year. Executive chef Scott Stokes is in charge of feeding them all with menus consisting of Welsh rarebit tarts, British fish and chips, pizza, and much more.

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Producer: Pelin Keskin
Directors: Pelin Keskin, Murilo Ferreira
Camera: Murilo Ferreira, Carla Francescutti
Editor: Lucy Morales Carlisle

Executive Producer: Stephen Pelletteri
Development Producer: Ian Stroud
Supervising Producer: Stefania Orrù
Audience Development: Terri Ciccone, Frances Dumlao, Avery Dalal
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23 Replies to “How an Iconic London Concert Venue Feeds 1.8 Million People per Year — Clocking In”

  1. This is probably the most teamwork, most respect among each other, and a great aura of positive moral I've seen on here so far.

  2. For anyone who’s interested… this company is called rhubarb and not only do they cater for RAH but also do skygarden, have restaurants in New York and Berlin and also cater and do events for 22 Bishopsgate. They have an insane amount of executive chefs/ mangers to make it run as smoothly as it does

  3. "Korean tartare"…. chef rattles off Japanese components ?… so what exactly made that Korean?

  4. Beautiful video of beautiful food and processes! I'll never say no to more videos like these — they're fascinating.

  5. This place is a well oiled machine. Professionalism and hard work do pay off.

  6. Ugh, we need this in the United States. I mean, on my night out, I wouldn’t be eating dinner at a concert hall, but at the very least it would be nice to have some beautiful canapés or petit fours circulating around for those that are partial to them! And I mean freshly made beauties like these, not the packaged junk that is served at the bars in our concert halls which I never bother with. I mean, hey, I don’t know about the rest of the US (maybe Carnegie Hall does this), but this is a rarity in California.

  7. Great job as always! nice to see the variation in the types of restraurants/chefs you interview

  8. Chef comes across really well
    Just about all his team have big smiles whilst working

  9. Leaving my notes here…

    1) Write down the time you wake up – establish your average "temperature minimum" ~2hrs before waking. Try to wake up at the same time regardless of what time you went to sleep.

    2) Take a walk (forward ambulation) – visual images pass by our eyes and quiets activity in the amygdala. Natural sunlight stimulates neurons which signals the brain to be alert and bumps cortisol.

    3) Drink water – sometimes add a little sea salt. Promotes "ionic flow" in our neurons. Wait for and hour or two before drinking coffee. Caffeine blocks adenosine buildup which could cause you to crash in the afternoon

    4) Fast in the morning – increase adrenaline levels which allows us to focus and learn better

    5) Exercise an hour a day – cardio & weight training. Take a recovery day on the weekend.

    Namaste?? ??‍♂

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