During our 10 years of activity Privilege Entertainment has been able to establish very good relationships with many partners in the hospitality industry as well as other side of business. One of our director motto is “your success relies on the networks around you”. We truly believe this is one of the most important key to success. We take seriously every collaboration and our goal is grow together with our partners.
Here a list of our most recent collaborators updated on 2020.
Tuana is a fresh Turkish restaurant in London’s Muswell Hill. The traditional Turkish and Mediterranean recipes create an authentic taste of the homeland. Tuana is a family-run establishment, preparing food with elements of passion, presenting it in an enticing manner characterized by Tuana’s brand identity. Turkish recipes that we know today were originally derived from Greek, Armenian, Jewish, Persian and Arab styles.
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KUA `AINA CARNABY STREET
Kua ‘Aina, or “Koo-a eye-na”, means “back country”. This often describes a country bumpkin in Hawaii. A favourite of President Barack Obama when he’s back home. Terry Thompson’s lava-rock chargrilled burger and sandwich creations with homemade seasonings have become famous since he opened the original Kua ‘Aina on Hawaii’s in 1975. Forty years on, his legendary burgers and succulent sandwiches are still wowing locals, surfers and visitors alike. In London you can also experience the unmistakable lava-grilled taste of Kua ‘Aina by visiting the shop just off Carnaby Street. You’ll receive an Aloha! welcome.