1st Containers supply services to many large corporations across the UK, but we also supply to smaller companies and individuals. Top chef and TV personality Antony Worrall Thompson recently purchased several containers from us.

The containers supplied were to be used for equipment and dry food storage across Mr Thompson’s restaurants and pubs. All containers supplied were appropriately modified by our in-house team of engineers, and then delivered to their respective locations. Once at their destination the containers were craned into position and set up for working operation by our technical team.



About Antony Worrall Thompson

When Antony Worrell Thompson moved to London to become sous chef at Brinkleys Restaurant in 1978, things really took off for him! From this point onwards, his career has been going from strength to strength.

Apart from his restaurant work, Antony Worrell Thompson has appeared on multiple cookery programmes; everything from “Ready steady cook” to being the appointed presenter on BBC1’s Saturday Kitchen. AWT is so popular his appearances have never been restricted to just cookery programmes. Along with guest slots on chat shows and entertainment shows, Antony Worrell Thompson also won ‘The weakest link chef special’, not once but twice.

Although always a familiar face and a popular celeb chef, in 2003 he probably become more popular than ever when appearing in the ITV series ‘I’m a celebrity get me out of here’.

Along with appearances on TV, Antony has written multiple recipe and cook books, and also works with manufacturers on ranges of food and non-food products, most notably his Breville range of kitchen appliances.

After opening world class restaurants, probably none more famous than Ménage a Trois in Knightsbridge, Anthony now has two restaurants and a pub. He owns the Windsor Grill and Kew Grill, serving AWT’s unique retro grill style cuisine, and also The Greyhound pub, which is located just outside Henley-on-Thames in Rotherfield Peppard.