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We have shared some of our most frequently asked questions to help with any of your queries.
Call or email us and we will arrange a meeting to suit you – either at our premises, or we’ll come to you or your venue.
We will talk through your plans and your menu and event ideas and get the shape of the day, and afterwards, we’ll send you a much more detailed initial plan and quote for your day, together with any suggestions we have.
Should you want to book with us, we will send you a deposit invoice of 20%. Once this is paid, that date is reserved for you. The remaining amount is to be paid up to two weeks prior to the event.
Absolutely and you would be very welcome to come to one of our tasting sessions.
Of course! We stand by our opinion that food is a very personal choice. Central to our service is the option to create a completely bespoke menu for your event – with the help of our award-winning chefs.
An increasingly asked question, and the answer is yes absolutely. We will ask you about these when we ask for final numbers and details and suggest any menu alternatives or adjustments necessary. We will provide a form at this time for all dietary’s to be included.
We are always here to speak and will meet with you at your venue prior to your event and are more than happy to accommodate any extra meetings.
At the time of booking we request that you share details of your venue so that our catering team can get in touch to make arrangements for our chefs and serving staff.
We have long-standing relationships with some of the UK’s most revered and prestigious venues, and whether we are a preferred supplier of the venue or it is the first time we will be working with them, feel assured that our experienced events team will be able to work seamlessly with your service providers – providing complete peace-of-mind in the lead-up to and on the day of your event.
All major Credit/Debit Cards, BACs payment and Cash.
Deposit is fully refundable on the basis that Government guidance prohibits the event from taking place.