When It Comes To Wedding Catering, You Won’t Find Anyone Better Than Hog Roast Hartington!

Even throughout these unprecedented times, you can still rely on Hog Roast Hartington to fulfil all of your catering needs. So, whether you’ve got a wedding on the horizon or clients to impress at an important business meeting, you can rest easy with the knowledge that our team of cooking extraordinaire’s have got your back!

Hog Roast HartingtonAs a top-tier catering service with years of experience behind us, we, of course, pride ourselves on offering a vast selection of menus, all of which can be easily tailored to suit whatever theme or budget you have in mind. After all, the last thing you want is guests going home hungry because there was nothing on the menu to their taste, am I right? Booking with Hog Roast Hartington is a sure-fire way to avoid that problem, so when Andy and Jo heard about us through the grapevine, they just knew they had to get us involved in their wedding celebrations.

The pair, who got hitched last week on the grounds of the 18-century manor house, Betley Hall, had asked our team to serve up our southern slow roast menu for up to 30 guests. This was no trouble at all for Hog Roast Hartington, and we’re pleased to say the weather was on the side of Andy and Jo on their special day!

Hog Roast Hartington arrived on Tuesday to find that rustic signs and white balloons had been dotted around the green space, which added a more personal touch to the venue. After taking in the stunning scenery, our catering manager, Martin quickly set up the hog roasting gazebo and set straight to work on whipping up a glorious feast of fork-tender meats, each one having been pre-marinated in our secret recipe rubs for extra flavour.

Soon, Martin was stood behind a banquet of BBQ pork butt, Texan 24 hour beef brisket, cajun spiced whole roast chicken, yummy gourmet sausages and sides of Memphis style crunchy coleslaw, American-style mac and cheese, green leaf salad and mixed fries. The guests went wild for the flavoursome spread, which they hungrily polished off before the night was out.