We’ve been working behind the scenes to bring you more options than ever when you host your event with us. In addition to ensuring your safe event with us with a number of changes to our service, we are now offering a number of touch-free catering options and Bistro Boxes for those who require a more substantial meal choice for their guests.
All dietary requirements can be catered to, and the following options are available as part of the standard offering:
- Plant-based vegan
If your guests have any allergies or dietary preferences you don’t see listed – just talk to our team and we will be happy to provide a suitable alternative.
One of our old favourites; another way of describing this Seared Beef Fillet, Capers & Red Pepper Tian is a ‘thinking person’s steak tartare’. If you’ve ever thought that you’d like to try a steak tartare but can’t get past the idea of putting raw meat in your mouth, then this could be just what you’ve been waiting for.
This big bowl full of veggies and goodness is the ultimate side dish full of flavour.
So – a long time family favourite (or rather, one of only 2 dishes I’m able to make without help) – I know it as Chilli Beef, everyone else in the family calls it Man Mince due to its simplistic nature, just like me. I cook it in bulk (it serves 10) and freeze spare portions for later. Prep time is about 20 minutes, longer if drinking beer – cooking time 1 hr.
- 4 x onions
- 750g lean beef mince
- 1 x red pepper
- 1 x green pepper
- 1 x yellow pepper
- 4 x tins Oxtail Soup
- 4 x tins red kidney beans in a chilli sauce
- 4 x tins taco mixed beans in a spicy tomato sauce
- Select a large pot or cauldron
- Open beer (other drinks are available) and drink*
- Chop the onions and fry on a gentle heat until soft
- Add the mince and brown
- Chop and add the peppers and stir for about 5 minutes
- Open the tins and stir them in until completely mixed
- Simmer for about an hour, ensuring your beer glass doesn’t dry out and the peppers are soft
- Serve with rice and enjoy!
*Please drink responsibly. We do not support underage drinking, excessive drinking or any other unsafe drinking behavior. Do not drink and drive.
Ah, jollof rice. The dish of champions and staple of any West African celebration. Growing up however, jollof was something that we had pretty much every week at home, my mum loved it and the comforting smell of tomatoes and spices regularly filled our kitchen, gently wafting upstairs into my bedroom encouraging me downstairs to investigate, plate and spoon in hand, the goings on in the kitchen.