Hog Roast Kettering caters both large and small events, with several hundred guests or just a few, and in all kinds of locations. Whether you’re thinking of having a summer barbecue or birthday hog or spit roast at home in your back garden, several courses for your wedding day or our Southern Slow Roast Menu for a corporate function, or anything in-between, we can help to make it a resounding success with delicious food served by friendly professionals.
We were recently asked by David to cater Market Harborough RUFC, on Northampton Road. Market Harborough Rugby Club (formerly known as Kibworth Rugby Club) was founded in 1923 and is located on the borders of South Leicestershire and North Northamptonshire. For this event, with 180 guests, we would be providing our extremely popular Menu 1 of sumptuous pigs in buns, as well as veggie skewers, mixed salad, and our homemade coleslaw. We have plenty of additional and alternative options here at Hog Roast Kettering, so everyone will be well-fed at your party or event. Our pigs in buns always go down a treat with the carnivores but vegetarian guests love our skewers, with yummy pieces of halloumi and veggies like mushrooms, tomatoes, red onion, and peppers, and everyone can enjoy the freshly-prepared salad dishes too. If you need something different for your event, we can cook sides like potatoes or vegetables, different kinds of meat or even fish or vegan dishes, and with more options for other guests with dietary needs, like gluten-free, you’ll be more than glad you chose us to cater!
Our Hog Roast Kettering Chef Ben and his team arrived a few hours before service in order to set up our gazebo, serving tables and the hog roast machine complete with a nice fat hog. We use our own equipment, which is made in our factory in the northwest, and they always ensure a perfectly roasted hog that’s juicy inside and has salty, crispy skin. By 8.30pm, the hog had cooked beautifully, the skewers were sizzling nicely and our salads looked they had just been picked fresh from the garden, and it was time for the queues to begin.