Hog Roast Barking – The Perfect Catering Option For Any Event

When our professionals at Hog Roast Barking cater your special occasion, regardless of whether it’s an upmarket wedding reception at a posh hotel with several courses served, a huge corporate hospitality event with a few hundred guests or a casual get together at home in your back garden, we always do it in style. A traditional hog or spit roast centrepiece looks and smells amazing, let alone tastes divine, and is a wonderful addition to whatever kind of special occasion you may have in mind. Once roasted to perfection, you and your guests will be licking your lips in anticipation for when we carve away and you can get stuck in.

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Nevertheless, we also have all kinds of choices available in case you’d rather feature something altogether different at your event, like a barbecue of gourmet sausages, 100% beef burgers and tasty ribs, or our Southern Slow Roast Menu, which gives you three meat dishes and four sides, as well as a veggie option. Talking of veggie options, we have a whole host of dishes that we can make in order for guests with dietary needs to enjoy our food too, and not just vegetarians. Vegans and gluten-free guests can easily be catered for too and if you have any other diets needing catering, just ask our friendly team when you call to book and we will do our utmost to make it happen.

When Billy called Hog Roast Barking to book us for his birthday party, he wanted our pigs in buns as the main course for most of the 35 guests but also asked us to provide a vegetarian option for one person. Our veggie skewers always do down a treat, as we grill fresh, yummy halloumi and vegetable chunks and serve them with pitta bread and our delicious Tzatziki dip. Sure that his veggie guest would enjoy them, Billy booked us in for this and our famous hog roast rolls.

It soon came round to the day of the party and our Hog Roast Barking team arrived at Billy’s home in the afternoon. The hog roasted away for a good few hours and then by 6.30pm, it was time to serve the feast to Billy and his hungry guests.