Due to COVID19 we are unable to take bookings for events in summer 2020. The bookings already made for later in the year will be kept and we will align with Government guidelines and policies to ensure the safety of guests attending.
We are taking wedding bookings for 2021 onwards and will be taking a nominal deposit to enable Brides and Grooms to book with confidence.
Our safety measure planning currently includes, reduced capacities, review of all table arrangements, one way systems within the building, table service, regular deep cleans, disposable glassware and a smaller workforce delivering to the same high standards. As the situation changes we will adapt and respond accordingly to ensure everyone’s safety and enjoyment of the events.
Please note emails response times may be longer during the coming months.
(published 17th July 2020)
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Queen and Whippet
Queen and Whippet specialise in rustic event catering that uses fresh seasonal and local produce. They work closely with you to create a unique and delicious menu to make your event one to remember.Visit https://www.queenandwhippet.com/for more information
Kate’s Kitchen was set up in 2007 by chef Kate Ploughman to offer top quality catering -regardless of an event’s location or scale. They create food that is good for your taste buds, tummy, wallet and the planet.Visit https://www.kateskitchenbristol.co.uk/for more information
Papadeli was Established 14 years ago and are still creating original and delicious food that never fails to impress. They pride themselves on the variety of options they offer and can cater for all social events and partiesVisit http://www.papadeli.co.uk/for more information
Quality and provenance are important to parsnip mash - they are committed to using locally-sourced, seasonal ingredients that take the shortest possible route from field to plate. No compromise.Visit https://parsnipmash.co.uk/for more information
The little taquero
The award-winning Little Taqureo have taken their influences from Southern Mexico, Belize and Nicaragua. While most people are accustomed to the westernised “Tex-Mex”, their goal is to bring you a more authentic taste of the Central American Region.Visit http://www.thelittletaquero.co.uk/for more information