When it comes to weddings, Hog Roast Canary Wharf has ample experience, and we’ve spent many years ensuring couples spend their wedding day enjoying gorgeous food with their family and friends. We cater both informal and posh affairs with the same professional attitude and dedication, regardless of the number of people invited or the location of the event, whether you’d like our simple albeit succulent pigs in buns and nothing else served or an intricate menu of delicate, handmade offerings that you’ve been planning for years. We can help you design your own wedding menu if you’d like or you can mix and match items between our own menus to create yours. Whatever you’re thinking of, it’s your day and it’s your choice of food.
Aileen and Nick called Hog Roast Canary Wharf months ago to book their wedding day in, and they both wanted a winter wedding with a warming winter menu served. Though the festivities would be inside a heated marquee, the couple were still sure about the hot food they wanted serving, and that would start with a piping hot tomato soup with croutons and warm bread rolls. There would be several vegetarians invited, so Aileen and Nick wanted the starter and dessert to be suitable for everyone, and our homemade soup would be, as would the sticky toffee pudding and custard for afters. While the carnivores would be munching on our hog roast rolls for the main course, the vegetarians would be enjoying our veggie skewers, full of halloumi and fresh vegetables, and everyone could feast on the additional jacket potatoes, homemade coleslaw, green leaf salad and spicy sweet potato wedges.
On the day of Aileen and Nick’s wedding, while the couple were getting ready to marry at their local church, our Hog Roast Canary Wharf arrived at the village hall venue and set up our equipment. Soon after, the hog was sizzling away in its own juices and would be for several hours. Later on, once we had freshly prepared the salad and potato dishes, grilled the kebabs and ensured we had all the ingredients ready for the pigs in buns, the happy couple and the guests arrived, all hungry and ready to dig in.