The Perfect Feast For A Winter’s Day – Hog Roast Teddington

Hog Roast Teddington makes a mean hog roast, which we’re renowned for, but did you know that we’re also able to provide much more in terms of both alternative and additional dishes, so that everyone you invite to your party or event will get to eat delicious food? We’ve spent many years perfecting various menus, which cover not just special diets if needed, but also personal tastes and appetites.

Hog Roast TeddingtonIf you’re inviting vegetarian or vegan guests, or those with a food allergy or intolerance like gluten-free or dairy-free, our friendly professionals will help you to decide which of our possibilities will be the best option and we’ll make it fresh on the day, just like all our other food. You may prefer a different meat to a Hog Roast Teddington hog roast and we can easily spit-roast lamb, beef or a pile of chickens or turkeys or even barbecue our own sausages, 100% beef burgers and ribs. One of our special standalone menus may be the perfect choice instead, like our Southern Slow Roast, where you choose three meats (marinated in our secret rubs) and four sides to be served, or our Loaded Fries, where you get plenty of chips, pulled pork or beef brisket and a spicy or zesty slaw, all topped in melting cheese.

We also provide various courses, so if you’re planning a multi-course menu, you can choose from a wealth of welcome canapés, starters, sides and desserts to add to your main; though if you only want us to cook up a storm with one of our mains and nothing else, we can easily do that for you too.

Hog Roast Teddington catered a small private party on Saturday, where we were asked to cook a scrumptious Southern Slow Roast. Our customer wanted spicy lamb, barbecued pork and Cajun chickens for the mains, which we cooked low and slow for hours on the day, and served alongside tasty mac and cheese, jacket potatoes, sweet potato wedges and coleslaw – all our homemade delights, and this huge feast was the perfect meal to warm everyone up on this cold winter’s day.