Recently, the Hog Roast Llanrwst team were hired by Andrew and Heather for their beautiful wedding day. The couple had hired Trefnant Village Hall, in Denbigh, for their wedding venue. The venue was fantastically luxurious and looked stunning on the couple’s big day. The food was to be served to the guests from a fantastically laid out buffet table. It was really important that the buffet was amazing for the couple’s big day was flawless.
The couple selected the Hog Roast Llanrwst team’s Menu Four for their wedding celebration. Andrew and Heather had chosen the slow roasted hog for the buffet’s centrepiece. The fantastic hog meat was served whole on the buffet straight out of the team’s Hog Master machine. The meat was carved on the buffet table by the team’s Catering Manager and the crispy crackling was carefully removed and served onto the buffet table. In addition, the meat was served alongside the traditional sides of apple sauce and homemade stuffing. In addition, the couple also requested for chicken and sausages to be served on the buffet alongside the hog. Furthermore, new potatoes served in melted butter, salads and bread rolls were served as sides on the buffet table. Moreover, a vegetarian option of lightly grilled vegetable and halloumi skewers which was served with pitta breads and a tzatziki dip on the buffet. All of the guests appeared to really enjoy the food, especially the bride and groom. In addition, at the couple’s request, the team also served vacherins of strawberries and sticky toffee pudding as the deserts.
The buffet was served from 5pm onwards as the evening service by the Hog Roast Llanrwst team’s Catering Manager, Colette. The team ensured that the cooking and preparation of the food ran smoothly and all of the food was on schedule. The cooking and preparation itself was undertaken onsite to ensure that the buffet harnessed a really fresh taste and all the meat was really tender from being cooked in the Hog Master machine. The buffet was served to 160 wedding guests and so it was important that there was plenty of food to go around.