For a special occasion to remember, try Hog Roast Walsall catering and you’ll see exactly what the fuss is all about. Our professional chefs and catering assistants will wow your guests with gorgeous food made from fresh, wholesome, local ingredients, including the meat that we cook for you, and not just hog roasts. While we are rightly proud of our signature dish, which we have perfected over many years, we also understand that our customers often need variety and choice, to ensure that everyone invited gets to enjoy lovely, suitable food. For bigger appetites, differing personal tastes and those with dietary restrictions, we offer a great range of tasty additional and alternative options, so you and your guests all get to eat together, regardless of the type of party or event you’re planning.
If you’re organising your Christmas party, whether it’s a private, corporate or public one, Hog Roast Walsall will certainly impress with our fabulous festive menu, where you can choose a meaty main from a slow-roasted free-range pig served with crackling, apple sauce and stuffing or whole-roasted turkeys served with cranberry sauce and stuffing, and there’s also a homemade vegetarian option if needed. You also get cauliflower cheese, roasties, pigs in blanket, a seasonal vegetable medley and our yummy gravy, and to finish off, traditional mince pies and brandy cream.
However, right now, you can enjoy our amazing Hog Roast Walsall winter warmer, where you also choose the meat you’d like to be served together with your choice of vegetables and potatoes, and we add those all-important trimmings of course. For a Scouts party that we catered recently, our winter warmer menu made sure that everyone stayed nice and toasty even though we served outside in the chilly air.
For this event, Brendan asked us to cook a traditional centrepiece hog, which produced tender, moist morsels of meat and salty, crispy crackling, and we also cooked fresh new potatoes, carrots, cauliflower and green beans, and served with our homemade apple sauce, stuffing and gravy. After serving seconds or more to dozens of Scouts, staff and family members, the hog was stripped clean and the vegetables and potatoes had all been devoured too and we knew that everyone had full bellies.