The hard workers at Immingham Combined Heat and Power Plant were the lucky diners at Hog Roast Habrough’s latest corporate catering event. Client Matt wanted a sumptuous lunchtime feast for 150 workers at the Heat and Power Plant, and the Habrough team were immediately on board.
As the workers were having a buffet that was prepared by Catering Manager Rob from Hog Roast Habrough the guests were guaranteed a slap up meal. The menu for the event was full of lots of tasty treats. With a serving time that lasted from 11:30am until 2pm Rob had to make sure there was plenty on offer for everyone to enjoy.
There was a delicious Classic Hog Roast, complete with crispy crackling and homemade sage and onion stuffing. Also there were platters of grilled vegetable and halloumi skewers and very tempting, tasty BBQ pulled jackfruit. Completing the feast fit for royalty was fresh mixed salad, crunchy coleslaw and a large number of soft gluten free rolls that everyone could have.
To ensure that the catering for this event was within the government guidelines for events many social distancing measures were used. Catering Manager Rob wore a mask, visor and gloves (PPE) while preparing and then serving at the buffet table. A hand sanitising station was also set up some meters away from the serving table, and there was a sign reminding the guests to clean their hands before approaching the buffet.
As part of the catering package the clients had selected Hog Roast Habrough provided not only the Chef, food and catering equipment so that the dishes could be made fresh on site on the day of the event, but they also provided wooden crockery and cutlery for the guests to use. These pieces of crockery and cutlery, along with the rubbish were taken away by the catering team at the end of the event to be reused and the waste disposed off responsibly.
The feedback from the clients about the service they received was overwhelmingly positive. The clients and guests were absolutely chuffed with the buffet and Rob’s hard work.