Bowl Food

Bowl Food

We are always looking for innovative ways to serve our menus.  Bowl Food is the fashionable way to eat lots of small dishes exploring flavours and styles and not getting stuck on a table next to someone you have nothing left to talk about!  Mingling guests and moving waitresses with a selection of exciting dishes.  Please read below a mixture of canapé and bowl foods, spreading the grazing over the whole evening plus a few items for picking at.  It covers all the bases, go on get stuck in, choose 3 from the top, 3 from the middle and 3 from the bottom!  (A kitchen is required).

Let’s get started

Canapes, I suggest you choose 3-6pp
Cockle and bacon tartlets with sautéed samphire
Pea and parmesan arancini
Goats cheese, mango chutney and celery cress cones
Ratatouille bilinis with baby basil leafs
Teriyaki salmon, avocardo and black sesame seed baskets
Local asparagus tips with hollandaise
Crab lollies with roasted vine tomato coulis

 

Nibbles

I suggest 1 bag of nibbles is fun
Homemade lemon and cumin hummus with griddled flat breads
Personalized bags of spiced maple nuts
Mixed vegetable wedges with sea salt and aioli

 

Turning it up with little bowls, shells & bamboo’s

Please choose 3-5, this is the main event

Grilled king prawns shredded Chinese leafs, coriander, lime & almond dressing
Pork & olive meatballs on creamy sweet potato mash
Summer pea and saffron risotto with scrolls of parmesan
Salt and chilli squid
Bbq chicken nuggets with ranch dressing, chard corn & chips
Wee butcher’s bangers sausages with creamy mash & onion jus.
Falafel & pitta fingers with minted couscous, fresh yoghurt and harissa sauce
Fresh Pesto linguini & rocket salad
Chorizo and chestnut mushrooms in red wine
Pork and wild mushroom stroganoff & wild rice
Poached salmon, pea puree and grilled asparagus wraps, pickles
Thai beef curry husk
Mini home made Welsh beef burger, chips and slaw
Jeweled spiced lamb and crispy noodles
*Sirloin of Welsh beef with hot Roast beetroot and horseradish salad
Free range chicken, leek and ham pie

Sweet Treats

Everyone loves pudding and it punctuates the end of the feasting, Choose 2-4
Irish coffee shots
Strawberry dipped in chocolate
Roquefort on homemade digestives with port and plum chutney
Lemon posset macarons
Double chocolate mousse cones ‘99’s
Jam doughnut buckets
Rhubarb & custard tarts

Bon appetite

Canapés £1.00p per item per guest
Bowl food £3.50 each
Nibbles £1.50p per item per guest
Sweets £2.50 per item per guest

Waiting staff @ £15.00 per hour (min 4 hour shift)

All cones, bowls are included in the cost

Glasses, Ice, Cocktails are easily arranged, please ask

Plus vat

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