Christening Party overlooking the weald of Kent for 48 adults and 30 children

We were asked to prepare a luxurious American style menu for a Christening Party in the grounds of a grand country house overlooking the Weald of Kent for 48 adults and 15 children. The host wanted smaller portions so that their guests could come back to the Deli Truck again and again if they wished to taste the whole menu – Diner style. Hot dishes like our famous freshly ground cheese and bacon hamburger and the sea bass sandwich were made on the spot as the guests requested. Served this way the guests received their food at it’s freshest and best. We become the Gourmet Takeaway in the garden. With a new member of staff on board the truck  – service was much more relaxed even when everybody wanted a Cajun fish sandwich at the same time. Thanks Laura you were fantastic. As the weather was so warm we decided to try our home-made lemonade on the party – 45 large juicy lemons to 10 litres of water, with just a little sugar syrup – seriously good and it disappeared very quickly.

Deli Truck Menu

Deli Truck Menu

Deli Truck lemonade

Deli Truck lemonade

Deli Truck view

Deli Truck view

Deli Truck clients eating

Deli Truck clients eating

Deli Truck "home made" "tomato sauce" onto her burger

Deli Truck client drizzling our home made tomato sauce onto her burger

Deli Truck clients ordering food

Deli Truck clients ordering food

Deli Truck happy clients

Deli Truck crowd

 

Deli Truck trifle

Deli Truck trifle

Deli Truck home made tomato sauce

Deli Truck home made tomato sauce

Deli Truck puddings

Deli Truck puddings

Deli Truck Burger

Our burger ready to eat

 

The Deli Truck

The Deli Truck just before lunch service began

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