The Deli Truck has just received a five star rating after its last health and safety check from the Sevenoaks council. Inspections have been getting tougher and tougher over the last couple of years as councils around the country are cracking down on unscrupulous, badly trained and dangerous food outlets.
We are delighted that the local council recognises the hard work, time and dedication the Deli Truck takes – making sure that it gets its food to its guests as fresh as possible while maintaining high standards of personal hygiene with spotless kitchens and appliances.
A wonderful charity evening at Herons Park in Lydd raised over £8,000 pounds for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity (#royalmarsden). With black tie and cocktail dresses the order of the evening was glamorous and fun, with raffles, prizes and of course food from the Deli Truck. We donated out usual fee to this much respected and hard working charity and produced a buffet that went down a storm.
The Deli Truck worked to a very tight budget as the organisors and the Deli Truck wanted as much money as possible to go to the charity. We produced three hot dishes for 150 people – A Thai Sticky Pork belly served with freshly steamed rice, a Chicken Cacciatore with a robust home made tomato sauce and loads of mozzarella, and a Texas style 100 percent beef chilli. We also made three fresh salads, a cheese course with terrine, fresh fruit and of course a vegetarian option of stuffed peppers as well as many other tasty dishes.
Three cheers to Stacey Christensen the organisor of the event and Hanna Tarrant the manager of Herons Park for a fun evening that raised so much money for a very worthy cause.
The Deli Truck Buffet at the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity Event.
Cheese and Terrine on a Deli Truck Buffet for the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.