Frequently Asked Questions
With our years of experience we know that you'll have lots of questions to ask about your forth-coming event. Hopefully our FAQs will help you to get some answers. Alternatively do not hesitate to
contact Natalie by e-mail or phone and she will talk you through every step of the process.
Q: What area do you cover?
A: We work mainly in the South East of England, please click here for more details
Q: What time will my chef arrive and require access to the cooking site?
A: At least 6 and a half hours prior to service as our hogs are cooked on site from fresh.
Q: Do you need access to power?
A: No, our machines cook on gas and turn on a 12v power source, both of which we supply.
Q: What staff are supplied?
A: With our catered options we supply one experienced chef to cook, carve and serve your Hog Roast. If you order salads and sides, these are served buffet style.
Q: How long will my Hog Roast be served for?
A: Normal service is up to 2 hours. A far speedier service can be delivered if required!
Q: How many people does 1 pig feed?
A: Our smallest pigs feed 60-80 and our largest feed up to 200, sized and priced accordingly.
Q: Can you do a Hog Roast for less than 60 people?
A: We can supply a suckling pig to feed approx 10 or half a pig to feed up to 40. POA
Q: Do you supply veggie or other meat options?
A: We can supply veggie burgers, lamb, chicken or turkey. POA
Q: What happens if there are any leftovers?
A: At the end of service any remaining food is placed onto platters for you to keep.
Q: What happens if it rains?
A: Catered options include a 3x3m gazebo to cover the cooking and serving area.
Q: If I choose a hire option do I have to clean the machine?
A: Yes, a £50 charge is levied if the machine is collected dirty.