We have continued with our Friday evening slot at St Piran’s Hall Goldsithney and Saturday slot at Marazion Community Centre (not this Saturday 12 September – see next post!). Thank you to all our customers – we’ve met so many great people locally and have built up a core of regulars who turn out every week come rain or shine.
Find us every Friday evening at St Pirin’s Hall, Goldsithney & every Saturday at Marazion Community Centre from 5 -8 pm
When weather is bad we will happily take orders from your car – in makeshift drive-thru style.
We will publish the menu on Facebook on the Goldsithney and Rellubbus & St Hilary community pages and on the Marazion & Marazion Covid support pages.
Look forward to seeing you.
From this Saturday 6 June Lafafa Catering will be serving food at Marazion Community Centre from 5 – 8 pm – see you there.
Friday evening at St Pirans Hall was a great success as many local residents had not had a chance to ‘eat out’ in recent weeks. We tried to be as careful as possible to encourage social distancing and ensure people could get their food without putting themselves at risk. Contactless payments were a big help.
We will vary the menu, try and give you all a little advance warning of the next menu and hope to see you there again soon
Thanks to all who came.
If you fancy a falafel – nip down to St Pirans Hall, Goldsithney on Friday 29 May.
Then every Friday from 5 – 8 pm.
This Fridays menu:
warm pitta filled with homemade hot falafels, hummus,
salads & freshly made dressings and pickles
warm pitta filled with marinated chunks of chicken breast
hummus, salads & freshly made dressings and pickles
Waxy potatoes, squash, onions, tomato quarters and spinach with Iranians dried limes, chilies, barberries, tumeric & cumin
served with couscous (vegetarian, gluten free couscous available)
Menu may vary weekly dependent upon demand.
Vegan and gluten free options always available
We were really pleased to be asked to provide meals for NHS frontline workers. They are doing such a great job in such a difficult situation we wanted to do our bit – so we are doing what we do best to let them concentrate on what they do best -save our lives.
So glad the NHS is financing this-with everything shut it must make things so difficult,
Both the wedding and the festival seasons are still going strong and Lafafa Catering is busy this week with a wedding tomorrow at Tipi Weddings and then NOURISH in Bovey Tracy on Saturday.
The trailer is just being spruced up for its first outing of the year at Trereife House Easter Fair this Easter weekend Friday until Monday – looking forward to seeing lots of familiar faces there.
Lafafa just got back from Port Eliot Festival – our sixth Port Eliot and as good as ever.
Meet Harry Goodwin who got his 10th filled pitta of the festival on the house for being such a loyal customer – you can imagine he didn’t have the time or the room to eat much else!
‘Best falafels ever’ said Harry ‘Lafafa has monopolised the festival food market’
(well for Harry anyway)