Congratulations to Patrick and Philip who married in West Penwith and had a fabulous reception at the Newlyn Gallery with Lafafa catering providing a colourful tasty Middle Eastern spread.
Thank you so much to Chloe and Steve for this great testimonial. Lafafa Catering provide the food at their lovely wedding earlier this year at Enys House. Fabulous photos by Enchanted Brides (enchantedbrides.pixieset.com)
Lindsay and Annie of Lafafa catering are an absolute joy to deal with. We had chosen a venue with no catering facilities so we were looking for a caterer that could be quite flexible and self sufficient. From the first few emails it was clear that Lafafa would be perfect. They helped us choose a selection of dishes, and we came away from a delicious tasting session with absolute confidence that our wedding breakfast would be fantastic. Lindsay met us at the venue in advance of the reception to discuss logistics and she offered loads of helpful suggestions to make the day run smoothly and to maximise our budget. The meal that Lafafa prepared for us and our 80 guests was exceptional. The salads were just as fresh and the meat just as succulent as it had been during the tasting, and some dishes even came decorated with edible flowers which Annie had matched to our colour scheme – you would never have guessed that our venue had no kitchen. We had so many compliments on the food, and particularly from the traditional ‘meat-and-two-veg’ types who had been a bit nervous about trying something different. We can’t thank the Lafafa team enough.
Feedback from a recent wedding:
So happy we chose Lafafa for our wedding catering. The food not only tasted amazing but was so colourful! So many people commented on how great it was, and refreshing to have something a bit different. Thanks you so so much.
Thanks Ella, who had a beautiful wedding on the Tracey Estate, Honiton.
Lafafa Catering also did another wedding recently at Rame Head.
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We’ve been full on so far this season with several weddings and festivals, old and new. 2weeks ago we did a 3 day wedding at Porth an Alls, a very local venue and a fabulous wedding for the most lovely couple.
2 festivals this weekend and then another wedding the following weekend.
We just wanted to say thank you so much again for the wonderful food you cooked for us for our family wedding gathering – it was delicious (as I knew it would be) and our families all loved it (Jonathan said it was one of the best meals he’d ever eaten!). It was a perfect way to spend the evening before the wedding.
Mary and Jonathan
and thank you Liz & Tom for feeding back to us.
It is always wonderful to know that we have helped make the happy couple’s day.
‘Several guests said it was the best wedding food they’d ever had’ and the bride and groom agreed that it was exactly what they wanted – ‘incredible vegetarian food!’
Thanks to the team – great job!
Great feedback from the happy couple and their guests at a recent vegetarian Civil Partnership last week:
Thank you for the amazing food, amazing attentive staff and even the hardcore meat eaters were considering eating less meat! My vegan friend said it was lovely to be looked after and it was the best wedding food she’d ever had and she didn’t even have to dig into her snacks!
It was a great event – congratulations to the happy couple.
quote from the wedding organiser at last Saturday’s wedding on the Camel River.
Well no – we cannot claim to be better than Ottolenghi but It was the best ever compliment coming from a chef who was also brother of the groom at this last weekend’s wedding.
Especially as we see Ottolenghi as an inspiration, we were extremely happy to graciously receive the compliment whilst totally acknowledging that we had an amazing location, ambiance and occasion on our side.
May we take this opportunity to compliment Ottolenghi on his culinary vision and flare that lead us on our journey of discovery in Middle Eastern cuisine; he is often the starting point of our Middle Eastern feasts. I’m sure he would recognise more that the odd dish in our repetoire but when something is so good why would you not use it!