There’s nothing like working up an appetite before a meal and that’s why, here at hog roast Redhill we love doing pig roast for the folks at Redhill. There are all sorts of things on offer.
Along Redhill Brook lies The Moor, a wetland nature reserve that helps to stop Redhill from flooding. It’s a great place for walking, especially as it has all sorts of birds and insects to look at, including some massive dragonflies. There are plenty of opportunities for the environmentally-minded to take part in volunteering work, and with other reserves only a few miles away Redhill is spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful walks.
For those who like their exercise a bit more extreme you can also “Ride the Hill”, as Redhill also offers the unusual sport of mountain boarding. It’s basically snowboarding without the snow, with really big all-terrain tyres. Or there’s the High Sports centre, which offers wall climbing activities for adults and children as young as four! We think a day of that would be enough to make anyone need a decent meal afterwards.
Of course, some people prefer to watch others at sport, and that’s why we also cater for venues like Redhill’s fantastic pubs. It’s amazing to set up in the beer garden, under a gazebo in case it rains, listening to the fans shouting and cheering along with the football on the TV. It turns a match into a proper community event, as sharing a succulent hog roast Redhill pig roast really brings people together. No matter what they want to say about the game afterwards, no matter the score, the food is guaranteed to be a hit.
With lots to do in Redhill, it is no wonder that the residents of this town have huge appetites. We were hire by one of the local pubs for the FA cup final weekend in which they were expecting up to 100 guests. FA cup Final day is always a magical and special occasion; Sat in the sun with an ice cold lager in one hand and a succulent hog roast in the other, what could be better? Crackling, stuffing and homemade apple sauce was placed on a serving table before the hog was carved along with some soft floured rolls.
What’s not to like about tender warm meat in soft floured rolls, piled with apple sauce and sage and onion stuffing? Unless you’re a vegetarian, but we can bring meat-free options to make sure everyone is catered for. In fact, we’re so keen to make sure everyone has a good time, you don’t even have to have a hog roast Redhill pig. Turkey and chicken are also on offer, as well as lamb or beef for those who want to stick to meat instead of poultry. They all come with their own traditional accompaniments. Our chefs take care of all the set-up, preparation, and cooking, which leaves the bar staff free to watch the game too – as long as they keep the drinks coming! They really appreciate the chance to take part in the occasion, as much as the supporters.
There are events in Redhill that make it special, too. The London to Brighton veteran car run passes through town on its route every year, showcasing vintage cars to all the enthusiasts out there. There’s also an air display (unfortunately not able to run every year, but it’s a hit when it does) and a steam fair over the summer. It’s these sorts of things that bring people together, even more than football. It’s those great community events that make Redhill such a special place to cater for.