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BURGER VAN & BBQ
BURGER VAN & BBQ

BURGER VAN HIRE

When it comes to providing tasty hot food at any type of event, then look no further than the mouthwatering menus provided by our chefs from KK Catering’s burger van hire. Why burgers are so important at events and on location A new study has found tha...

FISH & CHIP VAN HIRE
FISH & CHIP VAN HIRE

FISH AND CHIP VAN HIRE

  KK Catering's Fish and Chip Vans for hire What better way to mark a special occasion such as your wedding, a birthday party or company event than with a traditional tasty prepared serving of fish and chips with a fish and chip van hire from KK Catering Whether you are p...

PIZZA VAN HIRE
PIZZA VAN HIRE

PIZZA VAN HIRE

Pizzas are one of the world’s great fun foods. So, whether you are organising a special party, important corporate event, business function, or a wedding buffet, imagine the happy reactions of your guests when they catch sight of one our terrific pizza vans or st...

FISH & CHIP VAN HIRE

Who We Are

Here at KK catering we can help you plan the perfect event with the perfect food to accompany it, food is a major part of any get together and you need to ensure that your guests will be satisfied and enjoy their food.

We have all types of street food and mobile catering van for hire covering cuisines from all over the world so whatever type or theme of your event, party, wedding or family get together we can help create the perfect catering experience to ensure your guests talk about the food for many years to come.

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    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day – even at your wedding The post-ceremony meal is something many couples put a lot of emphasis on getting right ahead of getting married. The same, however, can’t always be said for the food served prior to the nuptials. This means that guests are often left to fend for themselves, despite the fact that they’re expected to arrive early. In fact, Wed2B has found that 92% of couples get married from as early as 12pm onwards. Let’s look at why this only increases the need for brides and grooms to co...

  • Why you shouldn’t feel guilty about having a cheap wedding

    Why you shouldn’t feel guilty about having a cheap wedding. Weddings are usually billed as the happiest day of a person’s life. Therefore, there’s always the temptation to splash the cash and make it a truly lavish affair. There are, however, people who would rather have a cheap wedding – and there’s nothing wrong with that. If this includes you and your betrothed, then it’s important that you don’t feel guilty about pinching those pennies. With this in mind, let’s look at why you shouldn’t feel guilty about keeping your wedding cheap....

  • The Art Of Juggling Priorities When Planning Your Wedding

    The Art Of Juggling Priorities When Planning Your Wedding It would be an understatement to say that brides and grooms often find themselves with a never-ending to-do list ahead of their wedding. There are, of course, those couples who rise to the occasion – but the vast majority would surely rather avoid too much hassle. What’s the solution? Well, it’s all about effectively juggling your priorities. If you do this, you should find that you’ve got more time on your hands to enjoy planning your wedding, as well as to give your undivided attention ...

  • Is it worth asking family to help pay for your wedding food?

    Is it worth asking family to help pay for your wedding food? Weddings aren’t cheap. In fact, they’re becoming so expensive that many brides and grooms can’t even afford to shoulder the cost alone. This is according to a survey by Hitched, which has determined that 50% of couples now lean on their family to help out. The question is: should you allow your nearest and dearest to help pay for wedding food? After all, their funds might be better directed to other aspects of your big day – such as the dress or the venue. With this in mind, let’s lo...

  • Brexit Day Office Catering

    Brexit Day Office Catering After what feels like a lifetime of waiting, things are finally moving. Yep, it’s confirmed: the UK will be leaving the European Union on the 31st of January 2020. Whether you see that as a cause for celebration or despair, nobody can deny the historical magnitude of Brexit. The 31st of January and 1st of February 2020 are going to be two of the most important days in the history of this country. That’s why we want to help your company create an event to mark the occasion. We can help you get your Brexit Day cate...

  • 3 Common Mistakes Brides Make When Planning Wedding Food

    Three common mistakes brides make when planning wedding food Planning wedding food can be a stressful experience, particularly if you choose a ‘DIY’ approach. It can be hugely tempting to spend lots of time and energy on decorating the tables and the venue, sourcing favours, and designing the table plan. However, although all of these elements are a big part of your special day, there is one even more critical element that you should always make sure you plan well in advance. It’s an easy mistake to make, but if the food you plan for y...

  • Three Misconceptions About The Catering At Winter Weddings

    Three misconceptions about the catering at winter weddings The five most popular months to get married are August, May, June, September and October, according to Wedding Wire. This means that brides and grooms might not have as many existing templates to draw inspiration from when planning a wedding in the winter. Unfortunately, due to this there are a number of misconceptions about what food is suitable to be served in months like December, January and February. Thankfully there’s still plenty of time to dispel these myths and choose a great catering...

  • Should You Let Guests Know Whats On Your Wedding Food Menu?

    Should You Let Guests Know Whats On Your Wedding Food Menu? The pros and cons You’ll need to let guests know where and when you’ll be getting married. The question is: do they also need to know what wedding food menu you’ll be serving? This is something to consider if you’re putting together your invites. After all, you might not have made a decision relating to the catering or you might not want to make a big fuss over what’s been served up. If you’re still unsure about whether your guests need to know beforehand, here are some pros and con...

Why Breakfast Is Important For Guests At Your Wedding

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day – even at your wedding The post-ceremony meal is something many couples put a lot of emphasis on getting right ahead of getting married. The same, however, can’t always be said for the food served prior to the nuptials. This means that guests are often left to fend for themselves, despite the fact that they’re expected to arrive early. In fact, Wed2B has found that 92% of couples get married from as early as 12pm onwards. Let’s look at why this only increases the need for brides and grooms to co...

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