Where do we deliver?
We are based in Jesmond, Newcastle. We deliver our smaller grazing platters across the North East, but will travel further afield to Yorkshire, Scotland and beyond for grazing table bookings for larger events and celebrations.
Can we cater for allergies and intolerances?
Yes. If you are catering for a guest with allergies and intolerances (such as gluten or nuts) please let us know upon booking and we can work to feed all guests safely.
Can we make menu changes?
Our grazing table menu has been honed over time to reflect the finest locally-sourced produce, however, if you’d like to make changes to the menu (perhaps you love certain olives you had in Italy or you can’t stand blue cheese) then please do let us know and we will try our best to ensure your grazing table includes everything you like – and nothing you don’t.
How does pricing work?
Unlike other caterers, we charge a transparent price of £16 per head which includes all serveware, styling, set-up and food. We also offer add-on items – such as sharing salads and brownie boards – which are priced per head and listed on our website Menu.
Do we work with brands?
Yes! We love working with brands and have catered for many global firms, including MTV, Boots, Range Rover and Fenty by Rihanna. If you have a specific brief to work to, please get in touch and we’ll work our magic to create something totally unique to reflect your brand vision.
Do we supply crockery?
We have found that the appeal of grazing tables lies in their laidback approach to dining. We can supply high-quality bamboo disposable cutlery, plates and napkins, but we don't supply ceramic plates or silverware on our grazes.
How does the grazing table set-up work?
Graze & Gorge offer a truly hassle-free catering service; we don't require a kitchen or electricity, just a surface to set up for your graze. We cover this with durable, biodegradable paper to protect the surface, then set up the grazing table in time for your guests' arrival. We then return later the same day or the following day to collect the serveware, and voila! Couldn't be simpler.