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Ror's Kitchen are not your usual caterers. We're all about experience - sharing platters, wheelbarrows of canapés, mountains of pudding. We're not really into stuffed chicken. We like different.
Pricing & Costs
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Mobile Bar Services
Tables and Chairs Provided
Bar / Cocktail Service
Chinese / Japanese
Latin / South American
Western / European
With more experience in the industry than we'd like to admit, Ror's Kitchen cater for weddings from 30-250 people throughout Scotland. Everything we do is planned just for you. No set menus, no set prices. Whether we take inspiration from the streets of Istanbul where you got engaged, or make the whole menu extra spicy because your ball-and-chain to be loves spice, we'll take a clean sheet approach to deliver something just for you. We can take care of everything from the first champagne cork flying, to sweeping up your last guests crying (with joy we hope!). Food, canapés, bar, event etc., you name it, we'll give you some interesting ideas.
Personal Message from the Manager
Name of Wedding Contact: Ruaraidh (Ror)
Hello! We'd love love love to make your day extra special, extra memorable and extra different (in a good way!). We work mainly with couples who want something a bit different, working on just a few weddings a year, normally no more than one per week, so you'll have our complete attention. Drop us a line, let's meet for a beer and discuss your day.
Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
Between 30 and 50
Public Liability Insurance
No. of People In Team
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What is your most memorable wedding?
45 minutes north of Ullapool, glorious day, 3 day wedding, nightmare for logistics, but stunning place and our team smashed it!
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Different. Quirky. Creative. Unique. Another adjective.
What about your business are you most proud of?
Enjoying everything about what we do and being true to ourselves.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Start early, but relax - it's meant to be a fun day. Not everything can be, or needs to be perfect.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
Stilletto caps to stop ladies sinking into the grass.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
1. Get to know you. Discuss things from scratch. Throw around some crazy ideas. Get rough ideas about timeline of your wedding. 2. Send refined ideas in a more condensed form with some costs. 3. Get to know you a bit better and go through ideas and costs. 4. Refine again, email back. 5. Meet up again. Tasting? 6. Final tweaks. Final figures. 7. Your married - big hug and high fives!
How would you wow the judges on Masterchef?
To be honest, probably wouldn't go on Masterchef... but... our own cold smoked salmon is epic. As is our hot smoked salmon. Or home cured venison.
What is the most innovative dish you have created for a wedding?
Our traybake wedding cake, with 6 tiers of everyone's favourite.
What is the food of love?
What kind of question is this! Probably foraged chanterelles from Perthshire, eaten fresh, fried in a touch of garlic with parsley, on toast, with just a touch of earth still in the mushrooms.
What is your secret ingredient?
Maldon sea salt, not really a secret, but I take it on holiday with me I love it that much.
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