Coast to Coast the Golden Roast Blog
Golden Roast Catering love to give back to the people of Newcastle, Maitland, Singleton, the Central Coast, Port Stephens, Muswellbrook and pretty much all through the Hunter Newenglend area. This year we have donated fully catered functions to be auctioned off at various events. This raised over $25,000 in cash for the local charitys.
The following charity organisaions were so happy when we wen't out of our way to find them not the otherway round.
Variety Special Childrens Christmas Party
SES state emergency service.
Thank you so much for your offer to donate to SIDS and Kids Hunter Region. It’s very rare that people contact us to give prizes to auction, we usually have to try and chase up people, so we appreciate it very much!
Our Ball was on the 10th October 2015, at Wests in the Starlight room, and we will have around 450 guests.
With tastes evolving by the day, and modern diners expecting catering of gastronomic proportions, the question that every event organiser faces is "How do I keep my guests, and my budget, happy at the same time?"
It's easy to decide to invite a Michelin star chef to prepare the most exotic ingredients for a night filled with magic and wonder. Whether that's possible is another thing altogether.
Do you find it hard to organise a catering solution for your colleagues that makes everyone happy? You’re not alone. Catering for vegetarians, vegans or people with allergies can be tough. In some cases it means ordering from multiple menus and different catering companies, just to try and satisfy everyone. This whole process is exhausting and can result in people avoiding assisting in the organisation of corporate functions. All because they feel there isn’t any food that caters to their needs.
As part of Golden Roast’s ongoing commitment to the community, we have started a blog on our website. Here you will find tips and helpful ideas and solutions for all your catering questions. We should know – having cooked and created hundreds of thousands of meals over the past 30 years across Australia.