This Week’s Menu
Wondering what’s on offer this coming week? You can browse our menu for home delivery of ready meals below or by scrolling through our shop page. A downloadable PDF of the full version of our current weekly menu (including desserts and other Build-a-Meal items) is also available here. If you desire to see even more […]
The Room of Requirement
Central to the adventures of Harry Potter was the Room of Requirement. This part of Hogwarts changed itself to being whatever the wizard or witch needed it to be. This is the idea behind Dish’s Room of Requirement, our own event space two floors above our kitchen in Observatory. There is no such thing as […]
Our August promotion team-up: SweepSouth
About a year ago, a new customer posted a review on our Google page: “One of the finds of Lockdown. Great food and value for money.” His comments blew us away, and then he backed it up by ordering food every week since then. We feel the same way about SweepSouth. We started using their […]
Frequently Asked Questions: Weekly Menu Is your weekly family meal menu available online? Aside from browsing the items in our online store, the full menu for the current week can also be viewed as a document, which is always available via this page. Do your meals include side orders? Our Daily Specials, Smart-Carb Meals, and […]
It Shouldn’t Happen to a Caterer
My drive home on Thursday evening involved a detour via the supermarket (let’s just say I wasn’t enthralled at the prospect of eating chicken for the third night in a row). Amongst the options was lamb mince, which is not something I often see, immediately available.
What’s a girl to do with lamb mince, other than koftas? And, if you’re going to make koftas you may as well go the whole hog (purely in a manner of speaking, of course) and do an entire Greek dinner. So, one thing led to another, resulting in a little themed evening on Friday.
However, I interfered in Aedan’s baklava at just the wrong time, in that I poured the syrup over the dish’s contents before it went into the oven. The result (still tasty, admittedly) was the not-quite praline version of baklava, which goes to show that anyone who gets me on their catering job – rather than one of my fabulous kitchen professionals – truly has the F team.