Once an industrial heartland, now the home of music, sport and culture… South Yorkshire really is full of pleasant surprises. South Yorkshire is made up of four metropolitan boroughs: Rotherham, Barnsley, Sheffield and of course Doncaster. Doncaster is the largest of the boroughs and is filled to the brim with history, including Norman castles, Regency buildings and the railway, but has now been brought into the 21st century with spectacular shopping locations, thriving nightlife and delicious food from the Hog Roast Eggborough.
You’ll never be bored when you visit South Yorkshire, with hundreds of attractions here’s just a few to choose from… The Dome located in Doncaster is an Amazonia Adventure with a 7-pool water world with the UK’s only split level ice rink with interconnecting ramps! Why not check out the Tropical Butterfly House in Sheffield, meet the meerkats, owls, snakes and some other unforgettable animals. If sport or animals aren’t really your cup of tea, then we’re sure you’ll enjoy The Cooper Gallery in Barnsley, with a wide variety of exhibitions means there’s something for all the family. Hog Roast Eggborough also have a wide variety of menus, meaning that no family member or friend will be left hungry!
Yorkshire has created many foods in the past, but we think South Yorkshire in particular has founded the best most unforgettable foods e.g. Jelly Babies, made in Sheffield in 1853 by George Bassett, Henderson’s Relish, made in Sheffield over 130 years ago and the classic Hog Roast, perfected by Hog Roast Eggborough over 25 years ago.
Whether your event is being held of Meadowhall (one of Europe’s largest shopping and leisure complexes) or Doncaster Racecourse (the world’s oldest and longest classic horse race), we can provide our mobile catering services to you, with our equipment making Hog Roast Eggborough fully self-sufficient!
Above is a list of towns and cities we have catered in, however we are always happy to travel further to bring our delicious food to you. From Thorne to Beighton and everything in-between.