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Chef & Catering Services

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At Cedar Grange we are delighted to work with renowned local Cordon Bleu chef, Kate Bell who, with her team would be delighted to provide catering services for you during your stay. Kate uses her years of experience and expertise to produce a range of imaginative seasonal menus sourced from the freshest and finest quality local ingredients and has created 3 catering options to suit all occasions and budgets.

Fine Dining

Many of our guests take in the ambience of a country house visit and love to ‘dress for dinner’ booking Kate’s complete ‘on site’ chef services for their special celebration supper. Your very own chef will prepare, cook and serve your meal chosen from Kate’s seasonal Menus. The clearing and tidying is included in the cost, leaving you free to relax and enjoy fine dining and hospitality in the grand setting of Cedar Grange dining room.

Drop Off Catering

Drop off’ seasonal dishes are a popular option offering delicious top class catering, fresh local produce with flexibility on timings and perfect for a buffet spread. Kate prepares your selections and delivers your order to Cedar Grange, accompanied by fresh edible decorations and suggestions for serving as well as detailed heat/serve instructions.

Kate has also created a ‘Lighter on the Pocket’ range of dishes and many of our guests factor this service into their plans, usually favouring it as a delicious alternative to a take away or a pub meal.

If you are considering using these services it is recommended that you make your enquiries several months well in advance of your visit.    Please contact Kate directly on info@kateskitchen-rh14.co.uk

In the event that Kate and her team may be unable to accommodate your availability, please contact Penny our other favoured caterers at The Crown, Dial Post. Crowninndialpost@aol.com Please note that external caterers are not permitted.

Renowned local produce

Our historic county is known for the “seven good things of Sussex” which are: Pulborough Eel, Selsey Cockle, Chichester Lobster, Rye Herring, Arundel Mullet, Amberley Trout and Bourne Wheatear. Sussex is particularly famous for puddings: such was the reputation of Sussex that it was said that “to venture into the county was to risk being turned into a pudding yourself.” It is also the home of Banoffee Pie.

In recent decades Sussex wines have gained international acclaim winning awards including the 2006 Best Sparkling Wine in the World at the Decanter World Wine Awards.