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CateringIn-house catering means our menus can be adapted to suit you
We offer excellent in-house catering for Conferences and Events at Watershed. Oliver Pratt, our Executive Chef works with his great team of chefs to provide seasonal, organic food for all of your events. Conference sample menus can be adapted to suit your tastes and budget.
For examples of the catering you can expect as part of your event here at Watershed please contact us.
Our friendly and helpful in-house catering staff are on hand to ensure that you have everything you need throughout the day. We look forward to designing a menu especially for your event!
Oliver and the Kitchen Team
"The day went completely without a hitch. We had some fantastic comments about the day, the venue and the catering!"
Centre for Sustainable Energy
We offer locally sourced, ethical menus for healthy breakfasts, hot or cold finger buffets, canapés, bread and olives, and tasty working lunches including fresh sandwiches and tortilla wraps. All our catering is done right here in Watershed's kitchen and prices can be adapted around your needs.
"Food was excellent."
The Digital Film Company
To complement the seasons our wine and drinks list changes regularly - for the most up-to-date selection please contact us.
Our Drinks list includes:
- Fairtrade, biodynamic & organic wines
- Local and continental lagers, beers and real ales, some of which are organic
- Locally sourced soft drinks, some of which are organic
Please contact us for more information.
"Many very positive comments from delegates on the good range, amount and quality of the food."
British Orthodontic Society
Our friendly and helpful catering staff are on hand to ensure that you have everything you need for a successful event.
We're a unique conference venue
We have a passion for innovation and creativity and take pride in making your event stand out from the rest.
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