Even more canapes choices than ever before for 2017-18

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In the years since Club Class Catering started off in Edinburgh we have noticed many changes in the needs and of our customers. Food standards have risen and people have a much better idea of what they want for an event now, with expectations never higher and rightly so. “We still serve a lot of…

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Gluten free and dietary requests catered for here

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An increasing food trend especially noticeable over the last two years is a significant increase for very specific dietary requests. From being a rare occurrence Gluten free requests especially are now on the increase from both new and regular customers. We also cater with special alternative food choices for Coeliacs, lactose free, dairy free, lo salt,…

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Our commitment to quality & food hygiene

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Food hygiene pass logo

Each year we demonstrate our commitment to quality & food hygiene by being certified by the Food Standards Agency for Scotland, their job is to promote safe food and healthy eating. Their Eat Safe Award provides an incentive to food businesses to strive for food hygiene and food safety management standards beyond those required by law,…

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New BBQ 2017-18 menu from Club Class Catering

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burgers on a wooden board, with salad topping

We are happy to announce new Club Class Catering menus for 2017-18. All of our usual favourites are still there from business lunches and canapés, breakfast to celebration and party food for all sort of events, but after a few successful BBQ events held in Summer of 2015 and 2106 we decided to add barbecue…

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Sushi delights as perfect exotic finger food

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Sushi salmon and soy sauce on a small plate

When we started out over 20 years ago we could not ever have imagined regularly serving platters of sushi in Scotland, but we have fallen in love with it, for the same reasons that the Japanese enjoy it. The term “sushi” originally referred to the fermented rice that was used to preserve fish.. Although its…

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