Serving all your catering needs in and around the Saffron Walden area.
The Complete Gourmet
No requirement is too small – from intimate dinner parties to large shoot lunches.
From hiring glasses and crockery to suggesting venues, and of course supplying the food, to make your event the best that it can be.
Food – It’s What We Do
From office parties to customer events to impress, The Complete Gourmet can cater for buffets and formal dining for your company
Our friendly, efficient service is sensitive and unobtrusive. You tell us the numbers and whether there’s anything you like lots or less of, and we’ll do the rest.
Finger food, standing and eating or a more formal buffet. For adults, for children, for everyone, party food for all occasions
Do you have an event arranged, but no one to serve ? We can provide food and staffing for all occasions.
Drop Off Catering
Need catering in a hurry for a local event or dinner, we can rustle up whatever you need and take it to your event or party, to serve or to leave your guests to help themselves.
Only The Freshest Ingredients
At The Complete Gourmet we strongly believe in using local suppliers and look to use quality seasonal produce wherever possible and available. See our About page for more information about our local sourcing philosophy and preferences.
“Thank you very much for such a splendid afternoon tea. Mum would have been delighted with it.“
Valerie – Old Harlow
“A huge thank you to you and all your staff for giving Sophie and Hakim such a wonderful wedding breakfast. It really was a feast and went off without a hitch.“
Mandy – Bishops Stortford
“…our huge compliments on the amazing food today. It was wonderful, every part of it. Thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. The puddings were heaven and I’m about to tuck into my third helping! Thank you very much for making our lunch very special.“
Zoe & Steve
“Very many thanks for making it such a lovely and special day for Dads send off. The food was totally delicious.”
“Thank you for being so calm and for soothing my nerves beforehand, so many people commented on the ‘tea party’.”