The Best Hog Roasts in Caldy
At hog roast Caldy we think that the only thing better than cooking for people with a love for fresh local food is cooking for the same people who’ve worked up an appetite, and in Caldy on the Wirral Peninsula that’s exactly what we find.
Although the peninsula has plenty of seaside towns where you can try the catch of the day, the people here also love their meat. Not far from Caldy is Church Farm Organics, an organic vegetable farm with an on-site butcher on Fridays and Saturdays. Further away is Claremont Farm, another organic food producer and host of the annual Wirral Food and Drink Festival. It’s clear to see the people here love to know where their food has come from, not really surprising in a town that was a farming community until the Twentieth Century.
That’s just one reason we love to cook for them. We source the meat for our hog roast Caldy pig roasts from local suppliers, and our chefs prepare everything on site while the meat cooks, so it’s great to know our customers get where we’re coming from. The other reason is appetite. There’s plenty to do around Caldy to get you in the mood for a feast. As well as rugby, golf, and archery clubs in the town, just a little further down the coast are plenty of other activities. Being so near the sea, there’s the opportunity to take your pick of watersports. At West Kirby Marine Lake, Wirral Sailing Centre offers sailing (as you’d expect) and also windsurfing, powerboating, and kayaking. For those who like the idea of watersports without the water, there’s also a sand yachting club at nearby Hoylake.
If all that sea air doesn’t get you hungry nearby there’s also Wirral Country Park, Royden Park, and Thurstaston Nature Reserve, all great for walking and nature-watching. With all these activities so close by, it’s no wonder the people of Caldy greet our hog roast Caldy pig roasts with such gusto.
Then again, what’s not to like about pork that’s been slow roasted in its own juices for six hours? If pork’s not your thing we also offer chicken, lamb, or beef, and vegetarian options, but we’ve found that a pig roast is an enduring favourite. Our chef carves the meat into soft floured rolls, piled high with apple sauce, sage and onion stuffing, and crisp crackling. It’s comfort food at its best, and if it doesn’t quite whet the appetite there’s usually enough for seconds.
Once our customers have cleared the food, our staff discretely clear away their rubbish to allow them to get on with the rest of their day. At hog roast Caldy we’ve provided roasts for all occasions, from watching football in the local pub, to birthday barbeques, to weddings with a full sit-down menu and waiting staff. We like to think that the food makes it’s own impression, it doesn’t need us getting in the way. An opinion we like to think is shared by all the supporters of local produce we meet in Caldy.