Rupert Frazer Worden and his team at the Fine Dining Company are Iscoyd’s in-house catering team.
The choice of who should take charge of the Iscoyd catering was one of our most important decisions and Fine Dining were selected against stiff competition. They were chosen not only for the exceptional quality of food but also because of the passion and attention to detail they show for every event, large or small.
The Wedding Feast
After booking your wedding at Iscoyd, the catering team will get in touch with you to discuss your menus. They will guide you through this, offering advice and help in order to create the perfect menu for your Wedding Feast. You can see some sample menus here. These menus are a guide and will help facilitate your menu discussions but, like everything at Iscoyd, it is all about what you want so don’t feel tied to these menus, you can have almost anything you like!
Once you have chosen your Wedding Feast, Rupert and his team will cook it for you, so you can see what a treat is in store for your guests.
If you are here on a two day or three day booking, you can choose a wonderful private dining menu for the night before your wedding. This can be as elaborate or simple as you like with anything from Shepherd’s Pie to a fine dining experience available.
If you are getting married in summer and are here for two or three days you may want to consider one of Fine Dining’s incredible BBQs outside on the terrace, either the night before your wedding or the day after. Sitting at long banqueting tables or round tables if you prefer, this is a memorable way of beginning or finishing your time at Iscoyd.
Evening Food at your wedding can take many different forms. You will find a great choice of ideas in Fine Dining’s menus but there are some popular alternatives too.
We are very lucky to have Maynard’s Farm just down the road, one of Rick Stein’s Food Heroes for their fantastic pork – you really could not ask for a better Hog Roast!
Breakfast is included for those that sleep in the house and the Stable Rooms. Laundry Cottage is self-catering but guests staying here can have breakfast in the house if the Bride and Groom would like. Ingredients are locally sourced wherever possible, including home-made jams, sausages, bacon, eggs and black pudding from Maynard’s Farm a few minutes down the road. Freshly baked breads and pastries from the bakery and lovely fruit salads are all part of breakfast here.
Light Bridal Party Lunch
Light lunches, salads, sandwiches, fruit and crisps can be pre-ordered and served on the Armorial Landing to keep the energy levels up whilst getting ready.
Food and drink
Sample menus and drinks lists