Testimonials

We love to talk but we are also pretty good at listening! Communication is the key to having successful, happy and rewarding working relationships with our customers and clients. At every opportunity we seek constructive feedback to ensure we are continuously improving our service. Here’s just a snippet of some recent catering reviews we have received:

“We are very impressed with the catering and, in particular, with Sharon and Jamie who both demonstrate detailed knowledge of residents’ needs and motivation to give the best possible service that they could.

I tried Sharon’s mushrooms and leeks today- to die for and should be on the menu in every restaurant in the country. I am going to make this tonight!!”

Care Home Manager

“We have been customers of Norse Catering for many years and we have always received the very best of service and attention. Dawn runs her kitchen extremely efficiently and has a fantastic team of staff who support her to produce up to 300 meals every day, plus up to 30 breakfasts for our hungry children at Breakfast Club.”

Headteacher

“The attention to detail in displaying the food is amazing and Dawn’s fruit displays need to be seen to be believed! How she manages to make such intricate fruit carvings is inspired and this really helps to promote the healthy range of fruit on offer every day. This encourages our pupils to try different, and sometimes more exotic fruits that they wouldn’t usually have access to.”

Headteacher

“Not only do our pupils benefit from the high quality food provided, but lunchtime is a daily highlight for our staff too as many buy their lunches from Norse. We have many visitors to our school and everyone comments on how much they have enjoyed their lunches are, often saying how much better they are than in their own settings!”

Headteacher

“We have been delighted by all aspects of Norse’s service. The transition for kitchen staff to new management and systems has been seamless and, most importantly, the quality of ingredients and meals are high. Thank you Norse.”

Headteacher