Adaption is certainly one of the buzz words within Hospitality as businesses continue to adjust to changing market conditions, and changing customer needs throughout this pandemic. Purple Sage Kitchen by Ricky Jones is a private catering business that has actually grown as a result; offering a bespoke service and delivering restaurant-quality food to your doorstep.
And when we say restaurant-quality, we really do mean just that. Ricky’s generous Sunday roast with slow-cooked belly pork, crackling and Welsh cider sauce will leave you under no illusion that this is cooking from a passionate and accomplished Chef, with stints at Bar 44, Asador 44 and Hare and Hounds in Aberthin.
Since May 2020, Purple Sage Kitchen has expanded from home-delivered sausage rolls and picnic treats, to now offering a seasonal monthly menu with featured specials recommended by their customers. Dishes are typically Modern British, but you’ll find twists throughout. From Welsh rarebit dumplings with leek sauce to Moroccan-spiced lamb croquettes with a mint and cucumber raita, and Cheddar scotch eggs to chickpea and roasted squash tacos, you’re in for a treat with Purple Sage Kitchen’s small plates menu- think the ultimate carpet picnic on a Saturday night.
As we mentioned above, if the thought of pulling out those pots and pans on a Sunday is just too much at the moment- and we wouldn’t blame you- the roast from Purple Sage Kitchen is exceptional. At £18 for 1 course and £21 for 2 courses, you’ll have a choice from two meats and a vegetarian option too. And as if that wasn’t enough, desserts come courtesy of Coffi Fach, who work alongside Ricky. And while we can’t force you, you’ll know that the extra £3 will have been well spent when you’re tucking into their Welsh coffee bean and cherry tiramisu, or indulging yourself with their salted caramel and popcorn cheesecake.