At Nyama we provide Unique BBQ Wedding Catering solutions. We've super-succesfully catered at Wedding Receptions since 2003 and have been on the forfront of this new relaxed Wedding Catering Style where guests can mingle and enjoy the flavours of our Whole Roasted Spit Animals (Hog, Lamb, Chicken, Beef etc) and BBQ Items. Have a look at our Menu's (be sure not to do this on an emty stomach?) and why not book a spot at one of our famous Open Days to have a taste for yourself!
Reviews for Nyama Catering
Recommended by 100% of couples
Emma · Married on 06/08/2016
We booked Nyama for our village fete themed wedding after attending one of their open days - an experience I highly recommend! Initially we were confused about why we had to pay to go to a "sales pitch", but 10 minutes after we had walked in, with a cocktail in hand, hearing about the open bar, pig and lamb roasts, and the pudding buffet, I was convinced! And after we tasted the South African braai canapés, the biggest decision in any DIY wedding was made.Sent on 12/08/2016
We chose the British BBQ menu, and all I heard all day was that the food was "soooooo goooooood"! We had many people tell our bridesmaids that the food was amazing, and I heard compliments all night. Nyama were conscientious and thorough, and every element of the service was of the highest standard. The atmosphere of the bbq cooking enhanced our drinks reception and the buffet style was well received and well reviewed! When mum and I went over to say thank you towards the end of service, we met the sight of our copious leftovers being neatly packed up in boxes, ready to go into the fridge - these were later enthusiastically received by our evening guests!
Essentially, Nyama were exactly what we had been looking for in a caterer. They were local, they were fun, and pragmatically speaking they were cheap! I was thrilled with the service we received, they were entirely accomodating of everything we asked - even the last minute addition of a vegan guest was met with a "no problem!".
I think the best recommendation I can give is that twice, on the day, when asking friends about the food, I heard from not yet engaged men, "What's the name of the caterers? We should look into these guys!"