Kosher Catering



We are proud to serve the Jewish community providing the highest quality and choice of Kosher food. Our team of professionals will also assist you in selecting the perfect location and style.

We are a licensed Kosher caterer and our Kosher catering and Kosher Style catering have progressed over the years and provide outstanding and exclusive catering options with a wide range of cuisine.
Our excellent service ensure we make a detailed plan of your wedding which include we carefully check all your menu ingredient, the quality of our suppliers and the presentation of the food.
Our professional support imply a full understanding of cultural imperatives and Kosher standards with a friendly, flexible and unobtrusive approach. All this happens behind the scenes, leaving you to enjoy a tasty and Kosher event.

 Menus supervised by the European Masorti Bet Din

Easy Gourmet can deliver Kosher catering under the direction and supervision of the European Masorti Ben Din as qualified by Rabbi Chaim Weiner.

The Masorti Bet Din will give on-site his guidance and supervision to our chefs and staff during all the different steps and phases. From the selection of the ingredients to the cooking procedures and the service delivered. He will supervise the menus, the equipment used and the kitchen.

Please note that the cost of kosher catering is often higher than a non-kosher catering. Therefore kosher catering can often increase the cost of a Jewish Wedding.

Kosher Style or Kosher Friendly Catering

The alternative to Kosher is called Kosher Style or Kosher Friendly Catering unsupervised.

Our chefs and staff were trained by the Masorti Ben Din to follow the Judaic Law in kosher catering during all the different steps that lead to the wedding.

A kosher style wedding reception is simple.  Meat and dairy are not combined. The chef will not cook with cream sauces and place over the beef dish.  A fish, eggs, fruits and vegetables entrée are parve. Parve is neither dairy nor meat and therefore is a neutral dish. Often therefore fish will be the main course. The kosher rules allow anything that has fins and scales. It excludes lobster, shrimp, prawns etc. All fruits and vegetables are kosher. Note: Kosher style does not make the food or the kitchen where the food is cooked Kosher.

This is a great option for those that may not use a Kosher catering but don’t want to offend.

Kosher Wine can also be provided.

If you have any questions about our Kosher service, please feel free to contact us. 



”We are thrilled to recommend Easy Gourmet as caterers and event managers for any wedding. From our first meeting we felt like we were in extremely capable hands. The manager asked all the right questions – making sure we’d thought about details that would never have occurred to us – and struck just the right balance between adapting to our preferences and not being reticent in making suggestions, drawing on her extensive experience.

 She made herself available for discussions several times in the months leading up to the wedding, and worked hard to make sure that all the preparations were in place. We also appreciated that there was a consistently transparent discussion of the costs, and that Easy Gourmet worked hard to allow us to eke the most out of our budget.

Their food was delicious, and they did a wonderful job of making our venue (Old Finsbury Town Hall, in Islington) look magnificent. The service was prompt and professional throughout.

Easy Gourmet had never catered a Jewish wedding before, and they did an especially good job in being flexible, understanding, and proactive in catering our Kosher function, working with the Masorti Beth Din representatives to draw up Kosher menus, adapt their cooking schedule, source kosher ingredients (some from France and Israel) and kasher their kitchen. We were very impressed, as were the Masorti Beth Din reps, who have worked with several other caterers.

We have no reservations whatsoever in thoroughly recommending Easy Gourmet caterers, as we have been to all of our family and friends. ”

Zack & Rachel