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Welcome to Lou-Lou Fayre Cuisine

From artisan breads, patisseries, homemade truffles and macaroons to locally reared Shropshire beef, Welsh lamb and happy outdoor reared pork form just up the road, Lou-Lou Fayre Cuisine provides you with only the finest quality, high welfare and delicious food for your event.

 

Our reputation for providing the highest quality homemade food from our farmhouse kitchen even down to herbs from our own garden is well known throughout the area.

 

Whether you're catering a wedding, a hunt ball or a formal corporate event, Lou-Lou Fayre Cuisine is your ideal choice. Contact us today.

 

We promise you:

 

• Only the highest quality food

• Stylish & innovative cuisine

• Great range of menus

• Fresh, seasonal produce

• High welfare, local meat

• Excellent customer focused & personal approach

 

Over 27 years' experience

Celebrating over 27 years in catering throughput Shropshire, we have created and designed some delicious meals.

 

You can expect Cordon bleu standard cuisine which is traditional but with an innovative flair.

 

Our gallery has some stunning examples of previous creations.

 

Our owner and founder, Louise Cooke holds a Diploma De Cuisine, Diploma De Patisserie and prestigious Blue Ribbon Grand Diploma from the Cordon Bleu College in Windsor.

Amuse bouche to banquets

From a light finger buffet with canapes ideal for a business reception to simply stunning 3 & 4 course banquets for weddings, birthdays and anniversary parties.

 

Menus can be chosen from our brochure or tailor made to your individual tastes, themes and requirements. Please take a look at our sample menus for inspiration.

 

With Lou-Lou Fayre Cuisine we don't lose sight of the fact that we are catering for your individual needs - contact us to discuss your exact requirements and how we can make your dining experience memorable and worry free.

A taste of Shropshire with

     Cordon bleu cuisine

Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with sheer abandon or not at all

“Small cheer and great welcome make a merry feast”

William Shakespeare