share plates

Perhaps it’s a group of life-long friends, or new colleagues just getting to know each other – either way, breaking bread is the ultimate way to connect. This style of service offers a more casual approach to seated meals, perfect for rustic, hearty dishes.

For a boisterous Moroccan dinner party, we topped sultana-studded cous cous with slow-cooked lamb and saffron yoghurt, served alongside date and cauliflower tagine plus herb-laced cucumber salad. Needless to say, those platters did plenty of rounds.