Frequently Asked Questions

Yes we provide free delivery on all menu orders within 2 miles of Post Code B77 1BW. Thereafter, delivery is calculated on the following basis:

Up to 2 miles – Free of Charge
The following charges apply to all orders under £50.00:
Between 2 miles and 5 miles £8.00
Between 5 miles and 8 miles £12.00
Over 8 miles please phone for a quotation

No, we do not make an additional charge for trays, lids etc., these are included in the price of your buffet.

Yes, we have been registered with the NFH since being established and are proud to hold the highest rating of 5. You can find out more here:

Due to the current pandemic situation we do not collect used packaging. Instead, we ask that you dispose/recycle each item in a recognised and environmentally friendly manner.

Yes, we can cater for all your party requirements including large numbers.

Yes we can. We like to work with you to insure you get best value for money.

Yes, we carry both Public and Employers liability insurance, details of which can be provided upon request.

Yes. Serving staff can be supplied as required. Please contact us for a quotation and further details.

Yes, we deliver outside of Tamworth although we may apply a small delivery charge depending upon the size of your order. We are pleased to offer free delivery on all menu orders within a 2 mile radius of Post Code B77 1BW. Please see T&Cs for more information.


Once cold buffet food has left the fridge it should be eaten within the shortest possible time up to a maximum of 4 hours. Any food not eaten within 4 hours of it leaving the fridge should be discarded and not reused. If food is left at room temperature for a long time, bacteria can grow or toxins can form and both of these could cause food poisoning.

The Food Standard Agency recommends that a cold buffet is kept out for the least time possible with a maximum of 4 hours:

Hot buffet food should not be kept out for longer than 2 hours once the temperature has fallen below 63 degrees.

Yes, we can cater for specific allergies such as celiac. Let us know at the time of ordering and we’ll make sure you requirements are catered for. Please note however, we do not operate in a nut free environment.

We like as much notice as possible though we do appreciate that this is not always possible, therefore we carry a various variety of fresh foods on a daily basis and if you are happy to leave the selection of sandwich fillings to us, then we can usually cater at very short notice. Never hesitate to call.

Our preferred method of ordering is via email or via our online Order Form, this not only puts your requirements in writing but it also allows us to respond and confirm your booking by return. Of course if you wish to discuss your order then you can telephone and speak to a member of our team.

Immediate payment is required upon confirmation of order unless otherwise agreed previously.

Should you cancel a confirmed booking due to inclement or for any other reason, then any payments made will be refunded only at the discretion of Clean Cut Catering. If we cancel any confirmed bookings then any payments made will be refunded in full.

The choice of fillings will be restricted to 2 choices when ordering for four or less. For bookings of over 15 we will be pleased to increase the number of fillings to Six or more, subject to availability.

Where possible and unless otherwise requested we will provide at least one vegetarian sandwich platter together with vegetarian accompaniments with each buffet ordered.

Clean Cut Catering is able to offer advice to clients in full compliance with the legislation introduced by the EU on 13th December 2014 (EU FIC). These European rules will be enforced in the UK by the Food Information Regulations 2014 (FIR).

The legislation is good news for consumers as information about allergens will be made clearer and offered in a more consistent way, enabling clients to make safer food choices. Clients (or those booking on behalf of clients) should, in advance, make us aware of any dietary requirements so when required we can provide specific dietary advice. This includes severe intolerances or allergies. As a buffet catering business, there is no requirement under the legislation for us to individually label foods, but we will provide general advice about the products we use, at the point of supply. It remains the clients’ responsibility to pass this information on to consumers (the people who actually eat our food).

In the legislation, there are fourteen major allergens identified:

Celery, Cereals containing gluten, Crustaceans, Eggs, Fish, Lupin, Milk, Molluscs, Mustard, Peanuts, Sesame, Soybeans, Sulphur Dioxide and Sulphites and Tree Nuts.

If you have any doubts about your specific situation then there are two things to remember:

First, ask us for advice.

Secondly, if your allergy is severe and you have any doubt whatsoever, do not consume our food.

If you are allergic to a food that is not on the regulatory list, it may not be included on the allergen information we give. If in doubt, speak to us first.


Further information is available from us or from the Food Standards Agency (

All menu prices are per person unless otherwise stated and exclude staffing.