Event & Wedding Catering services In Scotland

Multi-award winning Tabla Indian Restaurant offering event catering services in Scotland that provide a high quality, creative and reliable catering service for events of all kinds – including Wedding, Birthday party, Anniversary, Corporate hospitality, a Private lunch or Dinner party from 30 to 500 guests. Rather than have standard menus, we will work with you to tailor made the menu that suits your event and your budget.

Chef-Owner Praveen Kumar worked at The Gleneagles Hotel & Turnberry Hotel in Food and Beverage department, He will ensure that whatever the occasion or location your event will be a success. If you're looking for Authentic Indian Cusine event catering in Scotland, you're in safe hands with Chef Praveen and his Team.

At Tabla Caterings we use the best quality produce, primarily Scottish and locally grown vegetables in Tabla market garden in Perthshire, and Praveen's Family grown spices from southern India. We provide exciting, freshly prepared food that you and your guests will remember.

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Some of The Venues Tabla Catering provided the Event & Wedding Catering services.

 

Comrie Croft. Comrie - http://www.comriecroft.com/

 

Comrie Croft is a beautifully rustic site, located near Crieff in Central Scotland. It offers an alternative to the traditional wedding venue. If you are looking for a place to get married that isn't a formal wedding venue, where you can do your own thing - outdoors in the birchwoods and meadows, in the barn or farmstead courtyard. Where there is plenty of simple accommodation included so that everyone can stay and make a house party of it and where you can relax and be yourselves, then Comrie Croft may be the place for you.

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Erroll Park. Perthshire http://www.errolpark.co.uk/

 

 This stunning, private and exclusive venue with landscaped gardens for weddings and events situated in the heart of rural Perthshire.

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Fasque Castle.  Aberdeenshire  http://fasquecastle.com/

Fasque Castle is a naturally exquisite country estate with a beautiful baronial mansion at its heart, all for your exclusive use in the Scottish Highlands. The family of four-time Prime Minister William Gladstone bought the present house in 1829, twenty years after its completion. As apt, certainly, for cabinet meetings as family gatherings and formal functions, Fasque Castle now recaptures its historical heyday as a welcome place to come together.

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Carphin House. Cupar  https://www.carphinhouse.com/

Carphin House is a natural blend of historic tradition and modern comfort. The house offers 9 bedrooms, most of which are ensuite, with a country farm kitchen, Aga stove, TV room, a sitting room, sunroom and a beautifully furnished dining room.

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Fingask Castle. Perth  http://www.fingaskcastle.co.uk/

 

Fingask Castle is a country house in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It is perched 200 feet above Rait, three miles north-east of Errol, in the Braes of the Carse, on the fringes of the Sidlaw Hills.

A small Scottish estate sleeping 70 people, based around a historic castle and a great garden set up for exclusive entertainments, weddings, parties and Follies q.v. – ‘a great party palace!

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Falkland Palace & Garden.  https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/falkland-palace

 

Falkland Palace & Garden provides a unique opportunity to explore a royal ‘pleasure palace’ with a Victorian twist.

Inspired by the grand châteaux of France, in the 16th century James IV and his son, James V, transformed this favoured retreat of the royal Stuarts – the palace became one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture in Scotland.

One of Falkland’s most famous royal residents – Mary, Queen of Scots – was enchanted with the palace, and took advantage of Falkland’s vast estate to pursue falconry and hunting, while also enjoying a game of tennis in what is now the oldest surviving real (or royal) tennis court in the world.