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Sloe and Wild Unique Food Experiences

with award-winning chef Mark Robinson

“ Food is at its most beautiful when it is innovative and fresh.
Cook to please and comfort, not just to impress!“

About Sloe and Wild

With a wealth of experience we will make any eating occasion one to remember, from a 4 course dinner to bountiful buffets, canapés, stunning street food and weddings. Sloe and Wild is one of Sussex’s most exciting caterers. With chef Mark Robinson at the helm… a food experience unlike any other. Sloe and Wild cover Hampshire, West Sussex, East Sussex, Surrey and further afield.

We are primarily an event caterer. We also love doing restaurant pop ups and supper clubs which have been a great success in Sussex. Mark and his team offer exceptional catering with a creative passionate approach to food and service, catering for weddings, events, private dinner parties and any celebrations.

As with any chef worth their salt, seasonality of ingredients is kept strongly in mind. Locally foraged wild food is therefore a passion and creeps into most menus


About Mark

Mark Robinson cut his teeth in country house, Relais Chateaux and Relais Gourmand Hotels in the UK and Australia. He has over 18 years experience working in London at the Terrence Conran flagship le Pont de la Tour, Blueprint Café and Rhubarb Food Design Event Caterers to name a few.

Following this, Mark moved into the London Gastro Pub scene, winning many awards including the London Evening Standard pub of the year. Life later moved to Sussex where he began Sloe and Wild. Mark also collected several county dining awards and another pub of the year accolade over the next 8 years at the Horse Guards Inn, Petworth. Sloe and Wild catering began fully fledged in 2018.


We are happy to create personalised menus especially for you, using your favourite ingredients or a nostalgic taste that tickles your taste buds and senses. We always look after vegans and vegetarians and are happy to cook totally vegetarian dinners at any event. If there are dietary requirements, it’s not a problem.

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