En Croute Catering Ltd burst onto the scene in 1993 when Hilary Harris had a vision of bringing London style catering to Glasgow, something that was lacking at the time.
The business started as a much smaller operation from Hilary’s own home in the southside of Glasgow, where it remained for a number of years until it outgrew the family home. In 1998 En Croute moved to Elderpark Workspace and developed a very good relationship with the owners and have remained there to this day.
En Croute first started off as a corporate caterer, specialising in finger buffet lunches throughout Glasgow. It’s reputation quickly spread and people were interested in catering for their private functions, and Hilary was only too happy to take on this challenge. This has led to En Croute winning mutliple awards and accolades such as the CIS Excellence award for Caterer of the Year, the Scottish Wedding Awards Regional Winner for Caterer of the Year and The Lux Wedding Awards Wedding Caterer of the Year to name but a few.
The business has endured all the hardships of the last decade in the hospitality industry and has only come out stronger due to our loyal and dedicated workforce and customers. For this we are forever grateful.
In April 2018, Hilary Harris sharpened her knives for the last time and retired. The company has been left in the capable hands of her son, Mathew Harris, and James Forrest, a chef trained in some of the highest level kitchens in Scotland - such as The Kitchin in Edinburgh and The Peat Inn in Fife. They hope to continue to take the company from strength to strength.
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