Here to help

The coming together of people after a funeral ceremony can be an important and valuable time for people, but the organisation of such a gathering at a challenging time can be difficult. As leading Hampshire event caterers we are well placed to be able to take away the hassle, worry and time factor involved in organising refreshments for such an occasion.

The Little Kitchen team are experienced and committed to providing a professional, discreet and friendly service, and we are happy to work with the family to provide as much or as little assistance as required during the planning and on the day.


We offer a number of different catering options for such events and we can provide staff to prepare, serve and wash up, ensuring the event runs smoothly. We also are able to provide a drop off and hire service, if this is all that you require.

We encourage you to view our testimonials for more information about the quality of our food and customer service, as well as our attention to detail and client focus.

Call us on 01962 885600 or 07522 927567 or email us at and we can have a chat about how we can help you.

Richard Steel & Partners

We are delighted to be the resident caterers for Richard Steel & Partners at the newly refurbished Chesil House in Winchester. Offering a relaxed and peaceful environment, The Chesil Suite and The Garden Room at Chesil House are perfect spaces for a funeral ceremony together with a catered gathering for family and friends to enjoy the unique views of the River Itchen and beautiful gardens.

Feel free to contact us direct or visit Richard Steel & Partners or Chesil House and we will be happy to assist you with every aspect of planning a special occasion.

I am pleased to say that the service your team provided stood out as exceptional. The food was delicious, but what really impressed me was the quality of the service provided by all of your team. The staff I met, without exception, were professional, courteous, efficient, and charming. Food was always served with a smile and an explanation of what was on offer, and glasses were recharged on a timely basis without unnecessary intrusion. Young children were given special attention, with a kind word and communication at their level.S. Clarke, St Cross