PJ Taste

PJ taste are a Sheffield catering company with a reputation for producing outstanding food for any occasion.

They are champions of seasonally inspired local food and pride themselves on the range and variety of locally sourced ingredients used in their dishes.

PJtaste-TheSheffieldEgg“We focus on excellent produce and personal service and using our own flourishing forest garden helps feed our creativity and gives a unique edge to our food” said owner Peter Moulam.

PJ Taste was the brain child of Peter and his partner John Fitzpatrick who launched the business in May 2006, from a coffee shop on Glossop Road.

Since then then the company has gone from strength to strength  expanding from small beginings into a full external catering business, whose  regular clients include The University of Sheffield, the Millennium Galleries, Wake Smith, Twinkle and St Lukes.

Peter said:”Today as well as our own unique meeting, dining and event venue in Attercliffe, which in keeping with our ethos was developed using locally sourced, sustainable materials’ we deliver to business and families throughout Sheffield and Derbyshire”.

“Famous for our Sheffield Egg our office buffets and corporate fine dining options provide our clients with unique and delicious food. Our bespoke menus for wedding clients feature a range of options from plated banquets for 200 people to spits roasts and wood-fired pizza”

“A key strength of PJ taste is our dedicated team who all understand and work to our shared values. This helps ensure our customer focus, strengthens our local sourcing mission as well as supporting and developing our own individual contributions as part of a collaborative team.”

“ We are now  working with Sheffield College. Through the PJ Taste academy we are helping to develop the next generation of chefs and caterers” Peter addedLemon Posset - PJ taste

As well as sourcing from local suppliers PJ Taste have a wide ranging sustainable philosophy.  They operate a “zero waste” kitchen which ensures every element of an ingredient is utilised from breadcrumbs made from excess crusts to stocks and gravies from bones.

Any final organic waste goes for compost used in their permaculture style of growing, which encompasses fruit trees, interesting perennial vegetables as well as a large number of honey bee colonies providing their own honey.

As part of their commitment to the environment, they have also  operated an electric delivery vehicle since 2015 which is re-charged via the 37 solar panels on the roof of our venue in Attercliffe.

During 2020 PJ taste would like to offer Chamber Members Free Room Hire for a first booking in our lovingly restored meeting, dining and event space.  For more details and to book visit: www.pjtaste.co.uk/sheffchamberoffer