Catering for family and business events in Kent since 2013

Afternoon Teas – delivered

Classic, premium, kids, vegan or veggie, our afternoon teas (or cake trays) can be ordered for all of your special birthdays or anniversaries – or simply to say ‘thank you.’

Our afternoon tea options


Your lunch – delivered

Would you like a freshly prepared hot lunch delivered to your door, desk, place of work?

This weeks delivered hot meals


Parties, Picnics and Event Catering


We have been catering for family parties and corporate events large and small since 2013. Every Oh Crumbs order is tailored to meet individual needs and budgets so please email us or phone for sample menus and a personalised quote.

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catering with a conscience… FRESH, LOCAL & TASTY

We support disadvantaged and socially isolated people providing employment, training and mentoring opportunities. Our aim is to act as a launch pad into the catering and hospitality industry. Any profits are reinvested into our community so that we can continue to offer outstanding support.

We provide high quality, affordable, bespoke catering from our premises No19 Tontine Street.

Our training program includes mandatory training such as food hygiene, health and safety and first aid, accredited qualifications in a range of subjects, apprenticeship schemes, personalised support to become work ready or move on to further education or training.

We produce high quality buffet platters, afternoon teas and bespoke menus made from fresh, locally sourced ingredients at affordable prices.

All allergies and diets are catered for e.g. gluten free, lactose intolerant, vegan, diabetic, low-carb diets.

Contact Us


07599 608 427

Working Hours

Available 6 days a week (Sundays and evenings by arrangement)

Office Hours

6.00am - 4.00pm

Kitchen Location

17-19 Tontine Street
Kent CT20 1JT


    Would you like to work in a completely inclusive Catering Service/Community Café that uses surplus supermarket food to produce high quality, low cost meals whilst creating jobs and training opportunities for adults with disabilities?