21st March, 2012 - Jane Short, Haslemere, Surrey emailed:
'Thank you for the delicious curries you delivered to me on Saturday. Everything tasted delicious, including the light and delicately spiced pillau rice. We had a great evening.'
17th February, 2007 - Chinese New Year - Year of the Pig - and the Mayor's Pig Collection at Haslemere Museum
The Mayor and Mayoress of Haslemere, together with the members of La Confrerie de la Queue du Cochon d'Haslemere and on behalf of all present wish to express their appreciation and grateful thanks to Dominique and Pat Chapman of The Curry Club for everything they did to help us celebrate The Chinese New Year of the Pig on Saturday 17th Febraury, 2007, at The Haslemere Educational Museum. And also to preview the exhibition of The Mayor's Pig Collection. The home-made Chinese food was wonderful, the service utterley professional and together this helped set the scene for an evening that whilst (intentionally) silly, will be remembered by most for many a long day as well as having raised more than £800 for the Mayors charities. Brian Howard and Emma - Mayor and Mayoress.
3rd June, 2006 - Paul Sims marriage to Bronwen at Barley Town House, Royston, Hertfordshire:
'Thank you so much for your professional service and fabulous food.'
20th May, 2006 - Hilary Nunn for Graham and Rachel Nunn, King George's Hall, Esher, Surrey:
'Rachel and Graham are on honeymoon for a couple of weeks and I wanted to contact you now rather than wait for their return - to say how much your fantastic food was enjoyed on Saturday. I've heard from so many people who had either decided to try the main menu but were a little unsure what to expect, to those who know and like dishes with names the same as those you produced. Without exception the comments have either been 'I didn't expect Indian food to be so delicious' to those who rated it as the best they've tasted and 'thirds' were enjoyed. Thank you so much.
My daughter-in-law told me today, however, that you may have had trouble locating the crockery you needed (she came to the bar area to feed her baby. If that was the case I'm really sorry as I understood that the boxes were to be laid out in the kitchen for you. As far as our guests were concerned everything ran seamlessly! A number of us turned out on Sunday to tidy up and had the pleasure of demolishing the leftovers. I only wish we'd left more!
Thanks again for your part in making the day such a magical one for us all.'
29th April, 2006 - Jose Stead for Macmillan Cancer, Grayshott Village Hall, Surrey: