Chestnut Cart Hire
If you are looking for roast chestnut cart hire take a look at our beautiful wooden chestnut cart. The cart has been specially made for roasting chestnuts and designed to be used indoors and outdoors.
The roast chestnut cart hire is perfect for all kinds of events including weddings, parties, brand promos, shopping centre and town center events.
Roast chestnuts need to be specially prepared before cooking to bring out the best flavours, so when hiring from us the roast chestnut cart will always come with staff/chef to properly prep and cook your deliciously tasting and smelling roasted chestnuts.
Our chestnut cart is not just available in the winter season it is available all year round.
Take a look at our beautiful roast chestnut cart below.
We serve a minimum of 8 chestnuts per portion depending on chestnut sizes, we try to serve everyone a equal amount.
Shopping for chestnut cart quotes
When shopping around for quotes you will notice some prices will be cheaper and there is a few reasons for this, 1: The chestnuts they are using are the cheapest chestnuts you can buy and with them been cheap they are not the best tasting or smelling and will also serve you a very small portion. 2: The chestnut cart maintenance budget is very low so the cart is not kept to the best quality. 3: The staff are not paid a good salary and when this happens you will not get the service you would be hopping for.
Why hire a roasted chestnut cart from us?
We use only the best tasting high quality chestnuts you can buy, they could just be the best tasting roasted chestnuts you have ever eaten.
Our cart is always kept to a high standard just like everything else we hire.
Staff/chef are all trained and will always provide a professional polite services.
Branding our cart
If you are looking for a hot roast chestnut cart to help with your brand promoting or promotion then we can help. Take a look at the photos below of the space available to add your branding. The branding needs to be on removable boards and can be stuck to the cart by using blue tack or double sided sticky tape.
Carts for hire
We also have matching cart huts with other foods including Mr whippy ice cream, candy floss on a stick, slush, hot dogs, doughnuts, toffee apples (freshly made the day before).
If you would like to see our other type of carts available please go to our candy floss cart hire page by clicking here.
Frequently asked questions
Can the roast chestnut cart be setup indoors and outdoors? Yes our chestnut cart can be setup in doors as it is disassembles to be able to fit through doors. And yes it can be setup outdoors as the the roof is waterproof.
Do you need power? This depends on what type of cart you are wanting to hire. The cart with flat rood and gold wheels does not need power but the one with alpine roof needs a normal 13 amp wall socket.
Where do you hire the roasted chestnut cart hut: We hire the chestnut cart in Bath. Bedfordshire. Berkshire. Birmingham. Bradford. Brighton and Hove. Bristol. Buckinghamshire. Cambridge. Cambridgeshire. Canterbury. Cardiff. Carlisle. Castleford. Cheshire. Chester. Chichester. Cornwall. Coventry. Cumberland. Derby. Derbyshire. Devon. Doncaster. Dorset. Durham. Durham. East Yorkshire. Ely. Essex. Exeter. Gloucester. Gloucestershire. Hampshire. Hereford. Herefordshire. Hertfordshire. Huntingdonshire. Kent. Kingston upon Hull. Lancashire. Lancaster. Leeds. Leicester. Leicestershire. Lichfield. Lincoln. Lincolnshire. Liverpool. London. Manchester. Middlesex. Milton Keynes. Monmouthshire. Newcastle upon Tyne. Norfolk. North Yorkshire. Northamptonshire. Northumberland. Norwich. Nottingham. Nottinghamshire. Oxford. Oxfordshire. Peterborough. Plymouth. Pontefract. Portsmouth. Preston. Reading. Ripon. Rutland. Salford. Salisbury. Sheffield. Shropshire. Somerset. South Yorkshire. Southampton. St Albans. Staffordshire. Stoke-on-Trent. Suffolk. Sunderland. Surrey. Sussex. Truro. Wakefield. Warrington. Warwickshire. Wells. West Yorkshire. Westminster. Westmorland. Wiltshire. Winchester. Wolverhampton. Worcester. Worcestershire. York. Yorkshire. This is just to name some but we cover all of the UK.
When did roasted chestnuts first appear
As LiveScience explained, chestnuts have been roasted for centuries, and not just as a way to celebrate the season. Thousands of years ago, chestnuts were a typical food source for those living near the Mediterranean Sea because inhabitants weren’t able to grow other grains. So, they feasted on these nuts thanks to their fat, fiber, mineral and vitamin content. Full of vitamin C, folate, potassium, copper, selenium and manganese, the versatile food is a good source of nutrients, the University of California, Davis, wrote in a blog post on their Integrative Medicine website.
According to the LiveScience article, the first appearance of roasted chestnuts are a mystery, though they were thought to signify chastity for Christians. Some believe they popped up as a street snack in Rome during the 16th century. Others think they were first enjoyed on one of two holidays: St. Martin’s Day in Portugal or St. Simon’s Day in Modena, Italy.
Information source www.newsweek.com