Terms of Service


Our products are made to order. To secure your confirmed order, we require full payment for platters and boxes. For grazing tables, we require a 50% deposit 2 weeks before the event and full payment due 48 hours before delivery. We do not hold dates as we work on a first-come, first-served policy. For urgent matters, please contact us or email cheesetotable@gmail.com.

We request at least 7 days notice for cheese boards and larger grazing tables. 


Please be aware all platters are a mix of good quality artisan and/or farmhouse cheeses, charcuterie, gourmet crackers, nuts, dark chocolate, fresh fruit, dried fruit, olives, and condiments. This is subject to availability and what is in season.

It is your responsibility to inform us well in advance of any dietary requirements. While we make every effort to accommodate such requirements, this may not always be possible. Pricing may also vary.

It is also your responsibility to inform us of any food allergies or intolerances well in advance. Our platters are not prepared in an allergen-free environment. While we may be able to label items containing possible allergens ahead of time on request, there is a risk of cross-contamination. Anyone with a food allergy should refrain from consuming our products.


Surcharges may apply on public holidays and outside of business hours. We do not offer refunds, however, we do allow date changes if notified 1 week or more in advance. For cancellations, any deposit will be forfeited. All boards, serving equipment, and props are for hire only and must be returned within 48 hours.


A suitable table must be provided at the venue. Cheese To Table will not be liable for any circumstances, costs, liabilities or claims arising out of a failure to adhere to the table requirements.


Please allow between 1 - 3 hours for us to set up, depending on the size and requirements of your grazing table. Should a takedown service be required, please allow approximately 1 hour to clean and clear. 

Our catering is self-service only. If you require staff during your event to help top up or keep the table tidy, please let us know and we will quote accordingly.

Cheese To Table does not supply plates, cutlery or napkins. Disposable wooden cutlery and paper napkins can be supplied at an additional cost. Should you require ceramic plates and metal cutlery, please contact us for a quote. 


The limitations on liability set out below will not apply to any claim which is the consequence of fraud, dishonesty, willful concealment, willful misrepresentation or gross negligence by or on behalf of Cheese To Table.

Cheese To Table will under no circumstances whatsoever be liable to you in contract, tort (including negligence), breach of statutory duty, or otherwise, for any special, indirect or consequential losses arising out of this Agreement.

To the extent permitted by law, you acknowledge that Cheese To Table’s maximum aggregate liability to you, whether in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise, shall in all circumstances be limited to the aggregate value of the invoice issued to the customer by Cheese To Table under this Agreement.


Terms are subject to change without notice.