The Oyster king will regale you with tales of the oyster’s origin – separate fact from myth, and put on a show when it comes to cracking open these mystical bivalve molluscs. Even if you’re not tempted to try, you’re sure to be entertained.Questions and cajoling is encouraged from both sides, making it a truly enjoyable interactive experience. Shucked and served au naturel you have the option of adding a dash of Tabasco, a dribble of lemon juice and a sprinkling of freshly ground black pepper to spice up the plump, creamy oysters. All that’s left for you to do is slurp them down!

How we work: The Oyster King brings his flamboyant, frivolous flair for a minimum order of 50 oysters per function.The service is not limited to a number of guests or type of event so the team of Oyster Kings (or Queens) helping to spice up your event can be staffed as required.


Made in front of your very eyes, the Sushi Queens use nimble fingers and practiced gestures to create refined hand rolls using fresh tuna and salmon, and also offer avocado and cucumber maki rolls for those with a penchant for a more vegan alternative.

Guests will receive individual attention with Geisha-like prowess, while indulging in a treat that is both delicious and healthy. Introduce your senses to the Orient with the aroma of rice wine vinegar, pungent wasabi paste, and lashings of soy. Our beautiful Sushi Queens are dressed in a glamorous Asian style to add an exotic touch to your event.



The most glamorous and refined of delicacies, caviar adds an exclusive touch to your event. Taste a teaspoon of these black mysterious pearls and be transported to the dramatic and intriguing world Tsars and Tsarinas, princes and princesses. It really is the food of royalty and as always our Caviar Queen will have many a tale to tell.

Served in the soft curve between one’s index finger and thumb or on a blini with a dollop of creme fraiche, the Caviar Queens really are set to delight across all senses. The delicate burst of the sea on the tongue is as close to sensual as one can hope to get in polite company.Did you know caviar is one of the oldest royal delicacies? Before raw oysters, before champagne, before even truffles were deemed a delicacy, caviar was coveted by Royalty and the aristocracy. Ancient Greeks, Romans and Russian Tsars were all known to splurge on caviar.


South Africans just can’t resist biltong, and with good reason. This delicious meat treat is a filling snack that tickles your taste buds with its spicy, smoky flavour. Biltong brings people together and our Biltong Queen is more than happy let you gather round and nibble on delicious biltong and droëwors. Of course, she has a story or two to share about South Africa’s favourite nosh.

Have South Africa’s favourite snack served at your next shindig by one of our Biltong Queens. They’ll swan around the gathering serving Droëwors and sliced Biltong with a sprinkle of chilli, should your guest dare to spice things up.


Bubbles make every event better!

Bubbly Queens add a touch of elegance and effervescence to your event. Our Bubbly Queens are the most beautiful in the land, quick to charm and ready with a champagne flute at hand. The queens are equipped with exquisitely designed belts holding 14 baseless champagne flutes so that they are able to move through a crowd with grace and ease. The bubbly is flowing and the guests are glowing, it’s an event they won’t forget. The Bubbly Queen’s favorite bubbles come from a true connoisseur, Graham Beck.

Choose from the distinguished palates of exquisite Graham Beck Brut, Graham Beck Blanc de Blancs and Graham Beck Rose to bring perfection to your event, and let the mystique of the Bubbly Queen entertain your guest list.
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Try this sweet and chewy confectionary with a soft, fluffy interior, that melts in your mouth. There’s nothing more royal than a macaron.In fact, did you know? “Some have traced its French debut back to the arrival of Catherine de’ Medici’s Italian pastry chefs whom she brought with her in 1533 upon marrying Henry II of France”.

It’s tidbits like these that our Macaron Queens will share with you about this regal French delicacy. Each tender sweet bite will delight your senses and are available in any colour and a variety of flavours. To spice up the macarons, our Queens will inject them with a bit Amaretto, whenever the client would like this.


Is it a lollipop or a cake?

A delicious morsel of cake covered by a sugar layer and decorated on the spot with glitters. A sweet treat that’s easy to eat. Desert on a stick, just pop it in your mouth and indulge in this little ball of joy. The cake pops combine the youthful whimsy of a lollipop and the sophistication of specialty cake flavours, making them fun and delicious, and therefore the perfect dessert. Cake Pops can be enjoyed in a variety of flavours and colours to blend within the theme of any brand or event.

Let a Cake Pop Queen decorate a treat especially for you.


Who knows what the future holds?Ask a Fortune Cookie Queen. She’ll crack open a fortune cookie for you, and with a flourish, reveal some of life’s mysteries. She may also reveal some of the mysteries of a fortune cookie… How does that paper get in there? And where do fortune cookies comes from? Hint: It’s not China.

Customize your event’s fortune cookies by printing special messages and add that special touch to your soiree.


The most refreshing Queen for your event!The Ice Lolly Queen will present you with the most spiced up ice lollies you have ever tasted. The combination of the interesting flavours and high quality ingredients, provided to us by Las Paletas, are irresistible. The ice lollies are all handmade, with love from earth.Did you know Nero, the Roman Emperor, loved ice lollies? He blended snow from the mountains with rosewater, honey, fruits and tree resin. Ice was only a product for very wealthy people at that time. A very royal delight as can we attest!

The Ice Lolly Queen is perfect for any time of the day. Have you ever met a person who doesn’t like ice lollies? It can be served as a delicious refreshment or an exotic dessert.Las Paletas


In Japanese food terminology, the word "sushi" actually refers to vinegar rice, and not fish.

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