Spot-On, the go-to caterer in town

Two decades of service and still going strong.

01 April 2019 | Business

Spot-On Catering celebrates its 20th anniversary in July.

The business was established in 1999 as an addition to the existing Spot-On Shopping Centre that has an even longer history - a whopping 38 years!

The catering services along with the shopping centre are run by Melanie van Wyk and her daughters Mercia Robberts and Lizane Thiersen.

Spot-On Catering first began catering for bars and later branched out to food and tent hire.

“An increase in requests for bar services was the cornerstone for the development of Spot-On Catering,” Mercia said.

“The demand for a catering company within the corporate world that is equipped with all the required necessities grew, and as the years went by we started supplying clients with all the cutlery and crockery. Eventually ended up planning and executing the whole event. The shopping centre plays a major role in our catering business. We have our own bakery and butchery, along with the liquor store that allows us to provide cost effective prices to our customers,” Mercia said.

This year Spot-On Catering was awarded a PMR Diamond Award for executive catering for the eighth year in a row.

“We’re extremely proud that we have been given this award yet again,” Mercia said.

The business provides catering and rentals throughout Namibia whether you require a marquee, cater hire products, catering hire or wedding marquee hire. They have even travelled as far as Katima Mulilo to provide their services.

“We have all our own backdrops and decor and can provide cutlery and crockery, snacks platters and music. With upfront pricing and no hidden costs, our clients have come to know that we take the guesswork out of pricing your event. Our goal is to make your event as easy and stress-free as possible.”

Spot-On Catering prides themselves on the fact that no function is too big or too small and can definitely make all your events catering needs a reality. They can be contacted at [email protected], 064 203 217 or check out their website at www.spotoncatering.com or their Facebook page at Spot-On Catering marquee & tent hire.

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