Wednesday, 20 January 2016
London is repeatedly heralded as the foodie capital of the world, a title that has resurfaced many times over the last few years. So it is not surprising that anyone looking for catering companies in London has a bewildering selection to choose from and the problem lies in how to begin to narrow down your options. Catering to Your Guests One of the simplest ways is to look at your list of attendees and decide what style of food they would like to eat; after all, the perfect host does not simply cater to their own tastes. If your guests would prefer a particular ethnic cuisine then it makes sense to choose a caterer that makes it a specialty. Or alternatively, they may prefer a mix of different dishes, so a company that has a broad repertoire is likely to be more reliable.
Monday, 4 January 2016
Food is an important part of any event, and something your guests will remember. From amongst the London catering companies, the key is to work with a bespoke and trusted caterer who will help you to create a menu to suit your guests’ requirements at the right price for you. Here are five questions to consider when deciding on a catering menu. 1. Is it seasonal? You should try to incorporate seasonal ingredients in your catering menu; this should reduce the cost as well as make your menu suitable for the time of year. Choose heartier foods for an autumn or winter event and lighter foods for a spring or summer event.
Food and drink can make a major contribution to the success of any event. From birthday parties to wedding breakfasts and corporate functions, you will need to choose the right catering company to delight your guests. Here are some questions to help you get started. Does the caterer specialise in your type of event? Many London caterers specialise in catering for certain types of events. If you are booking a caterer, you should therefore ensure that they have experience in catering for the type of event that you are holding. If the catering company usually handles intimate corporate dinners, think twice before hiring them for a wedding with hundreds of guests.