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We are happy to create for you a personalized buffet proposal for your next event / celebration and supply you with your personally chosen dishes at a location of your choice. We offer this service at least 15 people.

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  • On-Premise Catering

    On-premise caterers prepare and cook the food at the location at which it's going to be served. While this generally refers to event facilities, many are also open to working in a home, provided there is suitable space and equipment.

  • Off-Premise Catering

    Off-premise services will bring pre-cooked and pre-prepared food to the event location.

  • Sit-Down Plated Meal or Full-Service Catering

    This is generally the most expensive option, but everything is handled by the caterer. Even here there are options, as full service may or may not include passed appetizers, desserts and beverage stations. In addition, full service catering generally includes accessories such as linens, plates, utensils, serving dishes and full clean-up.

  • Take Out / Pick Up / No-Service Catering

    With this option the catering service cooks the food and packages it in bulk for pick-up. Plating, serving, dishes and utensils need to be taken care of by you.

  • Drop Off / No-Service Catering

    With this option the catering service cooks the food and packages it in bulk and delivers it to the event site. Plating, serving, dishes and utensils need to be taken care of by you.

  • Buffet

    When talking about buffet style events, catering companies are generally referring to fully staffed serving stations, where the service includes dishes, plates and utensils. Buffets can include any number of items: appetizers, entrees, salads, desserts and even drinks.

  • Partial-Service Catering

    In many cases caterers use this term to apply to "self-serve" style buffets, where the stations are not staffed. However, catering services are increasingly open to a variety of partial service catering options, which can include simply cooking and dropping off the entree, offering served appetizers only, no clean up, no serving dishes and much more.

  • Mobile Catering

    Increasingly, many caterers are mobile - they work out of a food truck and will bring the "facility" to you! Another option is to simply arrange in advance to have a non-catering food truck arrive on site and cook from a pre-arranged menu.

  • Self-Catering

    In British English, "self-catering" usually refers to vacations where guest accommodations include kitchens and equipment for cooking their own meals. In entertaining terms, "self-catered" generally means that some of all party food for an event is prepared by the hosts, guests or both.