Twice a year we cater for over 100 teachers and staff at a local independant school end of summer term and Christmas lunch. We absolutely love catering this event. They give us carte blanche to create a stunning buffet style meal which means we have freedom to change and create delicious dishes that we know they we love. It takes a lot of preparation and teamwork to get this perfect and a huge effort goes into every detail.
Here are dos and don'ts from some etiquette experts who know the proper way to behave. Whether you heed them is another matter... Do attend Even if you despise the thought of spending of a whole evening with the people you work with everyday, making an appearance shows that you are part of the team. Dress appropriately Just make sure you know what the dress code is and stick to it. If you are really worried speak to other people in the office about what they are wearing. Don’
Held at the very beautiful Palace Gardener in Fulham Delicious platters of antipasto with our home-made focaccia with red onion, sunkissed tomato and olives Platers of Italian salad with ripe tomatoes, avocado and buffala mozzarella. A selection of our most popular pizza to share
Deciding the type of catering that will suit your event is really important. Here we talk about buffets which are very popular. Buffet Style Catering Food stations are set up on long tables where guests can walk along and serve themselves. Another option is to have servers stationed behind the buffet table serving each dish. A buffet-style event is usually considered the most casual style of meal service. Pros: Fewer servers are needed with a buffet reception, which means you