Food station catering have become popular in both social and business gatherings. This style of catering can also bring a great deal of culinary pzazz to any event, making it more memorable. Food stations can be strategically placed around your event space, allowing your guests to choose from an exciting selection of food options.
Food station is like a mini-buffet – typically with a serving attendant present. A single food station may represent one type of food. Stations can be organized type of dish – meat, salads and desserts. Alternatively, you could offer different ethnic cuisines. Your guests can select options from any station, creating their own personal menu while they mingle and network.
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PROS – Food stations are usually a big hit because they’re more fun, adding excitement and pizazz to any event. Where chefs are part of the station, dishes are often cooked or assembled to order, allowing guests to have input into ingredients or preparation. Multiple food stations alleviate any bottlenecks for food service while being more social. Also, food stations allow for a higher degree of creativity when it comes to serving dishes.
CONS – Multiple food stations are suitable for larger venues – Venues that have kitchen facilities to ensure smooth execution. You may also need multiple chefs to prep and serve at each stations. Food stations, as with buffets can have higher food costs as people tend to consume more.
Shore Break Seared Ahi
Fresh tuna cut sashimi style and seared to order. Complemented by a cilantro soy or creamy
Big Kahuna Stir Fry
Red and green peppers, onions, carrots, bok choy, broccoli, baby corn, scallions, water
chestnuts, bean sprouts, shiitake mushrooms and cellophane noodles stir fried
Sliders, Cheese Burger & Burgers
Prepared on site, a-la-minute on our soft mini catering roll
Sliders, Pulled Pork
Pulled pork smothered in a tangy BBQ sauce and served on a soft brioche roll with crisp coleslaw
Truffle Parmesan French Fries
Baked Salmon Tarragon Dijonnaise
Fresh salmon filet baked with a tarragon, grain mustard, lime marinade
Quinoa is a delicious grain full of flavor with a great nutritional value we serve it with caramelized shallots, red & yellow diced sweet peppers, and parsley
Glazed Carrots and Green Beans
Fresh cut carrots cooked in their own stock with a hint of sugar and orange to maximize flavor, served mixed with colorful blanched green beans
Sautéed chicken with a lemon caper sauce
Penne Pasta Primavera
Penne pasta tossed with blanched garden vegetables in your choice of puttanesca, creamy Alfredo, or pesto sauce with freshly grated Parmesan cheese
Assorted Bite Size Desserts
Includes brownies, congo bars, lemon bars, coconut lancers
Croquembouche Cream Puff
Traditional custard filled puff dipped in a crunchy caramel sugar
Traditional French pastries filled with chocolate mousse topped with chocolate ganache
Layers of thin crisp pastry and rum flavored custard cream
Mini Fruit Tarts
Pastry crust with almond paste, a layer of chocolate, filled with rum flavored custard cream, and topped with fresh assorted fruits