Archive for November, 2007

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Thursday, November 22nd, 2007

here are a number of services and industrys that mould together to create the ultimate party or event.


Combining all of those services to work as one effective unit can be a job in itself. That is where a Party Planner or Party Co-Ordinator can come to the rescue.

They will ensure that the Party Hire company will supply exactly what is required by the caterers, the security will be on time, the decor be consistent with the theme of the event, the mix of music, food, and all the rest of the party elements will go smoothly – so you, the party organiser or host, does not have to worry.

So many times the organiser has a miserable time at their own party or event, because they are so worried about everything going smoothly, as well as worrying if their guests are having a good time.

Don’t let this be you – it is your party or event – enjoy it!

New Do It Your Self Christmas Menus From Allsuburbs Catering Sydney

Sunday, November 11th, 2007

see our web site for all our new festive menus

Our innovative DIY catering allows you all the benefits of having a professional caterer with the additional advantage of our generously discounted price!

All cooking is done in our licensed kitchen by our skilled staff – no need to create chaos in the kitchen at home! From a light supper through to a 3-course dinner, with our help you can feed all your guests with minimum of fuss.

Imagine an awesome spit roast in the park or a dinner party at home with no cooking – yet great food and very reasonable prices! You could even put the food in your own serving dishes and take the credit for the great food yourself!

We prepare and cook all the foods on your selected menu specifically for your event, then package them onto disposable platters and trays and into insulated boxes, ready to dispatch to you.

you can pick up from our party showroom at wetherill park 02-9896-6006 or we will deliver for just $40

Budget Wedding With Finger Food

Sunday, November 11th, 2007

In most cases catering is the largest expense of a wedding. The cost of your wedding reception includes the food, beverages, kitchen staff, waiters, rentals, decorations, and the cost of the site itself.

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Receptions don’t always have to be held at dinner time. You might find that choosing a different time of day for your reception will result in a significant saving. Below are some suggestions and ideas for alternative receptions.

Tea receptions are held between 2-4 pm. You can serve things such as canapés, finger sandwiches, tea, scones, pastries and a variety of cheeses. For ideas try

A hors d’oeuvres reception is takes place between 11am-5pm or after an evening wedding. As the name suggests, you would serve light finger foods such as chips and dips, fruit and vegetable platters, cheeses, and crackers. You can also include meat and cheese trays, shrimp cocktails, oysters, egg rolls, sausages, chicken wings, and tea sandwiches. see for inexpensive options
A cocktail reception might include passed trays of food as well as small stations with finger food. Be sure to have to have plenty of napkins, plates, cutlery and seating on hand to avoid messy dining. Be clear in your invitation that the reception will include cocktails and hors d’oeuvres only. The reception’s finale will be the cake-cutting ceremony and coffee service, which can be supplemented by after-dinner drinks and petits fours.

Decadent Dessert Receptions are held from 1- 4pm or after an evening wedding. Serve an extensive assortment of rich desserts such as cheese cakes, tarts, tortes, cookies, pies, cakes, pastries, cobblers, biscotti, ice cream, sundaes, and candies. Serve coffee, tea, and other beverages.

A Simple Cake and Punch Reception is perfect if your reception is not during a normal mealtime. Mid morning or mid afternoon is ideal. You can also include candies, cookies, and nuts to the menu. Include “Cake and Punch Reception Following Ceremony” on your invitations and this inform guests ahead of time not to expect a full meal.

You can cut costs by using paper and plastic goods instead of glassware, china plates, cloth napkins, and silverware.

Clients Delighted With Sydney Caterer All Suburbs Catering

Saturday, November 10th, 2007

I would like to thank you for the wonderful and delicious presentation you created for my wife’s suprise birthday party. This was the first time I’ve used a catering service, and wasn’t sure what to expect. You made everything easy and worry free; from suggesting what food items and quantities to serve, and providing the serving ware and items needed all the way down to the napkins.

All I had to do was show up with my wife.

Everyone complimented on what a great birthday party it turned out to be, but I couldn’t have done it without your service and assistance. Thank you very much.” I will recomend allsuburbs catering to all of my family and friends

Christmas day Catering

Sunday, November 4th, 2007

Once again All Suburbs Catering will be supplying lots of food for Xmas day. Lots of festive menus to choose from. All you can eat buffets with all the trimings delivered to your door. All you have to do is heat and eat – or try our famous cold buffet. Give mum a break this xmas – we have menus to suit all tastes and budgets.

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Office Christmas Parties Catering From SYdneys Leading Caterers

Saturday, November 3rd, 2007

An office party is a great way to celebrate Christmas at your workplace. Here are some do’s and don’ts to ensure a great party.

Theme: An office party can be fun and to avoid upsetting anyone, a theme should actually be avoided.

Food: In the case of a formal office party, traditional foods can be avoided. The main course doesn’t have to be traditional in line with Christmas but should stay inline with a formal dinner with a choice of meats, vegetables and desserts. try for ideas for your food and drink

If the party isn’t formal then attendees can bring a dish, often referred to as “pot luck” and employees can either choose what to bring or opt on their own what to include.

Décor: Because the average office party has no theme, it’s usually filled with an elegant table setting with plates and a basic centerpiece of rich colored candles coupled with mistletoe or ivy inline with traditional aspects for the formal event however, the informal party may consist of more generic holiday paper plates and table cloths that match with a few added table toppers around the food like snowmen or symbolic holiday bells.

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Office christmas parties popular

Saturday, November 3rd, 2007

Office or Private Christmas Parties
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Christmas Party Catering provides the perfect solution for any kind of christmas and holiday season function. As well as quality food, we can provide reliable bar staff, waiters and chefs. Whether it’s a smaller personal event, or a larger corporate function, let us give you a competitive catering quote

Christmas party caterers

Thursday, November 1st, 2007

Menus For corporate parties

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Special Festive Season Menus

Christmas Party Catering Specialists – Company Xmas Parties – Private Christmas Parties – Office Funcitions – All Suburbs Sydney, Blue Mountains, North Shore, Eastern Suburbs, Inner West, South Coast, North Coast and more! – Corporate and Personal functions