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Party Catering Sydney

Thursday, June 30th, 2011

You’re having a party!

Do you really want to deal with juggling donated dishes between friends and all the fuss that goes along with turning your kitchen into a temporary food warehouse? Wouldn’t you rather be shopping for a new outfit? Party Catering from MyCaterer is just what you’re looking for!

MyCaterer is Sydney’s premier on-site catering service. MyCaterer specialises in spectacular hot and cold finger foods, perfect for any party setting. Party Cateringshowcases the best of finger foods along with on-site cooked Spit Roasts sure to delight all your guests.

The Party Catering team of experts at MyCaterer can put together a menu with something for everyone making the overall spread appropriate to all tastes and dietary needs from Asian to Greek and vegetarian to diabetic. And the best part is all you do is chat with a Party Catering consultant from MyCaterer, make a few decisions and voilla! You’re off to the shops to find a new frock and matching shoes!

MyCaterer menus can be customised for your particular assemblage of guests whether you’re seeking Party Catering for a family birthday or Corporate Catering to impress your boss and important clients. The point is, beyond making the initial plans and selections with the staff at MyCaterer, the rest of your Party Planning time is freed up for other things.

MyCaterercatering services and menus are extremely flexible. From morning teas to full course dinners, hot hors-d’oeuvres to cold platters, Party Catering menus can be tailor-made to suit your taste and budget.

Party Catering from MyCaterer services all Australia areas.

Whatever you’re planning, start with and you’ll be amazed at how easily your party comes together.

Catering for 21st Birthday Parties

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

21st Birthday Party Catering

A person’s 21st birthday is one of the most important birthdays of them all. For that reason why not make it a day to remember by organising a reliable caterer to do the party food. My Caterer will provide you with 3 competitive quote for top caterers who specialise in Birthday Catering in the catering industry.

We think that a theme makes the night more memorable since it gets people involved and makes the party distinctive. It helps with decisions about food and music. It can be used as a means of self-expression since it could bring out the personality of the party boy or girl. Just use your imagination! Here are some suggestions:

  • Casinos are a good theme because you can organise themed activities and games. Activities eliminate the boredom that mixed with alcohol leads to trouble.
  • Hollywood – Get some guests to be paparazzi outside and take photos of people as they arrive. Present a video of the guest of honour later and introduce it like a movie premiere.
  • Colours make good themes, so do letters of the alphabet. Usually the initial of the party boy or party girl’s first name.
  • 60s/70s/80s themes are good fun. Easy for everyone to costume and the music selects itself. The year the person was born is another possibility.
  • Pool parties, cruises and discos are popular. Here are a couple of more outrageous options: wedding theme, sci-fi, car rally, sleaze, progressive party…
  • Fancy dress (well obviously) but note that this might not work if everyone plans to party on afterwards somewhere else.

Don’t forget the cake!

This is probably the last birthday that you can put one candle for each year of age on the cake without hiding the cake completely. Go for it! Don’t forget, as well, the tradition of the “key to the door”. You could use this as a decoration, or even bake a cake the shape of a key.

party bar hireHow about a Party Bar?!

Featuring on the right is On Tap Beverage‘s very own patented mobile event bar is a modern and stylish bar complete with a stainless steel servery ledge and work bench that looks great with the built in LED lights on or off. Its totally self contained and comes with an ice well and speed racks to increase service speed and efficiency. It is constructed of a light weight metal, so its not only solid but can be delivered to ANY venue, no matter how tricky the access. It can glow to a range of colours, can come with personalised graphics or logos and will be the hub of activity at any function! This will give your event that “wow” factor… for a 21st to remember.

Don’t wait any longer! Checkout My Caterer for great prices for top quality 21st Birthday Party Catering.

Sydney caterer has the x factor

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

party food catering

Top Sydney party finger food caterer has recently catered backstage at the Australian X Factor show. It was a huge success and they are always proud to provide excellent service to their clients no matter how big or small the event is.

Take a look at a sample of their finger food menu:

  • Vegetable spring rolls
  • Tasty beef pies
  • Mini sausage rolls
  • Chicken dim Sims
  • Pizza – Ham and pineapple/supreme
  • Grilled meatballs
  • Mini chicken drums
  • Fish cocktails
  • Filo hot dogs
  • Mixed volavants 3 types
  • Thai/crab cake
  • Marinated pork fingers
  • Cheese and spinach triangle
  • Tempura chicken pieces
  • Cocktail samosas
  • And more

Give your next party the x factor…

… and book your party finger food with

10 Great Tips for a New Year cocktail party

Monday, November 29th, 2010

cocktail party food

It’s the peak of the cocktail party season and time to pull out all the stops to create a fantastic get-together that will be the the highlight of the year which will last until New Year.

Cocktail parties used to last only a couple of hours either side of sunset but these days they are often an all-night affair while some even carry on until the sun rises!

Ideally, that’s just the way it should happen. But on the down side this means you have to prepare a little better and add a bit more food and drink .The guests don’t lack for anything as they start celebrating the end of the year.

Mr Fingerfood have put together a their top cocktail party entertaining tips.

  1. First of all, make a list of all the things that need to be considered: How many guests? What’s your budget? Do you have enough seating, tables, cutlery and glasses for everyone?
  2. Send out invites in good time – you’re not the only one throwing a party this time of year. The Care2 network has beautiful e-cards, and be sure to follow up with a quick phone call.
  3. Venue: It’s always best to host your party at your own home, as you are familiar with your surroundings. It also saves you money.

    That said, a stylish marquee tent can be adorned with sheer linens and fairy lights that twinkle against the evening sky, instantly extending your entertaining area.

    If you’re hiring a venue, ensure it’s clean, has parking, kitchen facilities, there’s space for a music system, tables for food and a bar area.

  4. Ensure a good selection of bite-sized treats, such as cold finger foods, delicious dips and good extra virgin olive oil with crusty fresh bread, miniature warm pizzas, laden with fresh gourmet toppings and a few sweet delicacies.

    Click here for 10 gourmet-inspired finger foods.

  5. Arrange platters around the space of your home where you andyour guests will be moving about and keep an eye out for when you need to top up.
  6. Napkins are essential, and should be ready available to guests.
  7. There should be a variety of soft drinks, waters, wines and champagne. Or you could mix up large pitchers of fruity cocktails rimmed with flavoured salts. And don’t forget, one can never have enough ice.
  8. Good lighting sets the mood; use huge candles, dim lighting or beautiful pieces of art lamp work (feather lights) to soften and compliment the surroundings.
  9. Hook up your I-Pod to the house music system and play a mix of your favourite tunes. Or keep a stack of easy listening CDs close at hand, like the complete collection of Café del Mar and the global sounds of Putumayo.
  10. Don’t forget to tell the neighbours you’re having a party! Or, if all else fails, invite them along.

Check out Mr Fingerfood website and book your catering for your cocktail party food.

What to do for NYE?

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

There’s that question again – ‘how are you celebrating this new year?’ Will you be spending it with friends and family for a close intimate party or will you be welcoming 2011 with a big party? For those of you who are undecided, here are a few ideas and tips on how to party your way into 2011.

Head to the city

The countdown to midnight will kick off from 5pm with pre-show entertainment around Sydney harbour. There will be an Indigenous Smoking Ceremony featuring five indigenous vessels to cleanse the harbour of evil spirits followed by an Acknowledgement to Country show.

The Harbour of Light Parade will sail a 15km circuit around the harbour which will feature over 50 illuminated vessels decorated with lights to represent this year’s New Year’s Eve theme – Awaken the Spirit.

The traditional family fireworks at 9pm will give a prelude to the midnight fireworks with an eight minute choreographed performance firing from four spots on the harbour, the rooftops of some skyscrapers and also some other surprise locations.

But the big spectacular which takes 15 months of planning is the 12 minute midnight fireworks display firing from seven barges on the harbour, the rooftops of skyscrapers and of course the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Hot Spots – in and around town

With the fireworks being the highlight of each New Year’s Eve celebration, it’s always crucial to get the best seats in the house. And the only way to do it is to know where to go:

The obvious spots
• Darling Harbour
• Royal Botanic Gardens
• The Rocks
• Circular Quay

Hidden favourites
• Clarkes Point Reserve, Hunters Hills
• Blues Point Reserve, McMahons Point
• Ferry Wharf, Rose Bay
• Nielsen Park, Vaucluse
• Dudley Page Reserve

Party platters are always great so that you can have a party and have the catering sorted before hand.

Choose from:

5 Variety Quiche

Medium Platter 25 pieces $39 Large Platter
40 pieces $59
  • Quiche Lorraine
  • Mediterranean
  • Potato & Bacon
  • Spinach & Fetta Quiche
  • Chicken & Chive Quiche

Gourmet pies 5 Varieties

Medium Platter 25 pieces $39 Large Platter
40 pieces $59
  • Roasted Vegetable
  • Chicken & Corn
  • Steak & Mushroom
  • Lamb & Mint
  • Savoury Beef

Pastry Favourites

Medium Platter 25 pieces $39 Large Platter 40 pieces $59
  • Turkey & Cranberry Bite
  • Quiche Lorraine
  • Vegetable Samosa
  • Ham, Corn & Cheddar Turnover
  • Spinach & Ricotta Puff
  • Vegetarian Selection

    Medium Platter 25 pieces $39 Large Platter 40 pieces $59

    Chefs Vegetarian Selection

    • Chickpea & Coriander Bite
    • Eggplant, Honey & Sweet Potato Puff
    • Vegetable Bruschetta
    • Spinach & Fetta Quiche
    • Sundried Tomato & Cheese Turnover

    Chosen what you like? Visit Mr Fingerfood catering for New Years Eve catering and book your catering today. This way you can enjoy the comfort of your own home by having some friends over and then head to one of the hotspots to enjoy the celebrations.