Are you wondering how to cater for 100 people? Look no further. Entertaining a large group of people can often be a little daunting and not to mention very stressful. Catering for a large group of people is even more stressful as you are producing the main part of the event; everyone looks forward to the meal and it is when all of the individuals at the event socialize. There are a few simple steps to make sure you are ready to pull it off without a hitch:
- Communication – This is very important, especially to your employer. Find out all information you can about the catering meals. Is anybody allergic to anything specifically? Has something been suggested or want to be avoided?
- Budget – Ensure that you decided on how much money you want to spend on the catered event. You want to impress but do not go all out to hurt your pocket books. Make enough food for everyone and have second dishes to ensure you just have some for backup. Look for items on sale at the moment and always use the produce in your fridge first when planning the catering menu.
- Cuisine – Along with the decor, make sure you have food that appeals to the theme of the event. If it is a formal dinner party, then consider serving French cuisine to make it fancy.
- Services – Decide on what kind of services you want to provide. Caterers can serve a variety of things such as place settings, meals, bar service, and even linens.
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