Hosting a party? Planning the menu and whipping up the dishes can be a time-consuming, stressful process (and isn’t the whole point of a party to have fun?!). We say let Fine Palate do the work for you, so you can mingle with guests and simply enjoy yourself.
Helmed by Heather Barrie, Fine Palate is known for serving premium, one-of-a-kind dishes, using the freshest imported and local produce and innovative techniques.
The company is experienced in catering for various events such as cocktail receptions, buffets, fine-dining events and on-site catering. It offers delivery services for its canapes platters and buffets, and can provide butlers to serve the food and beverages to your guests.
Want something truly bespoke? Fine Palate can customise every aspect of an event from beginning to end, giving attention to every detail – from menu selection to event tear-down.
“If the client has a specific vision, menu, tradition or custom in mind, we can help conceptualise the event and bring it to life to the best of our ability, given the available resouces,” explains Heather. Its team of consultants aims to provide personalised service and can make your party theme of choice work, no matter how bold or unique.
“Whether it is about the location, decorations or entertainment, we focus on every small detail so our clients don’t have to – allowing our clients and their guests to relax,” says Heather.
Organising a big lunch meeting with a client or your team? Fine Palate can provide a range of healthy bento and sandwich box options, which can be delivered to your office doorstep. Bento boxes comes with a salad, sides as well as a dessert of the day, while the sandwich boxes come with a salad and sides.
There are also carefully curated and readily available buffet, fine-dining and cocktail event menus on the Fine Palate website, each with a selection of dishes that follow certain dietary restrictions (e.g., vegan-friendly, gluten-free, etc.). To see how Fine Palate can help you manage your next event, call the enquiries hotline to schedule a consultation or visit the website for more information.
From The Finder (Issue 289), November 2017
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