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5 Things We Learnt From Our Experience As A Top Festival Catering Service

As caterers and more importantly as foodies, each event is special for us. However, there is something about festivals that makes festival food catering a joyous experience. Whenever there is a festival around the corner, our enthusiasm and energy grow monumentally. Thanks to being in such a culturally diverse country, we get such opportunities often. Before we begin talking about what we learnt from our experience, let us just make one thing clear. 

FESTIVALS ARE ALL ABOUT THE FOOD 

Yes, we know that dressing up and decorating the house is an important part of festivals. But admit it, we all look forward to the traditional festive delights we have all eaten since childhood days. Think of Holi and you’ll picture delicious gujiyas, think of Eid and you’ll almost taste the biryani and kheer, the modaks for Ganesh Chathurthi, Halwa Puri Chana for the Navratris and Laddoos for Diwali… the list is endless! Festivals are not just a culmination of families and friends but also of aged and perfected recipes, handcrafted dishes and traditional cuisines. 

EVERYONE CURATES THEIR FESTIVE FOOD IN THEIR OWN UNIQUE WAYS 

Having been caterers for festival in Delhi and NCR, we have realised that each family curates the food recipes in their own ways. This is why, when we take on orders and festival food catering, we ensure that we ask them about their unique recipes. It always leaves impact and helps us develop a strong relationship with our client. Plus, it’s a win-win because we get to create and taste so many different family recipes. 

VARIETY IS VERY IMPORTANT 

Just because it is a festival, it doesn’t mean that all the food needs to be oily or deep fried. As caterers for festivals, we need to provide our clients enough variety suited to the needs of each particular palette. For instance, the kids and the elderly may not be able to enjoy very heavy and oily food. They may enjoy the sweets though. For those who are calories conscious, it is a good idea to come up with healthier versions of traditional recipes. After all, at a festive party, no host wants to leave any guests hungry, right. We also believe that innovating festival food catering is the need of the hour. People don’t want their festive party to have the same food that every other party has. This is why it is important to give the client many ideas how we can give a unique twist to a traditional recipe. 

PERSONALISATION AND ATTENTION TO DETAILS MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE 

When it comes to festival food catering, its important that the warmth of the festival is reflected in personalised details. From using nostalgic dish names to serving dishes in quirky ways (think chaat served in a martini glass), these extra touches add up to make the festive celebration even more joyful. 

THE VIBE OF THE PARTY MATTERS

Along with the quality of the food, there are certain other elements that can bring a festival come alive. As a festival catering service, we always ensure that our staff is courteous and professional. In addition to that, we also curate theme-based décor and table setting for out customers.  All of these elements put together to make for a memorable event. 

With all these learnings in place, we have just launched our Holi Menu and we’re all ready for orders to come in! Apart from that, we are also willing to customise the entire experience for you. Check out our Holi menu and get in touch with for more information.

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