We love grazing tables, they are ideal for weddings, corporate and private events. A grazing table illuminates the entertaining space with colour, texture and seductive taste combinations.
Perfect for catering for large groups of people, grazing tables are also a social and interactive way to dine. This style of feasting dates back to the Medieval period when prestigious people celebrated with an abundant spread of luxurious food. Today it is a very popular way of sharing food among friends and family.
Grazing Table Tips
Here’s some tips how to create a visual masterpiece of your own.
Tip 1: THEME
Select the type of cuisine you want to display on your grazing table; rustic, Mediterranean, French, Moroccan, Spanish are a few we have created.
Tip 2: SOURCE
Source fresh & seasonal produce that ties in with your theme. Also, source any props to use including utensils.
Tip 3: SIZE OF TABLE
Depending on how many guests you wish to cater for choose the size of the table(s) you wish to use. Make sure there is ample space to roam around the table.
Tip 4: DIFFERENT HEIGHTS
Use props to create different heights and highlight different elements.
Tip 5: FOOD COMBINATIONS
Place ingredients that work well together and create impressive taste combinations.
Tip 6: COLOUR & TEXTURE
Design the grazing table to feature harmonic colour combinations, don’t put clashing colours together. Use the height of props to place different colours together. Also, displaying different textures of foods to create a visually stimulating work of art.
A selection of sliced cold and cured meats including, Pastrami, salami, ham, and Italian cacciatore sausage served with marinated olives, fetta, pickled vegetables, marinated mushrooms, Chef’s arancini balls. Fine cheeses including Gorgonzola, vintage cheddar & double cream brie, served with fig paste, dried fruits & lavosh crackers. Accompanied with an assortment of breads.
Do you want to create the WOW factor at your next wedding, party or corporate event? Let us do the hard work and create a dining experience your guests can feast their eyes and stomach on.
To discuss your requirements please contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org