Post # 1
We are able to offer our guests 3 entree options for their plated dinner and I just wanted to see from you bees what entree you would choose as a guest. 🙂 we also have the option of plated horderves or passed horderves during our cocktail hour, which would you prefer as a wedding guest?
Post # 3
@creativeone710: teriyaki chicken as i LOVE teriyaki, closely followed by the steak. im allergic to seafood and i dont eat pesto (pine nuts, bleugh) but the other options of chicken and pork would be lovely too
id prefer passed hors d’oeuvres
Post # 4
I would prefer passed, just because then I don’t have to look like I am hoarding all the food : ) BUT I am sure your guests would be happy either way!
Post # 5
I usually don’t choose chicken, but mushrooms and garlic cream? Yes, please! My 2nd choice would be the Salmon…I had to look up what made it ‘Alexander’ and it sounds great, too!
Post # 6
My vote was for steak, though my 2nd and 3rd choices would be the chicken dishes! Both sound awesome.
Post # 7
@JFay: I had to look up the Alexander to. Haha!
Im just worried about the flank steak because I’ve heard they are not tender, anyone had flank steak before? What did you think of it?
Post # 8
Flank Steak or Grouper… Pork Loin sounds yummy too!
Post # 9
I said the salmon, but I would eat all of it, except maybe the pesto chicken as I don’t always love pesto. It sounds very good.
I say the passed hors d’oeuvres.
Post # 10
I was thinking passed horderves would be better even though its more money. Some of our family members are beery ritzy ditzy and would turn their noses up at plated horderves I’m sure
Post # 11
I was all about the steak until I saw garlic sauce – I’d probably stay away from that just because I’m not a fan of stinking like garlic in public!
Post # 12
I am Pescetarian and the Salmon with spinach sounds really good!!
Post # 13
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
I would prefer passed hors d’ouevres.
I would not eat any of these meals because I am vegetarian.
Since you get three choices, I’d choose a mammal meat (beef, pork) and either fish or chicken (avoiding shellfish because of allergies) and then a vegetarian option. I had 3 vegetarians at my wedding (myself included) and I think 7 people (of 81) ordered the vegetarian plate.
Post # 14
@mrsSonthebeach: surprising our venues menu of options didn’t include a vegetarian meal, but now that I think about it quite a few people in our family don’t eat or some just don’t like meat! I’m sure if I contact the catering department they can come up with a vegetarian entree I would hope. Thanks so much for pointing that out!
Post # 15
The Flank Steak sounds great!
Post # 16
They all sound yummy but I’m picky so I went with the steak. And I vote passed!