Post # 1
We love Chinese and Thai food, as do most of our guests so it made sense to have that as a dinner option that appeals to everyone, and other food choices, such as steak,etc, are not that feasible at our venue. Would you like this as a guest or not?
Also, what are your favorite Chinese dishes that are must-haves?
Post # 3
I think that’s a cool idea! I usually eat chicken and rice and veggies. Like moo goo gai pan. I also love general tsos. Fried rice is always good, but you can’t really go wrong with white or brown rice. I feel like if you had different options of meat and veggies you would be able to appease a lot of guests. But you still might have people who dislike chinese/thai.
I’m totally hungry now. haha.
Post # 4
My Fiance loves Chinese but I can’t stand it… I do enjoy white rice once in a while though =)
Post # 5
I would LOVE this. I love Thai food A LOT. I would just make sure there was minimal spice to it so everyone would be able to try/enjoy it.
Post # 6
@Kewii, we would definitely get it wiithout spice since I know many people can’t tolerate it.
Post # 7
I love both chinese and thai, Darling Husband only likes them if they have seafood in them and I am kind of picky on what I like with them also, so I guess it would depend on what kind of chinese or thai you are thinking about.
Post # 8
@tks, we would have a favorite local restaurant deliver the food to be served buffet style. We don’t require anything fancy, just yummy. If we were to get something from Chinatown that is considered authentic instead of Americanized, no one would touch it.
Post # 9
Ooo. Darling Husband and I both LOVE Chinese food. I’m a cashew chicken/beef and broccoli kind of girl. I also love potstickers, crab rangoon and dim sum. Darling Husband is obsessed with General Tso’s Chicken.
Oh man… it makes me miss the states. Chinese food in the UK is nothing like it is in the US and it’s gorss. :
Post # 10
If you have anyone with nut allergys have them write in on the RSVP. When ever we go out with friends for chinese she has a card she gives to the waiter to give to the chef, who selects something she can eat.
besides that I think its great!
Brocolli Beef, and the spicy beef one with celery, and peppers(I’m totally blanking).
I love spicy, so we always ask for extra spicy when we get it, or we add it ourselves if they have red pepper on the table.
I would get a variety and just indicate the level of spice for each dish.
Post # 11
I love Chinese and Thai so I would ttoally dig it. It really depends on your guests though. Most people I know either love or really hate Chinese, even though I have no idea how!
Post # 12
I hate Chinese food lol. I would only eat white rice. But if your guests can dig it, then go for it!
Post # 13
I love Thai food and would be thrilled to have that at a wedding. Chinese isn’t my favorite, but I’d eat it.
Post # 14
I’m Chinese, but I dont like ‘American Chinese’ food like general tsaos and beef and whatever with a ton of sauce. I love love love Thai food though. My husband is white and he loves Thai as well.
Post # 15
I would love to have Thai food at a wedding!
Post # 16
I love both. I think as long as you have a variety of different option, everyone will be happy. I love Red Chicken Curry, but Pad Thai is a very popular Thai option. Almost everyone loves americanized chinese food like Sweet and Sour Chicken or Broccolli Beef. Appetizers with this theme are going to be amazin too- think spring rolls, potstickers, crab rangoons, chicken satay with peanut sauce…