- 4 years ago
- Wedding: October 2013
I chose B!
I chose B!
D is looking like a hot contender.
Can you get some tastings from b and d and then see if it’s worth the thousands of pounds price difference?
D sounds great- especially when you consider the price.
As someone who doesn’t eat meat, but eats fish, I personally really liked C. There is a sufficient amount of apps for cocktail hour and all those options will be refilled over the course of the hour, so it seems to just be less options than B, rather than less food. Also, there’s plenty of non-meat options that make me happy. Theres the basics in terms of a red meat, a chicken, and a fish to please everyone in terms of main dishes. Plus there’s more sides, unless I’m mistaken, that will add diversity to everyone’s main course selections during the buffet.
The main and sides of D were my fav, before I read the thread… and stayed my fav after.
They question is, when and where is your wedding. What food best matches the venue and season? We are having a winter wedding, inside, and in a “lodge”. Short ribs fit perfect. Grilled chicken, not so much. How does that play into it?
I pick C!
I think C sounds the best, like there are more options. And its one of the cheapest too 🙂
B & C sound good, with B being my favorite.
Option B made my mouth water the most.
B, C, A, D is what I’d prefer solely by order of food offerings. With cost in mind, I’d probably go with C. I would really hesitate to do D just because I think it would be good to have a second entree option that isn’t scallops – I would be kinda iffy on whether people would like scallops.
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