Post # 1
We met with our caterer from a local restaurant we absolutely love. Since nearly half of our guests are vegan/vegetarian/no red meat/no cheese eaters, we’re looking at the following dishes (buffet style):
Vegetarian spring rolls (with choice of sauces)
Signature Szechwan Salad (vegetarian)
Steamed rice (vegan)
Fried rice (vegan)
Apple Shrimp (the best food. ever.)
Kung Bao Chicken
Szechwan Sesame Beef
Asparagus with Mushrooms (vegan)
Vegetable lo-mein (vegan)
Sound good? Would you like this menu/choice at a wedding? Is there a popular meat dish we’re missing (I don’t eat red meat, so I haven’t sampled any of those dishes)?
Post # 5
Sounds great! id be very happy:))))
Post # 6
Yippie!!! I really want this establishment to cater. It is one of the most popular restaurants (that is not a chain) in our area. The cost is $30 per person for the above 10 dishes, so definitely in our budget. We’ll have to rent all the plates though with a rental agency at an additional cost of about $150 (dinner & salad plate each), but already own silverware service for about 160 (I throw a lot of parties).
Post # 7
That sounds flipping amazing!!!!! 😀 I sooooooo wanted chinese food for our recpetion, but our venue doesn’t allow outside catering :-(.
Post # 8
Looks delicious. Veggie spring rolls, fried rice, and lo mein are some of my favorate things.
Post # 9
Sounds amazing! I would be thrilled to attend a wedding with that menu.
Post # 10
My husband would LOVE your menu (he has a serious problem with chinese food). I think because I grew up with it, I’d rather have burgers lol.
Post # 11
That sounds delicious and $30/person is a really good deal!
Post # 12
I’m a vegetarian, but Darling Husband loves meat. This menu honestly looks like something we would both be able to choose awesome options from. Go with it with confidence! 🙂
Post # 13
Yummy! My Fiance is vegan, so this sounds amazing!
Post # 14
- Wedding: October 2013 - Vine Street Church
I would eat the sweet mercy out of that — it sounds amazing!
Post # 15
Is it REAL Szechuan? Because… no. My SIL is from Szechuan and she can’t even it her own kind of food anymore since she’s been living in the US. It’s all SO oily, and SO spicy, and not the kind of spicy we’re used to – the kind that numbs your whole mouth. I avoid their kitchen like the plauge when her parents come over for a visit.
If it’s just American-style Chinese food, cool. That’s what it sounds like based on the dishes, but after having the “real” stuff.. I always have to check. 🙂
Post # 16
We had a buffet similar to yours, all chinese food (Just happened to be szechwan) done by a family friend who runs a chinese joint back home.
Best food ever.