Supreme cater­ing ver­sa­til­ity

Wangaratta Chronicle - North East Wedding Guide - - WEDDING GUIDE -

“STRAIGHT from the Ovens Cater­ing” have been treat­ing wed­ding guests all over the North East to their de­li­cious food for the past 12 years.

They are mo­bile, off­site cater­ers spe­cial­is­ing in mar­quee wed­dings and cor­po­rate func­tions.

Menus are tai­lor-made to suit each in­di­vid­ual func­tion and all food is pre­pared by Hil­ton-trained chef, Chris Davey, from el­e­gant canapés to scrump­tious desserts.

No frozen, mass pro­duced items are on their menus, and all cour­ses are pre­pared specif­i­cally for each func­tion, with the busi­ness ca­pa­ble of set­ting up full on­site kitchens at just about any lo­ca­tion.

Venues vary from pri­vate homes to rented hol­i­day houses, gar­den mar­quees and lo­cal his­toric halls, any­where be­tween Wan­garatta and Harrietville.

“We have catered in ap­ple sheds; in be­tween the ponds at a trout farm; next to the green at golf cour­ses; at the top of Mt Buf­falo; in vine­yards, but we cater for lots of mar­quee wed­dings on pri­vate property,” Chris said.

Reg­u­lar North East venues in­clude Dream­ers at Mt. Beauty; Bright Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Pore­punkah Hall, Da Vinci Club and more.

“All types of func­tions are catered for in­clud­ing cor­po­rate events, birth­day par­ties, wed­dings, Christ­mas-in-July din­ners, sport­ing events, char­ity din­ners and club events.

“Sit down din­ners and cock­tail par­ties vary from 30 to 450 people, and menus are tai­lored specif­i­cally to suit each func­tion and budget, with con­sid­er­a­tion taken for any spe­cific di­etary re­quire­ments.”

Straight From the Ovens Cater­ing can also sup­ply cor­po­rate lunch and hot fin­ger food plat­ters and de­liv­ery only spit roasts and sal­ads.

So if you are plan­ning your wed­ding or any other type of func­tion, call Viv and Chris from “Straight from the Ovens Cater­ing” on (03) 57562919.

RUS­TIC IN THE PAD­DOCK: Chef Chris Davey from Straight From the Ovens Cater­ing cater­ing.

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