Indian catering for a wedding?
- Sgt Snackers Jul 27, 2006 10:44 PM
An Indian friend of mine is looking for a restaurant to do some catering for her wedding. We're talking around 150 people. Mostly they are looking for fairly 'standard' north Indian dishes (chicken tikka masala, saag paneer, etc.) since the guest list is pretty mixed and they think most folks will not want the real stuff.
Any suggestions for good Indian restaurants _that cater_? Normally I would suggest places like Tamarind Bay but I don't know if they do catering, and whether they would be able to handle such a large event.
I think India Quality might cater. I know that they prepared appetizer platters for me a couple of years ago.
There was an article in yesterday's Globe about a catered Indian (and Jewish) wedding. Apparently the owners of the Bombay Club, Vinod Kapoor and his family, do a huuuuuuge number of weddings. The article really made it seem like the Kapoors are *the* Indian wedding caterers, and also reasonably priced.
Unfortunately the article is only available for free today (Thursday). Here's the link: http://www.boston.com/ae/food/article...
Edit: Here's a link to the Bombay Club's page about catering: http://www.bombayclub.com/catering.html
I read that article in the Globe as well. When I saw this topic that was the first thing I thought of.
I actually went to a wedding in Wellesley a couple of years ago with 200 guests and it was catered by Kabab King out of New York. The food was quite good. I am not sure whether they delivered it or if someone organizing the wedding went down and got it.
Punjab Cafe in Quincy caters. I am not sure how large of a group they can handle. You'd have to call. They have a number on their site: http://www.punjabcafe.com/
It isn't the fanciest place, but Punjabi Dhaba is more delicious than most Boston/Cambridge Indian restaurants. I have not used their catering service (it has a different number than the restaurant line), but when I ordered food for pick up the day before a party for about 30+ people, they did a fantastic job...