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Apr 12, 2007 03:10 PM

Good Caterers Toronto

Need some reco's for decent caterer's in toronto. Looking for tapas inspired hor dourvers. Nothing too expensive but not cheese and melba toast cheap. any suggestions?

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  1. "Toben - Food by Design". Not a great name for a caterer perhaps, but they did our law firm Christmas party, and the food was excellent.

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    1. re: Fwagra

      Try Noble Culinary Creations. Neal Noble formerly of Senses Catering runs it. Top notch food and presentations.

      1. re: ishmael

        Oh, wow, thanks! I was wondering where he went.

        He really is very very good. I'll have to check it out.

        1. re: ishmael

          Today I hosted a baby shower for my sister, and we used Noble Culinary Creations. I cannot speak highly enough about it. My sister is a vegetarian, and so I wanted the meal to be vegetarian so she could eat everything -- a difficult feat to make an all vegetarian meal and please an entire crowd of 30. But everyone was raving about the food. We had dim sum, noodles, sushi, spring rolls, sandwiches, strudels, etc. and the ingredients were all high-end and delicious. We had a chef there during the party, as well as a server -- they were amazing!!! Honestly, even the service just planning the party was amazing -- the coordinator always got back to me right away and even spoke to me yesterday (saturday) morning about some questions I had. I have worked as an event planner in the past and have used many caterers - honestly, they are the best I've ever worked with. Phenomenal.

      2. awesome. thanks guys. somehow i was under the impression that Marc Mccewan had a catering company as well but i could be wrong. but again, i would assume if he did, it would be $$$

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        1. re: goodcookiedrift

          Mark McEwan caters through his restaurants, Bymark and North 44, I believe. You could always try and contact either restaurant to find out more information about his catering services. I've never used his catering services, only have eaten at Bymark for lunch a couple times.

        2. Wanda's in the Kitchen with Dinah on Mt. Pleasant does good high end cocktail food and menus. Dinah also has a relatively new cocktail party cookbook in the stores. I would highly recommend the duck spring rolls.

          1. Tony Nuth, the former chef and owner of Herbs, and his wife run a great catering business called Beyond Catering. They are such fantastic people, and everything that I have had from their kitchen is awesome. Check out their website:

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              1. i am a fan of small caterers who listen to what you want & design the menu specifically for you. Here's a couple I know:
                The Moveable Feast
                Yorkshire Pudding
                Les Louises

                1. re: MartiniGirls

                  I agree martinigirls. I highly recommend Ezra Title of Chezvous Dining. He does amazing, creative food. Very personable too! My wife hired him for my 50th - what a great night we had. He put on a fabulous dinner with a demo course, everyone raved!!!

                  1. re: Mr. Millygirl

                    there are literally hundreds of caterers, so reco's are great. I'll look up Chezvous- thanks!

                  2. re: MartiniGirls

                    I second Yorkshire Pudding. They catered a private Christmas party I went to in December at a friend's house, the food was tasty and the service professional while warm and friendly.

                    Yorkshire Pudding
                    854 The Queensway, Toronto, ON M8Z, CA

                    1. re: JamieK

                      I have to agree. We attended a private dinner party and then an office opening where Yorkshire Pudding were the caterers. The food was fabulous quality and very interesting, the service was excellent. Highly recommend this caterer.