Caterers & Party Platters:
Where to Order
for Your Christmas Feasts
By Shen Mascariñas
How’s your calendar looking? Packed with holiday parties, dinners and reunions, we bet. Between all those, trying to get your Christmas shopping done, oh and of course working your ass off, so you can afford those fancy meals and gifts—do you even have the time to roll up your sleeves and chop up garlic? Just the thought of that is stressing us the F out.
Un-complicate holiday planning, and save your energy for having fun with your loved ones. Let your hair down, and delegate the dirty work to the professionals. Whether you’re in need of a caterer or in search of party platters, consider these 8 your culinary lifesavers this Christmas!
Westgate Center, Filinvest City, Muntinlupa City
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This southern restaurant has been drawing crowds even from the north for its bold and innovative take on Filipino cuisine. Neil’s Kitchen’s Sinigang Paella, Alabang Fried Chicken, and Chocnut Fried Suman are just some examples. You can have large portions of that yumminess with their wide selection of takeaway platters, perfect for your holiday parties.
And good news—the takeaway options outnumber the dishes in the main menu, featuring new and exciting offerings like roast turkey and leg of lamb! Neil’s Kitchen also caters with various themed menus like Spanish Flair, Filipino Fiesta, and Asian Fusion.
The Creamery Catering
Whether you’re planning a tea party, a fancy dinner or a casual get-together, The Creamery Catering’s varied /\packages will definitely have what you’re looking for. You can even create your own menu from a plethora of scrumptious offerings.
Just some crowd-favorites are the Kare-Kare Pasta, Stewed Beef in Coconut and Lime and the Baked Parmesan Fish in Basil Cream Sauce.
A sight of a huge, generous-looking paella is like a beacon of light for ravenous party guests. It will take your feast from good to awesome real quick. For that and more, seek the help of Pio’s Kitchen. There are four paella variants to choose from—Marisco (all seafood), Mixta (chicken, chorizo, and seafood), Negra (with seafood and saffron aioli) and Bagnet (with eggplant chimichurri).
Pio’s Kitchen also offers a myriad of appetizers, entrees, and desserts that will perfectly complement your paella pick. How about a tapas selection for starters, Roast Chicken Iberico for a hearty main and Churros to finish?
Rustic Mornings by Isabelo is Markina’s longstanding, culinary gem. It has been attracting foodies from all over for a scenic, tasty brunch. And for those who don’t know, they also cater and offer party platters! We recommend the Tomato Curry Kofta Balls, Portobello Pasta in White Wine and the 4-Hour Roasted Pork Crackling.