Case Study: A finger buffet for 60 with no classic sandwiches.
Client: A digital marketing agency in London.
Product: Finger buffets
Guests: 60 people.
Menu: selections up to us.
Special requested: No sandwiches.
We were more than happy to oblige. Going above and beyond the usual expectations of a finger buffet (for which sandwiches are often a basic staple) is what we do best.
After discussing the organiser's budget and event—and knowing they were hosting colleagues from overseas—we suggested a range of foods from our deluxe finger buffet menu. Combining international flavours and inspirations, we laid on a spread including,
The event was a success. We arrived early to set up food stations and the chef got to work garnishing dishes. Since the company didn't require waiting staff, we left them to enjoy their event and came back to collect our equipment later.
At All in Hand, we consistently seek to surpass expectations. When we think of a finger buffet, we don't automatically think finger sandwiches. Instead, a finger buffet is just another opportunity for us to showcase our creativity and let food and good service speak for themselves.