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Can anyone please help asap re home cook/caterer who delivers?

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I had read previous threads in this forum highly recommending David Mawhinney. We have enjoyed his wonderful foods and service for previous parties. His phone just rings out and was wondering if he is still doing catering. If not, can someone here suggest a like-minded person for a party on the 20th of March? Thank you and fingers crossed someone can reply asap.


Have made contact with David and his life situation has changed since last we enjoyed his wonderful foods in 2013.

Edited by mickeydownunder
David contacted me after the thread was posted; have updated so can now be open to other options.

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I'm not sure what kind of thing you are looking for, or what sort of budget you are considering but the place I work has used The Little Adelaide Catering Company (http://www.lacatering.com.au/) several times for functions and the food is always really nice.

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The best on - site catering we ever had was from an enclave run out of a sheltered workshop setup.........can't remember if it was Bedford Industries or Orana or Invicta.


-They arrived on time (-a very common problem, we've discovered).


-The food wasn't fancy, but it was really fresh and imaginative .


-The prices were competitive.


+ can't remember ever seeing so much genuine pleasure from people doing front of house (...not a single "have nice day" for the entire event )




JB :swoon:

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Blimey..the Capri website options look better than the Lite and Easy stuff, I have delivered.


( - I wonder if they'll do a forward booking for my Wake......?)



- only joking





hey......... we should organise a Pommy Party right now!

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