Cheers to a cocktail party where you don’t need to remember whether gin goes in the martinis or the cosmopolitans, you just enjoy the party.
A cocktail wedding menu is typically sold to couples as the cheaper option, and that’s often why you’ll hear guests complain about a cocktail wedding, because they didn’t have enough to eat. My cocktail menus have just as much food as my sit down menus, the dishes are simply plated differently to make them easy to eat in a relaxed style without interrupting conversation, and in smaller portions spread out over the evening for more variety.
And you and your guests aren’t going to go hungry with dishes like bites of roast beef rolled in pesto, Rogan Josh lamb with jasmine rice and raita, lemon lime prawn skewers or artichoke and parmesan tarts.
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