The sit down reception is the most traditional option for a wedding menu, and still a very popular one, as it allows for structure throughout the evening, an easily managed running sheet, and an elegantly formal feel to the celebration. 

I can configure a sit down menu in any way you choose, with shared platters or roving canapés for entrée, the inclusion of a soup, an alternate drop of mains, or a choice of entrées and mains for each guest. Start with a smoked salmon and macadamia nut salad with balsamic and feta dressing, or Thai chilli lamb topped with roast almonds on a bed of jasmine rice. Choose a beef fillet with mushroom and red wine sauce, or spooned over with chunky tomato and black olive salsa. Add a chicken dish rolled and seasoned with ham, spinach, pine nuts and a mustard sauce, or with spring onions, white wine and zucchini salsa. 

Sit down menus have a choice of desserts too, ever-popular options like a brandy snap or tiramisu, or beautiful mocha or chocolate torte. Plus, with any of my menu options you can use your wedding cake as dessert, and I will match accompaniments such as cream, berries or crumbles, according to the flavours of the cake. 

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