You know those viral videos that feature someone scraping melted cheese off a wheel? Well, you can now have that in your parties.
Boys and girls, meet La Petite Fromagerie, it’s a catering service that specializes in cheese. Uh huh, cheese.
You know those viral videos that feature someone scraping melted cheese off a wheel? That is, of course, La Petite Fromagerie’s piece-de-resistance. They call it Raclette Buffet and it comes with a raclette maker that melts the top off a wheel so you can slide the melted cheese onto a plate.
The Raclette Buffet features the necessary carbs—crackers, crostini, and breadsticks—along with the standard raclette accompaniments (cornichons, pickled pearl onions, and marble potatoes). For a setup goof for 15-30 people, you only need to shell out P10,000.
And then there is the assorted cheese buffet, which features a solid combination of cheeses. Clients will only need to select one type of cheese from the following categories: creamy, fresh, nutty, sharp, and funky. And like the Raclette Buffet, the basic Cheese Buffet comes with fruits, nuts, assorted breads, and crackers.
If like us, you’re also new to this fancy cheese business and wouldn’t have the slightest clue about wine pairing, you can also ask La Petite Fromageria to take care of that, too. Partnering with wine distributors Happy Living, La Petite Fromagerie has good pre-selected wines to pair with the cheeses.
Who do we thank for, for this? Karla Reyes and her mother Millie, who run The Plaza.
La Petite Fromagerie +632 7256205; +639177912865, firstname.lastname@example.org
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