Reception Menu

We say this all the time, but food is the most important aspect of any successful wedding event. Guests come ready to eat and you want to make sure to have enough options available to satisfy all your guests, especially when your guest count is over 300. It’s not easy to find a menu that will include items every single guests will enjoy. This is why variety is super important.

For cocktail hour we always suggest doing both passed appetizers and stations, offer as many vegetarian options as non-vegetarian so that no one is left out.

Guests are pretty full after cocktail hour, but after a few hours of dancing they will be ready for a full meal, make sure to include salad, bread, rice as well as vegetarian and non vegetarian options.

Here is a great sample menu:

Cocktail Hour:
Padpi Chat in Cup
Chilli Pakoda
Paneer Pakora
Avocado chaat in edible spoon
Tandoori stuffed mushrooms
Chicken Chapli Kebab
Lamb Chop
Coconut Shrimp
Chicken 65
Shrimp Toast
Station #1: Pan Asian Station
Station #2: Dosa Station


Full Salad Bar
Vegetarian (5 Options)
Malai Kofta
Paneer Stuffed Tomato
Sham Savera
Saag Paneer
Matar Mehti Malai
Non-Vegetarian (3 Options)
Chicken Tikka Masala
Lamb Rogan Josh
Goan Fish Curry
Vegetable Pualo
Dal Makhani
Gajjar Halwa
Cheena Kheer