The Launch of Noble Fare Catering

>> Monday, April 23, 2018

As a soon to be mom of two, it’s hard to find the time to have an evening out with the hubby without missing our son or being too tired. However, we’re super fortune that we have family in the city that loves taking our son for the evening so that we can get a date night here and there. I was really excited that the event for the launch of Noble Fare Catering landed on one of those days and we were able to attend. What a better way to get new inspiration for party planning and upcoming events…baby showers and birthday parties anyone?

Hosted in the incredible new studio theatre of the C-Space King Edward building. A huge 1,750 sq ft. event hub perfect for anything from weddings to stand up receptions. The space was a perfect blend of historical and modern-day architecture with the King Edward building as it’s backdrop. Throughout the room we were treated with different stations offering a sampling of the various dishes available from Noble Fare Catering.

After our welcome cocktail, mine was the Crushable made with Eau Claire gin, pineapple, lemon, flora kola and Happy Belly mint kombucha. It was very refreshing and not overly sweet, which was perfect. Our first stop was the Charcuterie & Cheese table which featured house made crostinis, buttermilk crackers, prosciutto, pâté, sausages, cheeses, dried fruit, candied nuts, mustard and pickled vegetables. It was literally a charcuterie lover’s dream. There was simply everything you needed to go with a glass or two of your favorite wine. If you’re curious about the different options available, it’s definitely customizable and they have a listing of the different variety of nibbles available on their website.

Next we moved over to the small bites table which showcased a variety of their culinary one biters. Some of my favorites were the Thai Marinated Squid and Pineapple with panang curry, the Italian Style Wood Grilled Prawns with piri piri butter and the Ahi Tuna Poke with avocado and grilled pineapples. We also had the opportunity to try the Pork Meatballs, Carrot Tartare, Asian Chicken Thigh, Nash Beef Sliders, which were also very tasty.

It was hard not to want to stay here for the rest of the evening but the fresh made risotto was calling our name. The risotto isn’t just any old risotto from a pan, it gets mixed in to a lovely Parmesan Wheel which then provides it the added richness and creaminess elevating the taste of the entire risotto itself. It was definitely a decadent dish, which I think would be perfect addition to any reception or event.

Next was the Chill Bar showcasing freshly shucked East Coast Oysters, Beef Tartare, Tuna Tartare and Shrimp with bloody mary cocktail sauce. Everything looked amazing, especially to someone who loves all things raw! This would definitely be a hit amongst any party since who doesn’t love themselves some oysters and tartare? Plus, the homemade chips were to die for, a perfect pairing to the tartares.

Last but not least was the Dessert table with sweets ranging from Assorted Mini Milkshakes, Panna Cotta, Milk Chocolate Mousse, Boston Cream Doughnuts to their famous Stilton Cheesecake Bites and Brown Butter Lemon Tarts. I thought everything looked amazing and since they were bite sized it was perfect for sampling a little bit of each. I really enjoyed the appearance of everything, the mini milkshakes were delightful and the stilton cheesecakes were a hit as usual.

There were so many amazing dishes all evening long that I was hard pressed to pick a favorite. Everything tasted amazing and we were in such a beautiful venue – almost made me want to redo our vows. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and I couldn’t wait to share all my new-found catering info with my friends and readers that have upcoming events. Noble Fare offers a refreshing take on catering and their dishes are perfect for anything ranging from a corporate event to a custom wedding. I definitely picked up some ideas along the way!

Noble Fare Catering

cSPACE King Edward


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