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How Much It Costs to Order a Grazing Table in Manila

Adding a grazing table to your spread will turn your party into a feast.
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If you're looking to add an extra special touch to your holiday spread, why not start with a grazing table? Here, the most lavish grazing tables that are as good as they look.

Gourmandise By Sunshine

Price: P25,000 for 30 pax

Chef Sunshine Puey’s Gourmandise crafts grazing tables with customizable selections to ensure you have the perfect spread. Gourmandise's grazing tables are available in 30- and 40-person packages. Both include table styling plus set up, and consist of a full spread of assorted cheese and cured meat, jams, dips, honey, assorted nuts, dried and fresh fruit, crackers, toast, vegetable crudites, olives, chocolate, and seasonal garnishes.

In addition to charcuterie boards and grazing tables, Gourmandise has a Dessert Buffet that highlights Sunshine’s delectable artisan sweets. The made-to-order gourmet menu also has an assortment of cakes and pastries, bottled sauces, and handcrafted kitchen items. 0917.883.2432; [email protected]; gmdbysunshine.com.

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Aperitif

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Price: P30,000 for 30 pax

Founded in August 2016, it’s safe to say that Aperitif started the grazing table craze in Manila. What started as a grazing table service has since expanded into boxes, boards, and stations. Still, Aperitif is best known for its indulgent grazing table which consists of a whole kilo of premium Italian cold cuts, five kinds of luxury cheese, dips and chips, bread and crostinis, nuts and dried fruits, seasonal fruit and dessert. 0917.573.7171; [email protected]; aperitifph.com.

Cart Tales Manila

Price: P12,000 for a party box

More than the typical grazing table, Cart Tales Manila specializes in themed food carts, table spreads, and gift boxes. Some of its themed spreads take inspiration from places such as Germany and the Mediterranean with its green/foliage themed tables. 0945.321.2938; [email protected]

Clementine

Posted by Clementine on Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Price: P1,300++ per person (minimum of 30 guests)

Clementine’s Cheese and Charcuterie Grazing Table comes with an assortment of soft, hard, and blue cheeses, cured meat, fresh fruit, crackers, and nuts. Perfect for any time of the day, the 30-person table comes with an iced tea and freshly brewed coffee bar. Clementine also offers a Cheese, Charcuterie, and Canapé Grazing Table which is its original grazing table with the addition of croquettes, crostinis, choux puffs, tartlets, blinis, and petit fours. 0917.871.7123; [email protected]; clementine.ph.

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Aperitivo Da Andare

Price: P20,000 for 30 pax

If you're a purist looking for no-frills cold cuts and cheese, then look no further than Aperitivo Da Andare. Its party-perfect platters feature cheese, cured meat, truffle honey, breadsticks, crackers, seasonal and dried fruit and nuts. 0917.500.4751; [email protected]

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