Buffet | © Harald Höllrigl
Buffet starter | © Harald Höllrigl
Buffet main course | © Harald Höllrigl
Buffet Service | © Harald Höllrigl
Offering dishes as part of a buffet is recommended for all events with a very open character. Stationary buffets enable the individual guests to serve themselves precisely when – and only when – they wish.
A large number of guests, for example, often inevitably leads to this kind of openness – a service type such as that of the menu quickly reaches its limits. However, openness can also be injected into the character of an event: when there is an open start and open end, allowing the guests the freedom to come and go without time constraints, then the culinary offer must also be flexibly available. This can be implemented particularly successfully with buffet stations.
We only offer traditional buffets as extensions to live cooking stations. Guests can help themselves to side dishes at the buffet while the main dishes are being prepared freshly and served by our chefs. This can be done out of a food truck if desired.