Catering in Seattle


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  • Two Tartes Bakery
    In Focus: Two Tartes Cafe & Catering Neighborhood: Georgetown Owners: Lori Gilliam and Sue Benyak Years of food-service experience between them: 20+ Food: classic café eats, such as tuna nicoise sandwiches, fresh salads, and a rotating quiche selection, as well as a selection of fresh baked goods Number of people who could split a signature Mojo: About four friends could nibble off this cookie blended with coconut, chocolate chips, and oatmeal. It’s almost as big as a salad plate. Atmosphere: welcoming service without a hint of pretension Best place to host an event: Cooks cater everything from wine tastings to wedding showers in the Alcove, the café’s private dining room.
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    5629 Airport Way S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Phnom Penh Noodle House
    In Focus: Phnom Penh Noodle House Established: 1987 Specialty: authentic Cambodian cuisine Founder and chef: Sam Ung, who came to the United States as a refugee Managers: Sam’s daughters, Dawn and Darlene Signature dish: noodle soup made with a family-recipe herb broth Seattle Magazine favorite: mee katang—rice noodles with meat, chinese broccoli, shiitake mushrooms, and carrots Best entree for fans of meat: the grilled sampler platter with short ribs, a pork chop, and chicken curry Must-try vegetarian entree: red curry with tofu
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    660 S King St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Delicious Planet
    As a dependable source for door-delivered gourmet organic fare, Delicious Planet is an ideal choice for busy individuals who still want to eat organically and nutritiously. All deliverable entrees are packaged securely and environmentally soundly and are ready for freezing, heating, or storing forever in preparation for John Cusack?foretold apocalypses. Breakfast items such as the coconut brown-rice porridge ($3.99) steal morning meals back from psychedelic cereal spokesmen, and the vegan, gluten-free mondo chipotle black-bean burger ($10.95) entree delivers burger bliss without firing up the grill. With a host of sandwiches and wraps and plenty of cooked frozen fare, Delicious Planet brings professional meals with vital, flavorful, and healthy variety, while also providing a viable alternative to rowdy, raucous farmers' markets and their notoriously foulmouthed veggie vendors.
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    309 S Cloverdale St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Popcorn Chef
    Our made-to-order products are shipped and gleefully devoured around the world. Our popcorn includes quality organic ingredients, and we love to try new recipes when recommended by our customers. We offer corporate gifts, beautiful gift tins, and are a delectable fundraiser.
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    800 5th Avenue
    Seattle, WA US
  • Madhu Cuisine of India
    Madhu Cuisine of India: A User’s Guide Pan-Indian Cuisine | Rich Curries | Lunch Buffet Sample Menu Appetizer: keema samosa, stuffed with lamb, paneer, and raisins Entree: chicken vindaloo, made with potatoes and chili sauce Side: garlic naan Dessert: mango ice cream Press Box “Deep-fried, though not greasy, and addictive enough that you will gobble one pakora after another.” — Seattle Times Inside Tips Can’t decide? When you come for lunch, check out the buffet, where you can sample bites of different items or pick one to fill your plate, your bowl, and your glass. Some Friday and Saturday nights, DJs take over the back room, turning it into a low-key dance lounge and spinning records into the night. Vocab Lesson Pakora: an Indian snack made of chicken, fish, veggies, or paneer, battered in chickpea or lentils and lightly fried, usually served with chutney. Paneer: a white South Asian cheese made from boiling cow's or water buffalo's milk and curdling it with whey; it dates back to at least 6,000 BC. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Clear your palate and make your mark by depositing your gum at Pike Place Market’s Gum Wall (Pike Street at Post Alley, just west of 1st Avenue). After: Give back by dropping some coins in Rachel the Pig (Post Alley and Western Avenue), a bronze piggy bank at Pike Place Market—proceeds benefit the market directly.
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    2330 2nd Ave
    Seattle, WA US
  • Farestart
    The Three Faces of FareStart Cafe Cuisine with a Cause FareStart began in 1992, when founder David Lee realized that homeless people needed more than just food. His innovative job-training program has changed the lives of nearly 7,000 disadvantaged individuals so far. After men, women, and teens complete free food-service training—which includes life-skills training and individual case management—they can take advantage of job-placement services. Graduates of the program boast a 90% employment rate, with some even ending up at the FareStart restaurant on Virginia Street. During their training, students get on-the-job experience at FareStart Cafe. Café Favorites for Breakfast and Lunch Beginning at 7:30 a.m. Monday–Friday, the FareStart cooks start churning out quiches, breakfast sandwiches, and fresh bagels. Lunch, which stretches into early evening hours Monday–Thursday, features hot and cold sandwiches, such as a grilled-zucchini sandwich with hummus or a chicken-curry-salad sandwich topped with dried cranberries and a spring mix. Support Baristas-in-Training Designed specifically for homeless and disadvantaged youths, the FareStart Barista Training & Education Program opens up a vital career path for teens. The espresso machines at the café are manned by trainees in this program, who brew lattes, americanos, and cappuccinos for caffeine-hungry customers. Pro tip: if you bring your own cup, you’ll get a steep discount on a double-shot of espresso or a drip coffee.
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    2100 24th Ave S
    Seattle, WA US
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