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This Cheese Catering Service Will Be the Hit of Any Party
It's 2017. Don't make her do all the work.
IMAGE Karla Reyes

Your S.O. suddenly comes down with something and now you have a dinner to plan. What to do?

This situation is a bit of a stretch, but why leave all the party-planning to the missus? Impress her and your guests with your effortless hospitality. Behold, this cheese catering service that will steal the show at any dinner and make you the party host of the decade: La Petit Fromagerie.  

This cheese-focused caterer (owned by the same folks behind The Plaza Premium Baked Ham) offers five types of cheese buffets: Assorted Cheese, Raclette, Cheese and Raclette, Cheese Fondue, and a more diverse Grilled Cheese Buffet for a massive celebration. 

Available cheeses include Brie, Bridel, Camembert, mozzarella, chevre, Gouda, Gruyere, Manchego, cheddar, Gorgonzola, Cambozola, and Stilton—a nice assortment of nutty, sharp, soft, fresh, creamy, and funky cheeses. A basic buffet would set you back P10,000. The setup includes accroutrements like crackers, crostinis, breadsticks, cornichons, honey, and dried fruit. 

Make it a cheese and wine party. La Petit Fromagerie also partners with Swizzle Mobile Bar. 

For more information, contact La Petit Fromagerie at 0917-791-2865; [email protected];

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Sasha eats to live and lives to eat. For five years, she handled's food section and edited the last two installments of its Top 10 Food books. She also recently participated at the Madrid Fusion Manila as curator.
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