Hello T.O. Chowhounders,
I'm looking for banquet hall food reviews in your fair city - please help my wedding food selection avoid becoming an unmitigated train wreck. I am a Montreal expat living in Saskatoon and getting married in Toronto next year. Good times.
Because of where my fiancée lives (Vaughan) and the size of our wedding (~400!), we're pretty much limited methinks to the banquet halls in the area. This will be a culturally mixed Assyrian-Iraqi and Québécois-American wedding, our budget per person is not very high due the huge number of attendees, and we are fully aware that we can't make everyone happy.
Of the many halls we visited, Supreme Banquet Centre, La Borgata and The Avenue are the ones we felt provided the best service with the nicest facilities and most reasonable prices. More importantly, we felt comfortable that they could tailor a Middle Eastern / Mediterranean / Continental menu to suit everyone without it turning into a flavor fiasco. Antipasto, Hors d'oeuvres, pasta, kebobs + rice or biryani, taboulé, hummus, etc.
We are going to be choosing one over the next week. I can go into more details about what we're getting at each one, but it's all fairly similar. Has anyone been to an event at Supreme, Borgata or The Avenue? How was the food?
8400 Jane St, Vaughan, ON L4K 4L8, CA
The Avenue Banquets
1600 Steeles Ave W, Vaughan, ON L4K 4M2, CA