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Catering Recommendations: Indian Chaat (Chat); Finger Foods; Indian Tandoor

yokamal | Nov 5, 201111:21 AM     2

Hi Everyone, we're getting married in August in a small harbor town outside Tacoma and planning from afar could use some recommendations for our boho chic wedding. Specifically we need any recommendations or places to look for:

o Caterer that can provide an Indian Chaat "buffet" or spread for an Indian pooja we're having that morning at a residence

o Caterer that can put out a fantastic, visually appealing and creative finger food presentation for 65 later that evening at a small inn. We're not looking for meat on a stick and sliders; but something more elegant as well as local, and well -- different or unique.

o Lastly, a caterer that can bring an Indian Tandoor oven out to the same inn to serve fresh tandoori paneer, salmon, shrimp, etc... as an accompaniment to our own prepared more western starters and sides.

We need someone that can not just "cook" it, but present it in a way that is stylish and memorable.

Thanks, Kamal

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