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Montrealers, any restaurant you would trust/know of that caters weddings?

NewYorkerInMontreal | Oct 29, 200108:41 PM     4

Next year, we're getting married in Montreal. We're from New York so we know good food, but Montreal is a city we love and figured it would be a wonderful place to marry.

Anyway, we've never had good wedding food in our lives - who among us often has? So, we were thinking of having a Montreal restaurant do the catering, if any do. Oddly enough, we were thinking of some sort of Asian cuisine presented at our wedding in a haute cuisine fashion. Thai is our favorite food by far. This past weekend we were in Montreal and tested out Chao Phraya. Not only do they not do parties, the food was, well, not very good.

Any other Thai suggestions? Or Malaysian? We're not going to do Chinese - too lowbrow however much we love it - hard for it to be received as elegant no matter how you package it. We also don't love Vietnamese.

Best,
NewYorkerInMontreal

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