Creativity

Endlessly Designing New Catering Concepts and Flavors in an effort to keep customers asking for more.

Flexibility

At Chef's Table Catering what you want is what we will provide and if your not sure what you want we will provide the creative ideas to ensure your event is a success.

Consistency

Successfully catering both corporate and private events since 1984. You can be confident that the quality of food, the timeliness of the delivery and the highest level of service is ensured.

Philadelphia Catering News

Catering in Philadelphia with Chef’s Table

The Chef’s Table provides Event planning and catering in the Philadelphia area for events serving 10 to 4000. We provide rental of any or all equipment “china, linens, glassware, stages and tents!”. We provide staff and catering services for any event including but not limited to chefs, servers and bartenders . The Chef’s Table can

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Chef’s Table Story Of Catering Philadelphia

In 1984, the Chef’s Market brought gourmet foods to Philadelphia. Along with its fabulous selection of imported goods, groceries and baked items;   Philadelphia was introduced to an exceptional selection of prepared foods.   The prepared foods department has evolved into a catering company that for the past two decades, has provided services for baby

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Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Pssst. What are you doing the first weekend of March? No plans? Nothing special? Well, here’s what you should do. Book a ticket to South Carolina and head to the Charleston Wine and Food Festival. From March 2-6, there will be more than 100 events featuring some 250 local and guest chefs, winemakers, beverage experts,

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Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Curtis Duffy has earned three Michelin stars two years running at Grace in Chicago. A new documentary showcases his work and the restaurant. (Photo: Huge Galdones.) I feel a sense of déjà vu when I walk into Grace, the Michelin-starred restaurant from chef Curtis Duffy that sits on the eastern side of Chicago’s restaurant row.

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Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Netherlands-based blogger and handbag and accessories designer Rommydebommy has exactly what you need for Fashion Week: a purse (or two) made from something everyone’s thinking about. Her ultra-realistic reproductions of the foods everyone dutifully stays away from until the last model has “beauty-stomped” off the final runway are as beautiful as they are inspirational. Be

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Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Illustration by Daniel de GraafLast year at Super Bowl time, in a nationally televised pregame interview, President Barack Obama was asked to make a crucial decision, one that revealed the commander-in-chief’s true allegiances once and for all. Mr. President, which do you prefer: Chicken wings, or chips and guacamole? “Now, that’s tough,” the president told

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Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Meet Elias Cairo, champion of cured pork and cultivator of “house flora” at Oregon’s first USDA-approved salumeria, Olympia Provisions. His team butchers antibiotic-free Pacific Northwest pork and processes it into damn fine charcuterie using age-old Swiss techniques. Just because he takes his cured pig seriously doesn’t mean he can’t have a little fun with it

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Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

They’re on the road, traveling the world, scribbling out tour riders that may or may not be delivered and up at the hours when the best late-night eats are at their very best: They’re the hungriest bands we’ve ever spoken to, and they are obsessed with food. Many have worked in the food service industry

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Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Tomato soup is all about comfort. Sick days, snow days — what would they be without a big bowl of the red stuff accompanied by a gooey grilled cheese? And just like its melty best bud, tomato soup is the sort of dish you want to whip up in a matter of minutes. ChefSteps wrote

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Chef’s Table Catering Philadelphia Tips and Recipes

Somm director Jason Wise returns with a sequel of sorts, looking at the world’s great wines in 10 chapters in Somm: Into the Bottle. (Photo courtesy of Samuel Goldwyn Films.) What came first: the craze over Somm, the movie, or the somm craze itself? It’s hard to say. The Court of Sommeliers has, since the

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