Melbourne CBD Gourmet Antipasto Platters
Bring a touch of class to your office catering with a gourmet Antipasto platter. We offer free local delivery, or collect your platter from Roozervelts restaurant at Collins Place in the CBD. For a fresh, customisable and delicious antipasto catering result, contact Roozervelts – Food Heaven.
Gourmet Antipasto Platters
Our Antipasto Platters include a selection of marinated grilled mushroom, capsicum, zucchini, eggplant, sundried tomatoes, Kalamata olives, feta and perciutto. We serve them with bread sticks, crackers. We’re keen to fit in with your specific needs, so if you have a particular dietary requirement to cater for, just let our team know – we’ll work with you to make your platter perfect!
Antipasto Platter Pricing
Our gourmet antipasto platters are priced at $9.00 per person. Minimum order quantity may apply. Local delivery is free.
Gourmet Antipasto Platter Catering Enquiry
Enquire about a gourmet antipasto platter for your event. We’ll contact you to provide a quote & discuss your requirements. We accept last-minute orders as we are able.
What is Antipasto, Actually?
Wikipedia defines Antipasto as: Antipasto (plural antipasti) is the traditional first course of a formal Italian meal. The inclusions vary greatly from region to region. You can introduce antipasto to your catering as a pre-meal treat or exclusively, as a snack or treat to compliment your meeting or gathering.
When is it ‘Antipasto Time’?
Traditionally, antipasto was served in the evening to promote the appetite prior to a main meal. Nowadays there’s much more flexibility in when you can serve an antipasto platter. Although it probably isn’t the best option for breakfast, from morning tea through lunch and into the evening, this is always an office-catering option to consider.
Antipasto has to look fantastic as well as to taste delicious. We’ll make sure your platter presents as well as it tastes! Part of the fun of antipasto is the variety and colour it brings to the table, making it an asset for meetings aesthetically and through the informal dining process.