Menu curation is an intrinsic part of every feast. Thoughtfully selected dishes that complement each other, presented in an impressive display, leaves an ever-lasting memory for your guests.
Samrat prepares the most delicious dishes from a wide range of cuisines. Dishes are chosen keeping the guest profile in mind. Samrat makes an extra effort to ensure the menu is suitable for the guests' palate. Current trend focusses on traditional recipes which have become rare. However multi-cuisine spread is still the favourite choice for weddings.
Buffet is the most convenient way of allowing your guests to mingle with each other. Buffet spread can be curated as per the guest profile so that they enjoy the palatable dishes. Samrat has a keen eye on details of your buffet. Presentation of food, convenience of guests moving through various multi-cuisine counters, spacing the dining area, impressive buffet displays, Samrat leaves no stone unturned to kindle a sumptuous experience for your guests.
Sit-down Traditional "Pangats"
Traditional Sit-down meals popularly known as "Pangat" have been a part of the deep rooted Indian traditions. The menu is planned to achieve a holistic experience of the rare traditional dishes. Servers dressed in traditional attire add a special touch to the Pangat. Team Samrat crafts a unique experience by serving on silver-plates with banana leaf inserts, adorned by rangoli and florals - a mesmerising ambience that sets a stage for the culinary feast about to begin!
Samrat has proudly catered the High Tea Party hosted by Former Hon'ble President of India, Pratibhatai Patil at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai, in the honour of Indian Cricket Team for winning the ICC World Cup 2011.
Samrat has also catered for a lavish High Tea Party at the Inauguration of "Wadhwani Institute for Artificial Intelligence" by Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadanvis and Hon’ble Governor of Maharashtra Vidyasagar Rao, at University of Mumbai, hosted by Romesh Wadhwani, Sunil Wadhwani, Wadhwani Family.
If you prefer guests to interact with each other, and expect them to stay only for a short while, we offer them trending plated appetizers. Bite-sized portions allow guests to feel comfortable as well as focus on the event that is planned.