Private Chef Dining

Half Day Meeting Package

$55.00

Half Day Meeting Delegate Package:

Fuel your board meetings with a half-day gourmet menu that will impress clients or treat guests. This package includes two options of exquisite finger foods and an easy-to-eat substantial meal carefully designed by your chef in a cuisine or theme of your choice. All ingredients used in this delegate package will be hand-selected by your chef and locally sourced where possible. 

The price is per person, inclusive of GST, a minimum of 20 guests applies, includes an average of 5 substantial food items per person, as well as bottomless beverages. 

What’s included?

  • Coffee, tea, and fresh juice,
  • 2 varieties of savoury finger foods,
  • 1 substantial savoury food item,
  • 2 varieties of sweets/dessert items.

You can find a few sample menus by scrolling further below. 

Book in 3 easy steps:

  1. select add to cart,
  2. enter event details,
  3. secure pay online.

If you would like to book this package and add service staff or additional products please add this package to the cart and then go on to add the additional packages. In case you want a different package simply go back to the main shop page and view the rest of the Private Chef packages. 

Your menu will be fully customised based on your requirements by a Private Chef.


Menu examples

1. Chef Robert’s Fusion example menu:

  1. Beverages: Tea & Coffee, Juice
  2. Finger foods: Feta & pear with cos lettuce & walnuts, salad (GF, V), Mini polenta and almond cakes (V, VEG, GF)
  3. Substantial items: Butter chicken with Toasted cashew coriander and yoghurt (VEG option available)
  4. Sweet items: Fresh Fruit Platter (GF, DF), Coconut chia seed cups (GF, DF)

2. Chef Anton’s’ Mediterranean example menu:

  1. Beverages: Tea & Coffee, Juice
  2. Finger foods: Ricotta and zucchini tarts (V), Caramelized Leek and Smoked bacon Tartlet (V)
  3. Substantial items: Cheese with bacon and spinach quiche
  4. Sweet items: Chocolate brownie with raspberries (V), Jam tart (V)

3. Chef Sailesh’s Modern Australian example menu:

  1. Beverages: Tea & Coffee, Juice
  2. Finger foods: Tomato and rocket frittata (VEG, GF), Pumpkin with quinoa and pepita salad (GF, VEG, DF)
  3. Substantial items: Salami and provolone Turkish bread with eggplant and green olive tapenade,
  4. Sweet items: Flourless Dark Chocolate & Almond Delice GF, V), Freshly baked danishes & croissants (V)

CHEFIN Booking process

Next Steps

  • Secure your booking by paying in full. If using bank transfer/EFTPOS, please ensure you use the order number as a payment reference.
  • CHEFIN will email you a booking confirmation and calendar invitation. This will include a form to collect your information and particular needs/requirements.
  • Once you have filled in the form and sent it back to us, and your booking is sooner than in 3 weeks, we will assign a Chef based on your needs and desires.
  • Your assigned Chef will design a unique menu tailored to your brief, event, dietaries and tastes.
  • You can preview this menu, provide feedback, and advise of any menu & event changes along the way.

When should I order a half day delegate meeting package?

The half-day delegate meeting package is the best catering option for meetings, functions, seminars, conferences, and training days. It’s also a great option for workshops, expos, classes, and lectures. 

Choose the half-day meeting package when hosting a meeting or event that will fall during traditional mealtime. Instead of letting guests go hungry, a half-day meeting package ensures there’s always food around to snack on during your event. 

What are the best foods to cater for a meeting?

Food & beverages are a must-have at any conference, meeting, or seminar. It shows your guests that they are valued and appreciated while also providing some sustenance to give them brain power during your event. But not all foods will farewell at a meeting! They need to be easy-to-eat, nourishing, simple, and not too overpowering in scent. Here are the best foods to serve at your meeting: 

  • Fresh fruit. Ideally, fresh fruit would be served alongside some more substantial snacks, but either way, fruit is essential to meeting food. Simple and nutritious, fruit provides a good dose of energy to keep people fuelled at meetings. It’s also an easy win – everybody eats fruit and when you have a good variety there’s something for everyone to snack on. 
  • Baked foods. Pies, quiches, tartlets… baked goods are prized meeting foods thanks to their ease of eating. They’re easy to eat with the hands during a meeting and make minimal noise while chewing – perfect! Baked foods are also popular as they can be eaten during the morning, afternoon, or evening. 
  • Sweet treats. Every meeting needs a good dose of sugar to keep spirits high, and sweet pastries or treats are one way to do it. Not everyone can reach for another cup of coffee! Make sure your guests have the chance to munch on something sugary and delicious to keep them alert and interested. 

5 food & beverage trends for your meeting

Want to impress your clients or guests with on-trend food? Here are the top five trends in food & beverages for meetings:

  • Eat local. Or hyperlocal where possible. Australian products are great, but if you can find food that has been grown or harvested in your local area then even better. The same goes for seafood and meat – if you can source these products from local farms or co-ops then do so. So many people are growing more conscious of their carbon footprint and looking for foods that have been grown in their local environment. Eating locally shows guests that you support your community, are eco-conscious, and proud of your local area. 
  • Drink from small breweries & wineries. Craft beers and wines are experiencing an enormous upward trend as more people stray from mainstream brands and look for small-batch experiences. They want to try new and different flavours, unique brewing methods, and alcohol that features more personality. Having local wines and beers at your event is another great way to support your local community and provides a fun experience when hosting clients from abroad. 
  • Different ingredients. People want food to look familiar but feel different. Especially at meetings, you want grab & go food that’s easy to eat, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring. Spice up a tart with exotic ingredients or go for a fusion meal that’s refreshing and different. 
  • Eco & sustainable. In line with the upward trend in eating local is eating sustainably. People are more interested in eco-friendly foods that are friendly for the environment and ethically produced. Source fair trade ingredients where possible and avoid processed foods where you can. Always choose foods with recyclable packaging.