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Why you should hire a food truck instead of a traditional catering service

by FOOD TRUCK SPACES Creating Infrastructure Where There Once Was None

If you are planning an event or a yard party, hiring an excellent catering service is one of the best ways to make it more enjoyable and memorable for your guests.

No doubt, traditional catering saves time and the food is fine too, but it’s just too dull (and costly.) That’s why food trucks are popular and trendy nowadays. Food trucks “restaurant on wheels” gives your guests a pleasant service with varieties of delicious dishes.

A food truck coordinator plays a critical role in properly managing those trucks. Choosing a food truck instead of a traditional caterer is more suitable for making your party successful! Here are a few points that will educate you on why you should hire a food truck instead of a traditional caterer:

  • Traditional caterers have a minimal menu, which may not be appreciated by all of your guests. On the other hand, a food truck can serve almost any cuisine you and your guest’s desire. You can always hire more than one food truck to cater to crowds with a variety of tastes.
  • Traditional caterers make large batches of food ahead of time. However, food truck serves the food hot, fresh and delicious because they make the food there and then.
  • Nowadays, everyone likes an outdoor party. Setting up an open-air kitchen is very difficult for traditional caterers. But, the coordinator can arrange the food truck parking so that the truck can just arrive at the location, park and set up everything in a short time.

Give your guests a pleasant catering service and make your events memorable & unique with one and more food trucks.


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