& professional staff
Small Event Catering Fort Lauderdale - Divine Culinary
How can we help with your catering needs?
Our Story of
A Perfect Blend of Sensational Food, Inspiring Ideas and Professional Staff
If you’re looking for a caterer to help you make your corporate event, party, or special occasion one to remember in South Florida, then you should choose a caterer who offers elegance, sophistication and experience. Choose Divine Culinary Co. With over 30 years of experience in the catering industry. The caterer you choose should be able to provide you with the perfect menu, atmosphere, and service to make your event one to remember. Whether you’re hosting a small gathering or a large corporate event, you can always trust in the experience of Divine Culinary to make your event a success.
Planning a Fabulous Event?
On one of the most important days of your life. Let us provide a full catering experience.
Whether you need service for a corporate event or a staff luncheon. We have you covered.
Social events are important to our clients, and we guarantee the highest level of service.
We would love to bring our talents to your family or business picnic.
Big or small, adult or kids carnivals. We have you covered!
A private dining room, or a penthouse cocktail party. These are some of our favorite events!
On one of the most important days of your life we provide a full catering program
You can order a corporate full time or part-time service for personnel/staff lunches
Social events are highly important to our clients, and we guarantee perfect service
We will be more than happy to work for you during a family or a business picnic
We are completely capable of serving for big, open, small, adults or kids festivals
A private dining room, or a penthouse catering is one of our many great services
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Our Story of
Silver service is oriented for a right-handed waiter. Thus to serve the food, the waiter stands behind the guest and to the guest’s left, holds or supports the platter with their left hand, and serves the food with their right hand. It is common for the waiter to hold the serving-fork above the serving-spoon both in the right hand, and use the fingers to manipulate the two as a pincer for picking up and transferring the food.
Andreo Moreno, Master-Chef