Happen Catering

After graduating from International Culinary Center in New York, Isara Vitayathanagorn decided to return home and focus on catering. Serving up mainly Western cuisine with a twist for events like fashion shows or baby showers, Isara’s special dishes include homemade pasta with chicken stroganoff and pork Milanese and mango sauce. Hold your breath for their cafe opening end of this year too.
Prices: Starts from B350 per person with minimum order of 40 people.

Yellow Spoon Pastry

Yellow Spoon brings personalized touches to their Western cuisine, serving up some very cute catering ideas—think polka dots and dainty flags on your food. The team also promises that everything is homemade and with no added preservatives. Samples include penne with Italian sausage and tomato sauce, shepherd’s pie and grilled chicken honey mustard sandwiches.
Price: Snack boxes start from B90. Minimum of 50 people.

Artwins Bistro

Artwins Bistro, a cooking school that’s just been transformed into a popular brunch spot, has been offering a catering service for a few years now. Serving up mostly Western dishes and bakery treats, they’re also adept at catering to a set theme. Popular options include ham and cheese quiche, sandwich tonkatsu and lasagna.
Prices: Snack boxes start from B100 and cocktails from B250-B500. Minimum of 100 people.
02-954-4362, 090-663-9639. www.theartwins.com

Tinee Eatery

Perhaps the reason why Tinee Eatery hasn’t really established itself as a full-blown restaurant is that it keeps so busy catering so many events. They boast of being able to serve up cuisines ranging from Western, Thai and Indian, with dishes like chicken pie, brie canapé, chicken tikka and mini shepherd’s pie. The staff are also super-friendly.
Prices: Snack boxes starts from B80, buffet lines from B500, high tea from B275 and food stations at B15,000. Minimum order of 50 people and delivery charge depends on the destination.
083-015-4555. www.tinee-eatery.com


Supanniga, which ranked Number 9 in our recent Top Tables guide, offers Thai food that is simple but wonderful. Just as in the restaurant, their recently-launched catering service sticks to the owner’s grandmom’s Northeastern and Eastern recipes. Dishes include nam prik khai poo (chili paste with crab eggs), mah hor (seasoned pork with pineapple) and choo chee gung (curry with prawn). Don’t have your own spot? They also offer a Supanniga cruise on the Chao Phraya River.
Prices: B555-B999 per person with minimum order of B30,000 including service and transportation.
02-714-7508, 084-926-2442. www.supannigaeatingroom.com