Hey Party Planners!
Ever found yourself in a pickle, trying to whip up a party menu at the eleventh hour? I know, I’ve been there too! Sometimes when planning a party, it’s easier to go with what you know, especially if you haven’t had time to plan ahead.
Let’s talk about food – the make or break of any event.
The last thing you want is your guests whispering about the lackluster spread. But hey, no stress! If you’re scrambling for ideas and need something quick, tasty, and with no surprises, fast food catering could be your knight in shining armor.
Why Fast Food Catering?
First off, let’s get real – we’re not talking about gourmet, but we are talking convenience, familiarity, and something that can please a crowd. Fast food catering is a lifesaver when you’re short on time or want to keep things simple yet satisfying.
In this article, we’re dishing out an honest review and our unfiltered opinions on ordering fast food for catering from some popular restaurant chains across Australia.
Which Fast Food Chains Have an Easy Ordering System? (Opinion)
Let’s kick things off with the ease of ordering. Nobody wants to wrestle with a complicated ordering system when the clock’s ticking. In my experience, chains like KFC and Domino’s have made their ordering process a breeze. With user-friendly websites and apps, you can sort your party feast in just a few clicks! Subway also offer catering: however I had a rather disappointing experience because they wanted to cancel my order last minute.
Which Fast Food Chains Offer Catered Options (List)
- KFC: Buckets of chicken, ample sides, and meal deals perfect for groups.
- Domino’s: Variety of pizzas and sides that cater to different dietary preferences.
- Subway: Offers sandwich platters – a healthier option with customisable choices.
- Red Rooster: Good for hearty meals including roast chicken and sides.
- Guzman Y Gomez: Yummy Mexican options
- Sushi Train: Awesome sushi catering platters in all sizes.
Does McDonald’s Offer Catering?
A big question I often hear is about McDonald’s. As of my latest check, McDonald’s in Australia doesn’t offer a specific catering service. However, you can still make large orders through their app or in-store. They are more than happy to oblige and make it super easy. Just be prepared for a bit of a wait during peak hours.
Wrapping It Up
To wrap things up, fast food catering can be a total game-changer for your next event. It’s all about convenience, familiarity, and satisfying those comfort food cravings. Just remember to order ahead to avoid any last-minute rushes, and you’re all set for a fantastic party!
Got any tips or experiences with fast food catering at your events? Drop a comment below or check out our other blog posts for more party planning inspo!