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Deli Hub Catering

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At DeliHub Catering, we specialize in high-quality buffets, high-tea and BBQ feasts for all occasions. We also offer bento boxes and mini drop-off buffets. As the subsidiary of our parent company Neo Garden (Non-Halal certified), we possess over 10 years of experience in serving our fine delicacies to satisfied corporate and residential customers in a multitude of settings: corporate functions, wedding receptions & other special events.
DeliHub Catering Pte Ltd has been Halal Certified since January 2005.

Fri to Sun: 8.30 am - 7.00 pm, Mon to Thu: 8.30 am - 8.30 pm

+65 65150020
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• 29 Dec 2009 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

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I engaged their catering service for an office party. Very prompt, efficient and professional. Value for money too, as I ordered for 100, and there were a lot of leftovers, their serving is very large. Nothing fantastic to shout about the food, but it's pretty decent for the price you pay. Try the curry chicken and chocolate eclairs. I think that's what everyone goes for.
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• 28 Dec 2009 • 11 reviews • 0 follower

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I had used Deli Hub Catering for a recent office event and was quite satisfied with the service. Delivery was a bit delayed (perhaps to traffic jams around the city area where the event was held). The staff was apologetic and managed to setup the buffet quickly to avoid further delays to my event. Quantity: Serving was just nice - I catered a 50-person meal for 70 persons and there were some leftovers - good serving size. Quality: Food was yummy - the must-trys are Curry Chicken and Chocolate Eclairs. The price is quite reasonable at just over $10 per head. Clearance of the buffet after the party was no fuss - they arrived on time and carried out their work efficiently without leaving any mess. I would definitely use this catering service again and recommend them to my friends. If you want a decent Asian-Western meal (Fried Rice - Curry Chicken - Western desserts e.g. cakes), this is one of the best caterers out there.
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