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Hands-on with Victor

VictorsFood has introduced a one-hour version of their Interactive Catering experience that allows venues to offer their guests ‘something different’ while keeping their internal F&B teams on side. The hands-on experience lets guests get involved as little or as much as they like in the cooking of a range of street food dishes in advance of a meal provided by the venue.According to Victor Pisapia, executive chef and founder of VictorsFood, a number of venue event sales people wanted to use their service, but were getting grief from their F&B teams. “Our one hour version lets the venue offer their guests a unique experience without making changes to their internal operations.”Shannan Lane, sales manager of Mercure Sydney said, “We’re really excited to have something different to offer our clients without torturing our F&B team, who get to do what they do best.” VictorsFood has introduced a one-hour version of their Interactive Catering experience that allows venues to offer their guests ‘something different’ while keeping their internal F&B teams on side.
The hands-on experience lets guests get involved as little or as much as they like in the cooking of a range of street food dishes in advance of a meal provided by the venue.
According to Victor Pisapia, executive chef and founder of VictorsFood, a number of venue event sales people wanted to use their service, but were getting grief from their F&B teams.
“Our one hour version lets the venue offer their guests a unique experience without making changes to their internal operations.”
Shannan Lane, sales manager of Mercure Sydney said, “We’re really excited to have something different to offer our clients without torturing our F&B team, who get to do what they do best.”
 
 
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