The Royal Caterer by Chef Boy Logro aims to be recognized as the superior provider of exquisite food, high quality and innovative catering services throughout the Philippines. It delivers not only great food but also the best possible function arrangements for everyone to cater to needs and wants in one complete package. Every event is meticulously prepared by a team of experienced chef and staff.

Last August, we were invited to experience the finest of some of The Royal Caterer’s dishes at Manila Culinary and Hospitality Academy for their relaunch and at the same time celebrate the third anniversary of Team Aldous.

Food on the buffet table included chicken liver pate in Melba Toast, canapes, pork kebab with Hollandaise sauce, penne with shrimp tomato vodka cream sauce, linguini with creamy pesto, mango tapioca, blueberry truffle, maja blanca and more.

Each selection was paired with various cocktails courtesy of Wild Cocktails Mobile Bar. Desserts such as the chocolate cake and creamy cupcakes were served by Bethany Cakes. Fantasy Kiosk’s photo booth, DJ Tony Tubero, and Am2 and Chichay Balagtas were also present to uplift the cool and hip vibe of the night. These are all great elements to a fine celebration that would bring people together.

For more information, please visit The Royal Caterer’s Facebook Page or follow them on Instagram. Contact numbers: 0922 8489889, 0917 6700289, (02) 7234926, and (02) 7242756.

Other Event Sponsors
Fantasy Kiosk Photo Booth 
Berk’s Studio Photography and Videography
Orange Lights and Sounds: Contact No. 09178060980
Wild Cocktails: Contact No. 09988541585
Maraschino Bakeshop
Bethany Dream Cakes: Contact No. (02) 986-06-74


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21 Responses

  1. LaiAriel Samanagka

    You guys seemed to experience a great time during the event. I actually like how the food was presented, it looks delicious. I as well love how concise this article was written, informative and a good read.

  2. Fred

    Royal Caterers sound like a very self-promoting, over-confident name. Good to know that they live up to their “difficult to live up to” name.

  3. lex

    great name for a great brand. for growth and staying stronger than others, it begins with you believing in yourself and thats the spirit.

  4. Tiffany Yong

    Loads of desserts I see over there. Did you managed to try all of them? Any highly recommended ones? I wonder how the chocolate cake taste like!

  5. Franc Ramon

    You had me at desserts. I think a rebranding always refreshes the product and it’s a good way of generating attention to the product.

  6. nicol

    that food and those desserts specifically. i am drooling right now. everything looks great

  7. Elizabeth O.

    That’s amazing! I think it’s awesome that you got to try this new catering service. The food looks great. It’s always good to know a caterer that will help you with all your party hosting needs.

    • Rochkirstin Santos

      With a trusted food caterer in Metro Manila, you would not have to worry about the composition of a party package. They can provide everything to suit your need. ;D

  8. Shub

    Fun experience it must be! Such types of events make you aware of what’s new in the food world.

    • Rochkirstin Santos

      Yes, I haven’t heard about this place until that night. I’m not sure though if it also offers crash courses for those who are interested to learn basic cooking techniques. 🙂


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