- Full Name: Danya Smith
- Location: Southend
- Phone: 250-508-8722
- Expires: 21 days, 2 hours
Want to impress your friends with a gourmet meal? Don’t have time? Don’t know how to cook? Don’t have time AND don’t know how to cook? Let Lulu’s Apron do the work for you. We can do brunch (best eggs benedict in town!), a casual family-style dinner, or a 7-course epicurean extravaganza if you’re feeling fancy. We will sit with you and plan the perfect menu, do the shopping, cook the food, and serve it at your table if you like. We’ll even do the dishes!
Chef Danya Smith found her passion for cooking in her Grandma Lulu’s kitchen in Kingston, Jamaica and has been exploring flavours ever since. She graduated with honours from culinary school in Calgary, Alberta, interned with the first female chef to win Top Chef Canada, then moved to Europe to work at a well-known catering company in the south of Germany. Now she’s on Salt Spring Island, bringing her fresh, bold flavours to you.
We specialise in smaller events, but can accommodate larger events of up to 60 people.
For more information or to book us for catering, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 250-508-8722. http://www.lulusapron.com
Here’s what some of our customers have said:
“What lovely memories we will always have of our Family Anniversary Dinner!! You made it so special in every possible way. It was the most gorgeous meal! Every thoughtful extra touch was noticed and greatly appreciated.”
“I had the delightful pleasure of experiencing a delicious gourmet food event prepared by Danya Smith in June 2017. The event was a celebratory dinner with 15 guests. The menu was extraordinary with beautifully prepared appetizers, salads, sides, and a main dish that had all the trimmings. Chef Danya was front and centre, keeping her cool while preparing the meal in full exposure to the guests. I highly recommend Chef Danya’s services for small and large gatherings – she’s the best!”
“I’m so impressed with Danya’s custom menu for a workshop we’re holding at Alchemy Farm this summer. I can’t wait for my guests to enjoy her delicious treats!”
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