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Private dinner party with Clubvivre
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December always marks a time of celebration, be it Christmas, bidding the year goodbye, welcoming the new year, or simply just bonding with family and friends. And whilst it may be a joy to host numerous parties, planning the menu and preparing the dishes may sometimes take a toll on the host. That’s where Clubvivre comes into the picture.
Clubvivre provides hosts with a one-stop solution when it comes to preparing food for guests. Priding itself as an on-demand chef service, the company ensures that your party needs are taken care of from start to end. A team of staff purchases the necessary ingredients before the party, and on the day itself, the chef sets up shop in your home to prepare the food from scratch.
From now till the end of December, Clubvivre is offering Robb Report readers a Christmas package. From just S$1,800, you may host up to five other guests in your home while feasting on an eight-course dinner, all without lifting a finger.
You'll get to choose from the different cuisines offered, or better yet, pick a chef. Clubvivre works with highly-rated chefs ranging from those who deconstruct mainstream dishes, right down to those who've earned Michelin stars.
Should you like to host a larger number of guests, or swap a particular ingredient for something else, simply let the Clubvivre team know. Arrangements, including following a diet restriction, or requesting for a particular favourite, can be made.
And once you’ve finalised the details, Clubvivre will send you a customised set of invitations for you to pass on to your guests.
All that’s left to do? Sit back, and wait for your guests to arrive, of course.Read More
- Eight-course degustation menu for six, including the chef’s signature Amuse-bouche
- Premium wine package
- Personal chef
- Professional butler service throughout the dinner
(the number of butlers will be provided in accordance with the party size)
- Full tableware setup, including cutlery, glassware, serving platters and plates
Gift must be purchased and used by 31 December 2015.
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