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Peony Jade For award-winning Szechuan and Cantonese fare, many turn to Peony Jade. Its Keppel Club restaurant has 2016 and 2017 Michelin Bib Gourmand Awards so you can count on excellent food that will impress the fussiest of tastebuds. Catering-wise, the Forever Love Tea Reception Buffet Package starts at $28.80+ per guest with a minimum of 30 guests, and Eternal Union Wedding Banquet Buffet Package is from $60.80+ per guest with a minimum of 50. Delivery and set-up is $100+ for tea reception and $150+ for a banquet. Find out more, here. Visit www.peonyjade.com for more info. Tunglok offers couples two themes to choose from: A Walk Down Memory Lane or A Stroll in the Park, which are specially created for its wedding packages as well as buffet menus. It has four wedding catering menus, from cocktail reception to lunch and dinner buffet. On top of this, you'll also get fresh floral arrangements as well as live stations. We spoke to Joseph Gan of Tung Lok Catering on his tips when it comes to wedding catering. Prices start from $20.90++ per pax with a minimum order of 80 pax to $25.90++ per pax with a minimum order of 50 pax. Visit www.tunglokevents.com for more info. Its elegant restaurants with stunning Oriental interiors are marvellous for weddings, but if you're having your celebration at another location, you can still savour Peach Garden's renowned authentic Chinese cuisine. Its catering service, which can serve up to 600 guests, offers a customisable menu, drop-off catering as well as on-site cooking (a kitchen on the premises is required). It's also the official caterer for Gardens by the Bay and The Chapel @ Imaginairum. For package prices, visit www.peachgarden.com.sg, or email its wedding specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be it Cantonese fare like dim sum delights to contemporary Chinese fare, piquant Szechuan dishes or Teochew signatures, One Paradise offers the best of its chain of restaurants for your nuptials with its catering service. It's also got an three wedding themes you can choose from at an additional cost: Great Gatsby, Modern Rustic, Nouveau Oriental (above). Buffet packages start from $23++ per person and sit-down dining packages start from $70++ depending on your choice of restaurant from the group. Visit www.oneparadise.com.sg for more info. Image: One Paradise One of Singapore's top seafood haunts has its own catering arm to bring its well-known fare to your special occasion. Aside from fresh seafood (and its award-winning Chilli Crab), its menu includes Asian dishes like Pork Ribs with “Ching Kiang” Sauce, Braised “Ee-Fu” Noodles with XO Sauce and Lotus Leaf Glutinous Chicken Rice. Additional catering logistics and service staff can be arranged if the need arises, and the helpful team even assist couples source for a venue if necessary! Prices start from $25 per pax with a minimum of 30. Visit www.www.jumbogroup.sg/en/catering for more info. Images: Jumbo Seafood's Facebook Delicious contemporary Italian fare aside, we were bowled over by its extensive selection of buffet menu options, too! Expect exquisitely crafted and scrumptious canapes, hearty mains like prawn casserole, lamb tagine, beef stronganoff, poached salmon as well as an assortment of tempting desserts. Live station choices include meat, fish and pasta. Its high tea selection starts at $22++ per person and buffet package starts at $66++ per person. Visit www.dapaolo.com.sg for more information. Images: Da Paolo's Catering's Facebook If you're a fan of Peranakan fare, you've definitely heard of Violet Oon. From its location at Bukit Timah, the renowned author, food ambassador and cooking show host has since expanded her chain of dining outfits to include National Kitchen and Violet Oon Satay Bar and Grill. For your celebration, you can choose between butler-served canapes, plated or buffet options or live stations. It's also got an events team who'll help dream up tasteful decor to complement your wedding theme. By the way, the dry laksa and beef rendang are must-orders. Visit www.violetoon.com It's been around since 1953, is the oldest Nonya restaurant in Singapore and its Cecil Street restaurant has been in the Michelin Guide SingaYoupore Edition for two consecutive years (2016 and 2017). Have your guests tucking into mouthwatering specialties include Ayam Buah Keluak, Nonya Ngoh Hiang and Babi Pong Tay. It also provides live stations with tempting dishes like pan fried dry laksa and Nonya Babi Pangang. Packages start from $16 per person. Visit www.straitschinese.com.