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Jollof Rice Fried Rice Coleslaw Salad Stewed Chicken Stewed Beef Moinmoin Nigerian Wedding
Your guests arrive and are greeted with tantalizing canapés, the best Nigerian small chops; gizdodo, coconut crusted chicken, beef crostini and spicy shrimp iris. Canapé cocktail hours are the latest addition to the party scene and a great way for your guests to mingle before being seated.

Goldielux Catering Waiters Savory Mince Canapes Coconut Crusted Fried Chicken and Red Cabbage Spicy Shrimp Iris Prawn Cocktail Chicken Skewers Roast Beef Bruschettas Spinach Cuppy
Then they move on to your beautifully decorated banquet hall with the DJ playing the latest jams and await all the delicacies you’ve promised. The stunning tables capes and elegant decor intimate them of what is to come.

Gold Cream and Blue Tablescape Red and Crystal Tablescape Black White Gold Table Setting Nigerian Wedding Green Sliver Crystal Candles Tablescape
It’s finally time for all that food. “Party jollof” aka jollof rice, moin moin, stewed beef and peppered chicken, coleslaw, dodo… Freshly made amala, ewedu, gbegiri, stew, and shaki, kpomo and other “assorted”… Pounded yam, egusi with snails and dried fish…

Goldielux Catering Nigerian Food Continental Dish Menu Ofada Rice Fried Plantain Assorted Meats Ayamashe Sauce and Stewed Fish Amala Ewedu Gbegiri and Fish StewEfo Riro, Stewed Kpomo, Shaki and Beef and Pounded Yam Asaro Yam Pottage with Stewed Fish and Pepper Sauce
Those that like continental dishes are not left out; chow mein, shredded beef and peppers, sweet and sour chicken; steak and peppercorn sauce with roasted potatoes and buttered vegetables. The waiters dash around with trays of mouth watering food and there’s that moment when you’re asking yourself if you ordered the best. Don’t worry all the dishes are delicious!

Grilled Calamari and Cherry Tomato Salad Surf and Turf Shrimp Steak with Roasted Potatoes and Buttered Vegetables Thai Curry Grilled Chicken and Root Vegetables Braised Chicken and Fettuccine with Shrimp Alfredo and Cabbage Ribbons
If you’d like all of this and more, give Goldielux Catering a call. Goldielux Catering offers a range of canapés and meals for weddings, birthday parties, corporate events and other social functions.

They are a top Lagos based Nigerian wedding vendor and catering company that specialize in delivering beautifully presented plates of food even for large numbers. Plus their crockery and tablescapes perfectly complement your decor thus saving on decoration costs.

Also, if you place an order for over 500 guests’ main meals before November 30th, 2015 you get complementary canapés for your cocktail hour!

Follow them @GoldieluxCatering on Instagram, give them a call on +234 809 184 9157 or email [email protected] quoting “Goldielux Canape Offer”.

*All photos used were taken at events and social functions Goldielux catered at*

Contact Details
Instagram: @GoldieluxCatering | Phone: +234 809 184 9157 | Email: [email protected] | Website 

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  1. Ephi

    November 16, 2015 at 1:38 pm

    Oh my goodness, this is NOT fair. All these mouth-watering pictures on a Monday afternoon in this cold autumn weather, BN well done oh! 🙂

  2. soxy

    November 16, 2015 at 1:43 pm

    I was literally salivating from these photos. Looks neat and tasy. I like!!!

  3. Onetallgirl

    November 16, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    My oatmeal tastes bland, after looking at all those pics of delicious naija food!

  4. mr x

    November 16, 2015 at 4:13 pm

    Damn!!. Salivating at my desk.. Miss home 🙁

  5. medemede

    November 16, 2015 at 5:05 pm

    There is God o! all these salivating pictures you people are sharing this morning so.

    @Ephi we are in November and its not autumn

    • The real D

      November 16, 2015 at 6:20 pm

      @medemede, I don’t know if you know Ephi and reside in the same area. Where I am at, it is definitely autumn and according to the Calendar since the official date of winter does not begin till Dec 21 and fall runs from Sep 23 to Dec 21. I would say Ephi is actually very right. But I know it is almost summer in SA so again it comes down to location. My point is there is no universal season and in your bid to sound knowledgeable you came across as ignorant.

  6. Lon

    November 16, 2015 at 6:48 pm

    Mind you Medemede, it is absolutely cold autumn where we at..

    Back to aritcle….Squirrel Restaurant in Canning Town is calling my name, abula or ayamase with naija schweppes all the way…

  7. Bade

    November 16, 2015 at 7:08 pm

    Chai. You guys are making me so hungry. Please I just need that amala in my life.

  8. molarah

    November 16, 2015 at 8:56 pm

    And THIS is how you advertise your business! Good concept. See everybody salivating over the post.

  9. The real D

    November 17, 2015 at 12:02 am

    On another note, Ms. Wura, you might want to blur out or crop out Ms. Tinuke -‘s name and phone number for security reasons from your testimonials. Nevertheless, your web page looks good. I have to applaud you for even having one in a country where many vendors are yet to fully grasp the power of the worldwide web and more importantly why having a website can be mighty beneficial.

  10. Ada

    June 17, 2016 at 8:16 am

    Nice Goldieluxe, but you should also include how the Nigerian food should represent the the host’s and guest’s ethnicities.

  11. annie

    January 30, 2019 at 9:38 am

    NICE! i want that ofada rice

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