We cater weddings all around Toronto and each one is unique and special for its own reasons. What made this particular Toronto wedding special for us was that it was for our very own sous-chef Hillary Brown and her husband Carmel Joseph Cuschieri.
Steam Whistle weddings are gorgeous. The indoor and outdoor spaces work perfectly for both rustic and chic weddings. The Beer Hall alone can entertain anywhere between 250 to 500 guest depending on if you do a sit down or reception. You don’t need a large group to get married there, Steam Whistle Brewing is happy to entertain groups as small as 30. Hillary and Carmel Joseph’s wedding was for 120 invitees.
Guillaume ClairetOur Sous-Chef’s Toronto Wedding at Steam Whistle Brewing
There are hundreds of event venues in and around Toronto and the GTA. When faced with so many options, how do you choose the right space for your event? The process can be a bit intimidating, so to help you in your search, our team at Daniel et Daniel has put together the following list to guide you in your decision.
Guillaume ClairetTop 12 Things to Consider when Selecting a Venue
Spring is here and for us, it’s the perfect time to launch our new website.
Our presence is in the heart of downtown Toronto and extends beyond the GTA.
For over thirty years, Daniel et Daniel has been part of Toronto’s Cabbagetown, and we have watched the area transition into a diverse and lively neighbourhood. Our company started with a kitchen attached to a small storefront, and we have developed into a four building facility with multiple kitchens, office space, and have over a hundred employees.
Our Culinary team has really outdone themselves with this show stopper. At the recent unveiling of our new Spring and Summer menu items, our Chinese Tea Poached Salmon was one of our sales team’s favourite new dishes.
It’s served cold on a bed of refreshing glass noodles and features the fresh flavours of edamame, ginger and tamarind. In order to achieve a layered flavour profile, we used Lapsang Souchong tea as our poaching liquid. Lapsang Souchong derives it’s sultry flavour from the pinewood on which it is smoke-dried and if Wikipedia is to be believed, it was one of Winston Churchill’s favourite beverages. We found that the tea’s classic, smoky aroma infuses perfectly with the tamarind glaze.
Guillaume ClairetSpring Recipe: Chinese Tea Poached Salmon