Choosing food for office catering can be complicated. There are many different aspects that need to be considered when it comes to corporate catering or ordering food for a conference or event. The most important thing to navigate is what type of food to order and how it can work best for your meeting or event. Whether you’re going into a meeting, hosting team building activities, talking to potential clients or sitting at your desk for the rest of the day, no one wants to be caught in an awkward food situation!
Here are our top 5 worst foods to order for office catering. You have been warned!
Bad breath would have to be one of the worst things to deal with when talking to someone, and both garlic and onion can leave you or your colleagues with a less-than-pleasant odour hanging about. Taking a toothbrush to work or sneakily chewing some gum might help the halitosis, but it’s best to steer clear of these before important meetings!
Two words: messy and greasy. A great snack for after-work drinks, not so much during a more formal meeting. You know if anything requires a bib, it’s probably best to eat these when you’re not prepping for the AGM.
While you might be feeling a little nervous during a big meeting, the whole world doesn’t have to know it. Loading up on a super hot curry with a host of spices might seem like a delicious option, but could literally leave you red in the face and gasping for air.
Slurping back red-sauce spaghetti is never a good look. Rich sauces are prone to falling and can leave a nasty stain on your clothes. Not the greatest for making that crucial first impression!
Beans, beans the musical fruit, the more you eat the more you…well, we all know how that one ends, and how your day will end if you choose to have beans at your next meeting or training session. But never fear, our humble corporate catering experts know all the ins and outs of making your corporate catering event successful, and taking the stress out of office catering in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane! So don’t let any of these food woes happen to you or your co-workers, Order-In will help make you (and your boss) look good.