Generally referred to as Chinese Lauriat was derived from Fookien (Minnan) dialect, Lao-Diat or “Re-Nao” in Mandarin, which means special occasion or banquet among Chinese-Filipino community. The banquet consists of around 10 big dishes with different kinds of exotic food, from appetizer to shark’s fin soup, to noodles and desserts. It usually lasts 2 to 3 hours.
Plated Dinner Menu
Tjioe specializes in micro-plating which is a term used to define art in individual plates served. Micro plating is elegant and ideal for small or private parties consisting of 10 to 20 people.
Our all-you-can-eat service comes with a package set-menu or make your own set. These can be Chinese, Chinoy or Western in theme. Our buffet comes with complete set-up and or table setting, depending on your event and cost considerations.
Hors d’ Oeuvres
Usually served in between guests’ arrival or when the main meal is to be served at a later time. Also referred to as Hors d’oeuvre in French where apéritifs are served as a drink before meals. This service is best suited for corporate or cocktail events.
Tjioe is also known for its quick packed lunches or food orders. We deliver by bulk or setup an elegant quick counter for your events that require packed foods.
Tjioe the Caterer (pronounced as “chew”) is perhaps the most respected Chinese Catering in the Philippines. Tjioe boasts of four decades of mastering the art of Chinoy dishes. Tjioe is the only Chinese Catering accredited in SMX to date.