Vaughan Ontario Gourmet Meals Home Delivery And Takeout Services Launched

Ontario event venue and catering company Chateau Le Jardin has launched a new home delivery and takeout service. Through this service, clients will have gourmet meals delivered to their homes during the COVID19 pandemic.

Vaughan, Canada - June 4, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Chateau Le Jardin, an event venue and catering company based in Vaughan, Ontario, has launched its new home delivery and takeout service. This service will deliver gourmet-quality meals to customers’ doorsteps during the COVID19 pandemic.

More information is available at https://cljtakeout.com

Chateau Le Jardin is a family-owned and operated business with over 40 years of experience in the hospitality industry. The company prides itself on customer satisfaction and aims to deliver quality service to customers at all times.

The new gourmet delivery and take out service is being offered in light of the current COVID 19 pandemic which has seen many stay at home orders being issued. Customers can order gourmet meals and have them delivered to their homes.

The menu offers a wide array of choices from both local and international cuisines. Customers can choose from a curated set menu, combo meals, family meals, or marché. The meals included on the menu can cater to vegetarians and non-vegetarians.

The menu also comprises beverages inclusive of wines, beers, and rum. Some of the food choices include Chicken Emiliana, Risotto with Mushroom and Asparagus, Jardin Lamb Roast, Calamari Fritti, among others.

Chateau Le Jardin has been providing quality service to its customers for many years while organizing and catering to many events inclusive of weddings, birthdays, conferences, graduations, and proms. These services have been lauded by customers who were satisfied.

“The staff was amazing, the food was great and most importantly it was very tasty,” one client noted.

More information can be found at https://www.lejardin.com/weddings

In a bid to continue to provide clients with the same quality gourmet food service in the comfort of their homes during the COVID 19 pandemic, Chateau Le Jardin’s takeout and delivery menu also includes a Father’s Day BBQ option. Patrons can choose from a selection of Italian, Traditional, or Family BBQ meals which can each feed four persons.

According to a spokesperson for the company, “At Chateau Le Jardin Event Venue it is our mission to provide the highest standard of service, excellence, luxury and exquisite food prepared at our state of the art Banquet Hall in Vaughan”.

Orders for take-out or delivery can be made online or via telephone.

Interested parties can click on the links above for more information, or visit https://www.instagram.com/chateaulejardin.

Contact Info:
Name: Julian Parentela
Email: Send Email
Organization: Chateau Le Jardin
Address: 8440 York Regional Road 27, Vaughan, Ontario L4H 0A7, Canada
Phone: +1-289-236-2572
Website: https://www.lejardin.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88960541

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