Austin >Word of Mouth Catering
If only we could all be Marthas. The kind that hand-paint our own candy canes, fashion our gingerbread houses with moveable doors and real blinking lights, and bake our own glistening holiday ham. Unfortunately, we're not, and all that work frankly makes some of us break out in hives. To the rescue: Word of Mouth, whose gigantic staff of cooking elves will breeze in with everything you need to make your holiday soiree the toast of the town.
Slow to respond. Took forever to receive a bid for a catering job. By the time I received the bid I had chosen another company.
Word of Mouth Big Disappointment. Word of Mouth was a disappointment . Our coordinator was inexperienced, gave us promises that were not delivered, never followed up before or after the event and charged for items never delivered and food promised but unseen. We were charged for tables that were delivered but not used because our coordinator never planned seating needs. I had requested linen napkins and a variety of soft drinks and herbal teas. I was handed a paper napkin and offered unflavored ice tea as a beverage. Our WofM coordinator never called the day before or the day of the event to inquire as to our needs or if supplies were in place. I ordered floral center pieces for tables that were never set-up and spent my time supervising equipment placement instead of being with my guests. The three thousand dollar bill (for 30 guests) was adjusted only slightly after numerous phone calls .
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. Offers customized menus for buffets, seated dinners, weddings, to-go trays and more, as well as event-planning services.
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