Lettuce Eat Catering has been delivering Corporate & Private Catering for almost twenty years in Brisbane and South East Queensland. The team is led by Samantha Nguyen, an innovative Culinary Artist who has worked all around the country.

They are well regarded on the catering scene in Brisbane, winning plaudits from a range of satisfied clients such as St Laurence College, Morgans Financial and the Mater Hospital.

“We have been using Lettuce Eat for a year now, supplying the college will fresh, nutritious and amazingly tasty food for our meetings and board suppers.  The service is amazing, they are quick to reply and can cater for any food requirements.  I receive compliments from everyone for the college catering.” St Laurence College

Lettuce Eat delivers bespoke catering for any event, from team lunches and conferences to weddings, birthdays, wakes and baby showers. They have the capacity to deliver an extensive menu range from the freshest, most delicious seasonal ingredients – and can suit all types of palette.

Above all, they want your event to be stress free and can design the décor or theme, as well as preparing the food.

Lettuce Eat Catering regularly prepares individually packed boxes with breakfast, morning tea, lunch or afternoon tea to clients around town. They also create exciting meals on site that can be delivered to the office.

For special occasions, such as Father’s Day and Mother’s Day, the team can tailor-make tasting boxes to any specification.

Samantha Nguyen says:

“My love of food goes back a long way. It starts with my earliest memories of cooking with Mum. Growing up in an Asian family, it was all about creating a balance of flavour and cooking food from the heart.
For me, running Lettuce Eat Catering means creating memorable experiences for people through quality ingredients, attention to detail and excellent customer service. It allows me to express myself and connect to others.
I aim to delight your guests and staff with quality delectable catering that will arrive fresh and on time.”