Entertaining your guests should be a relaxing joy. So, Food Fire + Knives proposes a fresh way to cater your private events. Enter a personal chef from FFK! Our local chefs allow New York hosts the freedom to enjoy their own parties.
With our easy, online booking, your personal chef is reserved in just a few clicks. FFK makes throwing any kind of New York party easy and you can trust our transparent, competitive pricing. You’ll never be blindsided by hidden charges. Whether you’re in the Big Apple or Upstate, discover top-notch catering that sets you free to confidently enjoy your event without lifting a finger!
Choose Your City, Date, Chef, & Menu
Within 48 Hours Your Chef Will Contact You
We Bring It All! Food, Equipment & Cleaning Supplies
Your chef doesn’t stop at preparing a memorably delicious gourmet meal. An FFK chef interacts with your guests, sharing stories of life in the business, food prep tips, and culinary secrets. This total experience transforms your party into a culinary event you and your guests will never forget!
Reserve your personal chef in New York online. Just enter the location, time, and date, then choose from FFK local chefs. Next, select from your chef’s a la carte menus. In under 48 hours you’ll be discussing your choices with your culinary pro, customizing them to your needs.
All that remains on your end is to open the door to your FFK chef on party day. Your chef comes fully loaded with the necessary equipment, food, and cleaning supplies. Because when all’s said and done, your kitchen is left sparkling. Meanwhile, you enjoy the satisfaction of throwing an event for the books!
With a personal chef taking care of the details, you’re the happiest party host in town. Let Food Fire + Knives liberate you with the ease of an innovative catering model that puts the heavy lifting in our hands. We’re catering in New York to bring you excellent, full-service home entertaining that sets you free to enjoy the party. Reserve your personal chef today!
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