|Nadia and François of Much Gusto|
Catering are cooking up a new
taste sensation for the North Coast
Their work is more along the lines of a pop up kitchen at the moment, but a longer term plan could see a more formal setting for the newest addition to Prince Rupert's growing epicurean options.
Mucho Gusto Catering is the featured attraction in the latest of business updates from the Thrive North business initiative, which has provided assistance to local entrepreneurs looking to launch their business dreams on the North Coast.
The Mucho Gusto story provides a glimpse into just what is required to get a business plan from the concept stage to the development process, as Nadia Halward and her husband François Blanchet traced the path they took to get their project off the ground.
The pair have started their journey out as a form of kitchen for hire catering service, providing Mexican fare at the recent Marine Bonspiel at the Prince Rupert Curling club, as well as through a food cart service that you may find frequently located at the Cow Bay Wheelhouse Brewery.
That addition to their business concept came after the pair of local entrepreneurs recently reached a deal with the popular gathering spot to offer up their cuisine on Friday nights.
A sample of the kind of tempting delights that they have to offer can be found from the menu items listed below, click on the images to enlarge:
The review of the early stages of their business plan and what they have in mind for the future can be found here.
To keep up to date on their future events learn more about Mucho Gusto Catering from their Facebook page.
More items on Prince Rupert's Commercial sector can be found on our archive page here.