Ordering Online?

  1. Click ‘Order Here’
  2. Select the items and quantities you want. Click ‘Add to Cart’
  3. When you have finished adding to Cart, click the ‘Go to Checkout’ on the right hand side.
  4. Click ‘Create New Account’ or sign in if you have an account.
  5. Finalise your order and we will confirm your order and deliver it to you.

Email Us

Send you enquiries and orders to catering@elizabethandrews.com.au

Call Us

Call our Customer Service Department on (03) 9670 4361 from 7am till 5pm Monday to Friday

Fax Us

Place your order by fax on (03) 9670 7522

Please Note:

Orders placed via electronic or fax format are not confirmed until you receive an electronic order confirmation via email or an Elizabeth Andrews representative calls back to confirm your order.

Minimum order value is $40.00, otherwise a $10.00 delivery fee applies.

Ordering Tips and Quantities

This menu is designed so you can order based on the number of people you are catering for, multiplied by the recommended quantity of each item. Or if it’s easier, tell us exactly what you want and the number of people you have and we will work out your catering based on our recommended quantities per person (p.p.). The following examples are based on 15 people (p).

Light Breakfast
Either sweet or savoury – one serve per person from the breakfast range plus some fruit.
Full breakfast
We recommend one serve of a savoury item and one serve of a sweeter item, for example:

Savoury Course: 15 x Breakfast omelette
Sweet Course: 7 serves of fruit and 8 serves of Danish pastries

For drinks consider 100% orange or apple juice and our freshly brewed tea and coffee.

Morning or Afternoon Tea
One serve per person is normally enough so for 15 people you would order 15 serves of assorted sweets.

Or change it up with 7 serves of muffins and 8 serves of Danish pastries

For drinks consider 100% orange or apple juice and our freshly brewed tea and coffee.

Lunch
Lunch can be broken down between a savoury course and dessert and then multiplying the number of people by the recommended quantity of an item.

Savoury Course:

For example: 15 people x mixed sandwiches at 1.75 p.p. = 26 mixed sandwiches

Or if you want more variety, break down the number of people between different food types.

For example: 7 people x Laugen rolls at 3 p.p. = 21 Laugen rolls
  8 people x mixed sandwiches at 1.75 p.p.= 14 mixed sandwiches

Dessert Course:
One serve per person of either a fruit platter or cheese & fruit is the most popular choice.

For more variety consider offering fruit and sweets.

For example: 8 serves of fruit
  7 serves of assorted sweets

For drinks consider 100% orange or apple juice (two litres will provide up to 10 standard glasses).