Toronto Wedding Venue Hosts Russian Weddings.

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Toronto wedding venuesNot many Toronto wedding venues can accommodate traditional and modern Russian weddings.

The Avenue Banquet Hall has hosted Russian weddings for more than a decade. The Avenue has two resident trained Russian chefs who design and prepare Russian meals to reflect the tastes of each Russian region. All our Russian pastries are made in house by our Russian trained pastry chef.

The Avenue is the premiere wedding venue in Toronto to host Russian weddings because it is a single event venue. They only do one party per night and they can devote all their attention to your event. There is a separate complimentary on-site ceremony room, if required. The facility offers a variety of promotional incentive programs to facilitate your event. In addition, they provide head table back drops, skirting of the head table and cake table, house linen and napkins at no charge. The Avenue has developed a strong working relationship with the top wedding vendors in Toronto and is able to recommend vendors which will suit your budget and your taste.

August 26, 2017 Russian Menu

Champagne Tower
Sushi Station
Vodka Oyster Bar

Hors D’oeuvres: burakas, chicken satays, crab cakes, shrimp torpedos, beef satays, chicken salad on plantain chips, wild mushroom bruschetta.

Salads on The Table
Baba Ghanoush Waldorf Salad
Oliver Salad Cheese and walnut stuffed eggplant
Bocconcini tomatoes Silodka with potatoes
Avocado salad Pickles, hot peppers, dill tomatoes, dill cabbage
Tuscan salad Shrimp cocktail
Spinach salad Caviar with belini
Smoked fish plate featuring: sturgeon, garbusha, halibut.

First hot appetizer was a baked white fish


Second hot appetizer was mushroom crepes

Main Course of platters served family style and included salmon shish kebab, chicken shish kebab, and beef shish kebab. This was accompanied by platters of basmati rice, roasted potatoes and grilled vegetables. All the kebabs were charcoal barbecued, the traditional way.

The evening ended with a sweet table which featured Russian cakes and pastries, sliced fruit display and a Belgium waffle station.

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