Mexican Catering for Weddings

Lake Oswego, Oregon

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For custom orders, please submit the form below. To order our basic Mexican food wedding catering options, please visit EZCater.com.

Mexican Food Catering for Weddings

At Sabrozon Catering, we offer exclusive wedding catering packages to ensure that your special day is everything you dreamed of. We will provide delicious, hearty, and satisfying food so that you can focus on the excitement of the day.

Our event catering specialist will walk you through the entire process, from menu selections to your delivery and service needs. Make your Portland-area wedding unforgettable with delicious Mexican catering!

Mexican Wedding Catering Prices

Depending obviously on how many people will be attending your wedding and whether you opt for pick up, delivery, or full-service, prices will vary. In general, each of our main dish platters serves about 20 people, and they start around $70 per platter. Adding sides and desserts is a cost-effective way to provide a satisfying meal for your entire wedding party. Please see our catering order page for exact pricing or call us today for a quote.

F.A.Q.

Catering

Your order includes warm chips, fresh salsa, napkins, and serving and eating utensils. We also have warming chafing dishes available upon request to keep your food hot and delicious until it’s time to eat.

We deliver anywhere in the greater Portland metro area.

Yes and no. The price of the food is the same whether you pick it up or have it delivered on orders over $250 will be delivered free of charge.

With enough notice, we can cater for very large groups. If you expect more than 200 guests, please call to place your order at least 24 hours in advance (you can never plan too early in advance).

Mexican street taco and Baja fish tacos

Fresh Ingredients

We support our locals. We use local ingredients when we can and as much as we can!

Queso fundido Appetizer

Homemade family recipes

Our recipes were handed down by grandma who got it from her grandma.

Plátano frito (dessert)

Flavors of Northern Mexico

We use flavors and recipes from the state of Sonora. Can you taste the difference?

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