Stylish and AffordableServing Boards for every occasion!
Not all boards are created equal…
If you are hosting a dinner party, entertaining a large group or serving delicious food in your business, then consider using wooden serving boards to make your food ‘Insta-worthy’.
Round serving boards make styling easy and ensure everyone has clear access to the food.
Wooden serving boards are easy to clean and don’t take up much storage space.
What’s more, they can be pulled out when unexpected friends drop in or as a way to take the load off the kitchen and give your team some ‘breathing space’ before meals are cooked and served.
“Nothing brings people together more than good food, served well”
Wooden Serving Boards
Types of Serving Boards
We stock a range of high quality serving boards to suit any occasion or to support any type of food.
Our serving boards are stylish, versatile and durable. We know how important it is for your food to be the hero, so you can create your masterpiece knowing it is made from good quality materials that look good, but not detract from the food that it is holding.
The best boards are typically made of natural hardwood – Acacia or Bamboo are the most common.
- Acacia is a semi-hardwood that is known for being strong, durable and stylish.
- Bamboo is light weight and stylish, it’s also a renewable resource so it makes it a great choice for a board.
Wooden boards naturally absorb moisture, so bacteria is unable to survive – making them a great choice for a grazing board.
View Our Range of Serving Boards
We stock a range of wooden grazing boards to suit any occasion or business.
We also offer huge discounts for bulk purchases, if you need larger volumes than we have online, speak to our team (02) 9798 0586
Check out our most common serving boards:
- Wooden Serving Boards
- Round Paddle Boards
- Round Boards
1. Wooden Serving Boards – 10 pack
Highly durable for everyday use for both prepping and serving. They are stylish and versatile, perfect for canapes, antipasto, breads, dip platters, grazing boards, pizza, dessert platters and more…
2. Round Paddle Boards – 4 pack
Designed to make pizza, charcuterie or platters look amazing! They have a natural look and feel and come in a range of sizes to suit your needs.
With a warm natural colour tone, these boards are strong and come in a range of sizes.
Many of our customers use them in commercial settings for serving pizzas, and are ideal for cafes, restaurants, wine bars and pubs.
3. Round Boards – individual
Whether you want boards with a handle for easy carrying or just a round board to create amazing grazing platters, we have you covered.
All of our boards have a natural look and feel and come in a range of sizes to suit your needs.
They are perfect for commercial use to serve pizza and are ideal for cafes, restaurants, wine bars and pubs!
Helpful tips to help you create a photo-worthy grazing board…
It helps to plan out what you want to offer on your board. Do you just want a savoury board for people to pick prior to dinner?
Or, do you want a more substantial board so you don’t need to feed people afterwards?
Or, maybe you want a sweet platter or a fruit platter. Maybe you will offer a combination?
Here’s some ideas for ‘theming’ your serving board:
- Cheese, crackers, grapes, walnuts, figs, jams, dried fruit
- Olives, sundried tomato, roasted vegetables, marinated peppers
- Fruits, berries, grapes, orange, apple, pear, fig, melon, passion fruit, kiwi
- Vegetables, carrots, celery, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, peppers, radish
- Dips, crackers, bread, oil, olives, cheese, grapes, walnuts, dried fruit
- Cured meats, salami, ham, prosciutto, chorizo, pepperoni, pancetta
Remember, food placement is important!
Grazing boards are all about visual styling, they are effectively a feast for your eyes. So, you want items spread out evenly on the board so the colours ‘pop’ and the food is visually appealing.
Remember, we eat with our eyes first, so it’s important to style your board visually.
Whether you are creating a ‘themed’ board, or a simple mixed board, here’s some tips to help you get started:
- If your board has cheese, lay them out first. They are often your largest item.
- If you are using cured meats, place these next by rolling them into tubes.
- Place any dips in small bowls before placing onto the board.
- Next, add your vegetables near the dips.
- Now start adding fruits, nuts, crackers, other small bowls with olives, sundried tomatoes etc..
- Then finally, fill any gaps and place pretty garnishes (kiwi, passion fruit halves, flowers) to make the board pop!