Kitchensurfing, The Perfect Alternative to Having a Delicious Homemade Meal

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Photo: Courtesy of KitchenSurfing
Photo: Courtesy of KitchenSurfing
Photo: Courtesy of KitchenSurfing

Looking to enjoy a delicious meal without the hassle of actually cooking it? Look no further than Kitchensurfing!

Kitchensurfing is a same day dinner service where you can order a dinner from a selection of menus, and then a chef will come to your home and make the meal.

Same-day dinners are available Monday-Friday, with four time slots available. Guests can choose times beginning at 6p.m., and are available on the afterwards, until 9p.m. The dinner costs $25 per person, and can accommodate parties of 2-6 people. Based on the menu you choose, the chef shops for the ingredients and then comes to your home, ready to make your meal. All that is needed is a stove and a cook top!

The chef then prepares the meal and cleans up, all within a 30 minute time frame. You are then left to enjoy your homemade meal, without having to worry about washing any pots, pans, or utensils.

Photo: Courtesy of KitchenSurfing
Photo: Courtesy of KitchenSurfing

For the weeknight dinners, the menus vary from day-to-day. Guests can often choose from three different options, including meat, vegetarian, and pescatarian choices. Some sample menus include fish tacos with homemade guacamole, spaghetti alla puttanesca with garlic bread and salad, and hanger steak with potatoes.

Kitchensurfing not only offers weeknight dinners, but also provides casual and formal dinner services, as well as cocktail parties. Similarly, guests can browse from a variety of menus on the website, and check the chef’s availability. The cocktail parties, casual, and formal dinner services all have different price ranges, which can be seen here.

Kitchensurfing is the perfect alternative to having a delicious home cooked meal…without cooking it yourself! The service is currently only available in Manhattan below 116th street, however, it has been a huge hit in the neighborhood so far.

 

by: Jackie Hart