New platform Food.Social is shaking up the restaurant industry to revolutionise the way we dine by connecting foodies through their love of great food.
Bringing together hosts and guests to enjoy a vast array of food experiences, users can join the app or sign up via the website, at no cost. From living room supper clubs, to cookery classes, haute cuisine dinners, intimate meals and exclusive dinner parties, Food.Social is offering members a chance to be part of a special and unique dining experience.
The new platform is aiming to become the world’s biggest ‘restaurant chain’ and gastro-experience hub without owning any restaurants itself.
In a similar vein to Uber, Airbnb and Borrow My Doggy, which centre around bringing like-minded individuals together to share services, Food.Social creates communities of food enthusiasts.
Hosts offering experiences range from chefs to gourmands who want to offer intimate dining experiences that can’t be found anywhere else. Whether that’s a home pop-up to share family recipes or exclusive restaurant evenings.
For businesses, Food.Social is the perfect way to allow food communities to trial new menus, products, experiences and bring in new diners. A rating system allows diners to feedback their experience to both the host and prospective diners.
The platform is launching in London first, before expanding to the rest of Britain with its aim to become known as ‘the Airbnb of food’.
Founder, James Hill, told Revealing Britain: “Food.Social is a revolutionary new addition to the food scene. The platform offers our users a completely unique food experience and the chance to connect through a love of excellent food, creating a huge foodie community.”
“We are very excited to be launching in the UK, and to grow to be the biggest restaurant chain in the world.”
The Food.Social App is available to download on both Apple and Android devices via both App Stores and the Food.Social website.
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