“So guys, what do you fancy?”
“Thai,” says Alice. “Mexican,” says Hannah. “Sushi,” pipes up Mike. “Steak,” says Jim. But then Jim always says steak.
“How about we go to a ‘make and taste’ chocolate masterclass or a rooftop yoga session with brunch?”
Once you’ve looked past Jim’s screwed up face of bafflement, you’ll realise that expanding your culinary bubble is actually a good idea. Enter Eatwith.
More than a means of locating a tasty quick fix that will appease the group, this is an app that’s for the culinary inclined, those who see food as an experience rather than simple sustenance.
Letting you hunt out advanced eateries and culinary classes near you, it offers user reviewed experiences to suit all tastes, be they sweet, savoury or topped with a spattering of learning.
You can opt to gain new skills, meet new people or arrange a dinner party without having to worry about any of the cooking or cleaning up.
From learning to make pasta in Florence to embarking on a market tour and dining experience with professional chefs in Barcelona, Eatwith isn’t just filled with ideas for your next local night out, but holiday ideas that are sure to get your stomach rumbling in anticipation.
Et voilá, dinner is served.