Cooking and food are arguably few of the more gratifying experiences in life and one startup to wisely take advantage of this is Curious Grocer.
Curious Grocer started off as a platform where Malaysians could get their groceries delivered to them. But in a market that is saturated with e-grocers, they have all the more reason to find a means to stand out. They have since changed their business model to offer quality ingredients to individuals and restaurants, as well as host occasional private dining sessions.
Enter Curious Dinners. It is a private dining session open exclusively to the team’s restaurant and business partners as well as private guests. Dining in requires reservation, which is to be made in advance. As the dining session is held right in the cosy space of Curious Grocer’s HQ, each session is open only for 8-14 persons.
On top of a private dining session at the Curious Grocer HQ, Malaysians can also opt to book the team’s services for dining sessions at the comfort of their own home. The team will then prepare the meals as well as host the dining session. As Andrew puts it, “Sometimes we have requests to give the same experience at our customers houses or at locations of their choice”, so there’s definitely a demand for what they’re offering.
In my honest opinion, it’s a genius idea, made more authentic by the fact that the idea came by accident.
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