VIDEO: Kitchensurfing brings the dinner party to Berlin

Elaine 2012-10-09 3

Kitchensurfing has today launched in Berlin, giving home diners a chance to culturally connect with keen cooks and culinary artists. An online marketplace of chefs for foodies, the site allows users to hire someone to cook at their place for an agreed amount, including shopping time, service and cleaning.

Perfect for dinner-party hosts who prefer to socialise than tend to kitchen duties, and food lovers looking to try something different in the comfort of their own home.

About 44 chefs have signed up to the site in the German capital, with close to 120 chefs already profiled in New York.

Watch as our video correspondent Elaine Jung joins a Kitchensurfing dinner and chats with Hamburg co-founder Borahm Cho about his cutting-edge idea…

 

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