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2023 Author: Donald Evans | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 05:03
Do you like having dinner with friends more than going to a restaurant? Well, you don't have to abandon your habits when you travel around the world, because now we will introduce you to VizEat, the new Uber-style service to share homemade food A great idea that It allows us to save money, meet people and eat authentic dishes.
The proposal is very simple: on the VizEat website the hosts offer menus to serve in their own homes Users look for something that they like it, and the date for the event is agreed upon. If we have cooking skills, we can be the hosts to meet a lot of people and earn some money.
The menus at VizEat, the Uber of homemade food, usually include typical dishes from the area, because it is a fairly focused service to travelers. And the prices that we have found are very varied, from homemade tortillas for 6 euros to haute cuisine menus for 60 euros. There are hosts all over the world, although in big cities we will find many more options.
VizEat, collaborative Uber-style food
VizEat takes 15% commission for its service, but provides insurance in case dinner does not go well. It is a new proposal for the collaborative economy that Uber popularized, in which individuals provide the services. VizEat calls their business "social dining."
The VizEat website offers many details: minimum and maximum number of guests, details of the host (such as the languages he speaks), the area of the place of food, if you can smoke or bring children… The idea is that we enjoy a pleasant meal at a reasonable price. In addition, we are encouraged to tell our host about our special needs.
This is a great option for tourists who not only want to see places, but also new people and cuisines. Now that Uber returns to Spain, VizEat may be the complement we need to improve our tourism offer.
VizEat and Airbnb, the perfect couple
VizEat can be considered the Uber of home-cooked food, but it's also a perfect addition to Airbnb. In this last service it is possible to search for a private accommodation in which to stay, and then have lunch and dinner with a user that we find in VizEat.
At the end of the article there is a link to the VizEat page, where you can look for a place to eat, or offer to organize events at your home Of course, a great idea, which will allow us to meet new people, discover different cuisines and save money.
What do you think of VizEat? Is it the Uber of fast food, or do you think people prefer to go to restaurants when they are away from home?