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Has anyone ever tried out any of the food sites like Cozymeal or BonAppetour?

So we went to the dinner on cozymeal almost two weeks ago and I finally got some time to write about it:

We really liked it! We went to one of their hosts (her name is Marjan I think) who served Middle-Eastern food and it was amazing. It tasted delicious, the guests were really nice and we had a great time talking to them.

The only problem was that they had only limited seats and when we asked two days before the meal if we could bring one friend with us, we were told that they were already fully booked. This would probably not happen in a restaurant. But we will definitely use the site again.

tjinsf - it will probably be for another meal - I think we are too lazy for a cooking class ;)

Mar 02, 2014
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Has anyone ever tried out any of the food sites like Cozymeal or BonAppetour?

Thank you for your comments everyone. We just booked a meal with cozymeal and we are going to give it a try.

HillJ, I live in San Francisco, so the feedback will be about a host here. Our meal is in a week and I will post my experience afterwards.

tjinsf, cooking classes sound really fun. They also offer cooking classes on cozy meal but we ended up booking a meal.

Feb 09, 2014
CyrusSF in Food Media & News

Has anyone ever tried out any of the food sites like Cozymeal or BonAppetour?

Hello,
I am a big foodie and I recently came across the food sites Cozymeal (www.cozymeal.com) and BonAppetour (www.bonappetour.com) which let you eat at other people's homes.
The food looks good on their sites and I like the concept but I have never tried it myself.
Does anyone have any experience with any of these sites?
Best,
Christina

Feb 06, 2014
CyrusSF in Food Media & News