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One Fine Dine has been cooking up a storm during the pandemic. Which means that its founder and CEO, Daniel Hulme, 40, should have a smile on his face. And he does.
Demand has gone through the roof.
Each dish took minutes to prepare and using the guide provided I was able to create some beautiful plates of food while not spending an age in the kitchen.
Overall, the whole experience was outstanding, from the service on delivery, the detail of thought given to the customer, to the outstanding quality of food. The entire evening was an absolute joy and for anyone looking for a fine dining home experience I would highly recommend One Fine Dine.
Meal-kit advertisements paint a pretty picture: unwrapped vegetables spill out of cardboard boxes like a Thanksgiving cornucopia and an attractive couple holds a single recipe booklet together in their high-end, high-spec kitchen.
...change may be coming. In much of the first world, pandemic-related restrictions are easing and people are gradually going out to eat. The subscription-based service model, offering perfectly portioned ingredients for a full meal at home, is going to face a stern test. Is there still money to be made? Will there be a shake-out in the industry?