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Chef Cooked Meals

I think I went to food for the theatre of it. The flowers, the tables, the music, the decor, the happiness.
— Francis Mallmann, celebrity chef, author, and restaurateur



 Dining out is an experience. It is never only about eating good food but also about what happens around us while we dine. The ambience, that excitement of seeing the waiter walk towards the table with our order, and the merriment with our loved ones while we chit-chat.
With the current situation, this experience is now hard to come by. We, at Qiso Café, miss the theatre. We miss our little guests, their happy smiles, and the chatter of families and friends. But more importantly, we miss being able to serve our customers. Our little nook here in Dubai Silicon Oasis has always been for coming together. But during these trying times, safety comes first. We stand together with the UAE government by adhering to necessary precautionary measures and social distancing norms to keep our family and friends away from harm.

With all this said, we know you miss the theatre too. You crave for the fascinating experience of dining out. A way to break your usual routine & add a new flavour to your mundane day-to-day meals. Now that we all have been advised to stay at home, we have been somehow deprived of the option to experience food like before.

But what if we told you that Qiso Café can bring this dining experience to your own homes?

It is no secret that the lack of something drives innovation. We all must approach the #NewNormal with stronger testaments to our purpose. Here, At Qiso Café, we always strive to serve you better.

The new addition to our services, Chef Cooked Meals, allows us to not only replicate the experience of dining out but also encourages the families to be our partner in preparing their meal. Yes! you get to be our sous-chef!
So how does it work? Qiso Café has prepared a menu from which you can choose a meal. We prepare your meals only enough to make sure you finish cooking in 15 minutes in the comforts of your own kitchen. This then avoids having to deliver cold food and encourages families to take part in the food preparation as a family activity. Apart from food you also get to select a beverage and dessert. If you get stuck you can also organize a zoom call with our Chef.

We, then, bring the pre-cooked meal to your doorstep, whilst following a contact-less delivery procedure. But wait, we not only send you the meal but we also help you set the scene too. We provide you with décor essentials such as Qiso-inspired table mats, cutlery and candlestick. For the final touch, we have also sorted your music playlist that comes on your WhatsApp.

Chef Cooked Meals aim to be both fun and personal. Take part now and be a restaurateur!
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