Whether you’re gluten-free or glutton-proud, Kitchensurfing has Hamptons chefs who are ready to head to your abode.
Indeed, the beloved Manhattan service--which allows you to book a professional chef for your private dinner party--has just opened on the East End. Lazy home cooks, rejoice.
Here’s how it works: Head to the online marketplace and search for a local personal chef. Say Dante Giannini, whose background includes stints at Hamptons favorite The 1770 House, or Charles Disanayake, who trained under Top Chef Masters’ Anita Lo. Then start a dialogue about how many guests you’re having and what type of food you want to serve. (They can whip up anything from an over-the-top multi-course celebratory meal to a low-key comfort-food dinner for you and your husband.) Finish by booking and paying online.
Every chef is vetted by the Kitchensurfing staff and will shop, prepare, serve and clean up.
Prices vary based on ingredients, number of courses and time spent cooking. But it’s safe to say that most meals end up costing the same as a nice dinner out. Plus, can you really put a price on not having to do the dishes?