A Brisbane-first delivery-only restaurant hub has opened in Coorparoo and is now feeding the city’s growing appetite for food delivery services.
Chef Collective is a jumping on board a new trend to cater for at-home diners, with more than two dozen commercial kitchens cooking up food to eat in the comfort of your own home.
Delivery-only kitchens have taken diners by storm across the globe, allowing restaurants to set up without a shopfront and deliver restaurant-quality meals straight to your doorstep.
During the coronavirus pandemic, many people were turning fine-dining into a fine night in, with restaurant-quality meals delivered from their favourite local restaurant.
Chef Collective is building on the popularity of food delivery services, while providing an opportunity for local restaurants to share the cost of running a business with their peers.
When a restaurant rents a kitchen from Chef Collective, it comes equipped with everything they need to move in and start cooking up a storm – sorting out permits, kitchen equipment, cleaning and hooking them up with delivery drivers.
While Brisbane’s restaurant scene just keeps getting better, demand for food delivery is booming and dark kitchens present even more opportunities for the hospitality industry to expand.
Coronavirus made it a tough climate for local businesses but Chef Collective is taking advantage of a gap in the market, providing a leg up for restaurateurs and creating more job opportunities to help boost Brisbane’s local economy.
Restaurants cooking at Chef Collective will be available via their associated food delivery app. For more information, visit www.chefcollective.com.au.
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