Innovating in Tokyo - Sharing restaurants/chefs

I thought this story is so great. The coronavirus has forced chefs to think differently about how to make it without all the cost of renting the space and filling it with furniture and cooking equipment.

  1. Sharing a restaurant
  2. Renting a space at a sharing restaurant
  3. Cooking at people’s homes

This has become pretty big in my area. A bunch of these “virtual restaurants” have been showing up on the major food delivery services (Uber Eats, GrubHub, etc) that all operate out of the same physical restaurant. They do a much better job of taking food pictures than actually making good food in my experience.

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I believe some refer to these as Ghost Kitchens.

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