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5 Things You Need to Know About Chef on Demand

5 Things You Need to Know About Chef on Demand

If you are a foodie working in Cebu IT Park and Cebu Business Park, you may have heard about Chef on Demand. You may have seen the tempting food pictures in your Facebook or Instagram. If not, let me introduce to you to their services and how it can change your lunch habits. 

Do you work in Cebu IT Park and Cebu Business Park? If yes, what do you usually eat during lunch? If you’re tired of fast food meals, one of the choices you can consider is Chef on Demand. 

To know more about Chef on Demand, here are 5 things you need to know:

1. Chef on Demand is an Awesome Foodie Delivery service delivering within Cebu IT Park and Cebu Business Park.

Trick or Treat, Tuesdays' feat, find something good to eat! P20 less on all our treats!*Offer valid only today 10/13/2015.Order here starting 10:30AM:
Posted by Chef on Demand on Monday, October 12, 2015

Yes, Chef on Demand is not a restaurant; thus, it has no physical store location. Its vision is to bring good food to the working class who are looking for something more than the simplicity of fast food. 

Chef on Demand originally started as the “Awesome Foodie Delivery” service in Cebu IT Park before expanding to Cebu Business Park and their legions of hungry workers.

New customers who want to avail of the service may go to their website. Ordering can be as easy as “order-wait-pay.” (1) Order your food from the website’s menu, (2) Wait for your food to arrive (which takes places within 20 minutes), and (3) Pay your food upon arrival.

2. Chef on Demand partners with chefs to get 100% quality food.

Unlike fast food chains, chefs are trained in the process of creating varied, gourmet meals that are properly seasoned as well as prepared. And they come in different ranges of flavours.

As of this writing, Chef on Demand is serving Mexican, Japanese and Singaporean cuisines to its customers. Their chef partners include Chef Dennis Uy of Meximama, Chef Edgar Bulanon of Nonki, and Chef Vance Borja of Chop Chop Food Centre.

Chef on Demand is working on expanding its menu so their customers may choose from as many types of cuisines as possible.

3. Orders open at 10:30AM-1PM and 10:30PM-1AM on weekdays.

One of the things every new customer should know is that Chef on Demand only accepts orders from 10:30AM-1PM and 10:30PM-1AM or until supplies last. 

Chef on Demand’s menu usually takes less than 30 minutes to be sold out. Customers need to learn the 10:30AM/PM habit to successfully place an order before it runs out of meals.

4. Discounts and freebies are given to their loyal #HappyFoodies.

Lamian kaayo ang mga pagkaon, #HappyFoodie @heyymeeann!
Posted by Chef on Demand on Monday, October 12, 2015

From time to time, discounts and freebies are given away to the loyal customers, called “Happy Foodies”, of Chef on Demand. 

All updates are found in their social media accounts and email address sent to its registered users.

5. After a month since its official launching, Chef on Demand is already an award-winning startup.

Chef on Demand is a startup company that officially operated in Cebu IT Park since September 2015. During the TechinAsia’s Road to Jakarta 2015 in Manila last October 13, 2015, Chef on Demand won and will represent the Philippines in its final leg later this year.

The founders behind Chef on Demand are Bryan Yap, Jed Hatamosa, and Francis Menguito. They work with a team of young individuals whose goal are to make sure that good food is delivered to the right people and that they enjoy everything along the way.

Be a Featured #HappyFoodie and enjoy great perks soon! TIP: We're looking for creative photos featuring our good food. PS We're thinking of launching a contest. What do you think?
Posted by Chef on Demand on Thursday, October 8, 2015

If you haven’t tried Chef on Demand yet, make sure to register and order the soonest you can!

(Note: This is my entry for Day 15 of 30 Day Blogging Challenge organized by Cebu Blogging Community from October 1-30, 2015. #iBlogforCBC #CBCLevelUp #CBC30DayChallenge)


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