within 24 hours, and we expect this level of responsibility.
Foodisch host. Have friends attend your events and leave reviews, which will go a long way.
Promote on social media : Share your event on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Connect with food blogs & websites : Reach out to food writers and bloggers in your area. They
love hearing about new foodie trends and might be willing to promote your Foodisch event.
Join groups & forums : Discover food-related groups on Facebook and forums on ReddIt from
people in your area. Sharing your events there can help you get connected with the most
Attend meetups : Many cities have events that bring chefs and foodies together. These are great
opportunities to make connections and promote your Foodisch event.
Create handouts : Have flyers and business cards on hand, so you can share them with people
wherever you are. You can also consider posting them at coffee shops and hostels as they
provide lots of visibility.
Follow up with guest s: Write your previous guests and invite them to your next event. If they had
a good time the first time round, they'll likely come back...maybe with new friends!
gives guests time to discover and book your events.
For newer chefs, we’ve found that it is imperative to build a following. Most hosts do not fill all of
their first events unless they already have a strong following online and/or offline. Based on past
learnings, we recommend starting at a lower price, using a simple menu or signature dish, and
hosting dinners for small groups (2-4 people) regardless of minimum guest count to gain traction
and build your following. This will give people a taste of your chef style and likely give a good
review to attract guests for future events!
meal for them.
property, no judgement, room for inclusiveness and be in the moment and interact with the guests.
Where is the joy in life without a taste of the finer things? Check our Mantras on About Us.
cook if you will be over 15 minutes late
where meals are being hosted on our site. Once you have booked your seat the address will be sent to
you in the confirmation email.
is BYOB, you may choose to bring a beverage of your choosing, but it’s totally optional.
card number or expiration date, and/or insufficient funds.
appreciation is to write a nice review after the event, which will go a long way for hosts!
asking you to approve the request. To access this notification:
The notification will include a link to the guest's Foodisch profile. We encourage you to view the
guest's profile to see food preferences, likes and interests and reviews from other hosts and
guests in the Foodisch community.
show up to your event, but has not cancelled his or her confirmed reservation, you will still get
paid the full amount.
special dietary requirements. Here the chef will list if the meal is vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free,
cleaning. Please consider your experience level, as well.
Divulge the details that make your food special.
Facebook post – they’re notifying you that they are interested in your meal. This is an indication
of how many are interested in your meal and may later purchase seats
you’re strict on your time-frame, it’s ok to stick to it. Or if the meal goes past the scheduled time,
and you’re fine with that – simply make a nod to the opportunity for people to stay and chat
Someone with many years of cooking experience (it doesn’t have to be in a professional capacity,
it can just be cooking for family/friends) and who feels comfortable hosting would be the qualities
we are searching for .