There are a bunch of food subscriptions that Torontonians can get their hands on right now, and the latest one that just launched is dishing out some Michelin-worthy goodies.
Toronto start-up Spatula Foods announced on March 28 in a press release that they're launching a meal subscription service that delivers Michelin chef meals people can enjoy at home.
"Our meals are specially engineered so you can't detect they were previously frozen," co-founder of Spatula and Michelin-trained chef Wallace Wong said in the release.
The best part? Meals start at $11.49 a plate and are said to only take 10 minutes to prepare.
The launch comes after Spatula was able to secure US$1.5M in funding.
According to their website, subscribers can choose four dishes (eight portions) for $95.92, six dishes with 12 portions for $138.88, or eight dishes with 16 portions for $181.84. There's also the option to choose to have meals delivered every week or every two or three weeks.
The company has an all-star lineup to head this subscription service; Wong is a Top Chef Canada finalist and champion of Chopped Canada and co-founder Ian Weng was formerly the head of strategy at Uber Eats Canada.
Right now they've got meals like wild mushroom risotto and slow-braised beef bolognese, and even a Singapore black pepper udon dish from Masterchef winner Eric Chong featured on their menu.
At the moment, they're only delivering to the Greater Toronto Area.