Toronto Has A New Food Subscription Service & It Has Michelin Meals For Under $12 A Plate

You can prepare the meals in under 10 minutes.

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Co-founders of Spatula Foods Wallace Wong and Ian Weng. Right: Food from Spatula.

Co-founders of Spatula Foods Wallace Wong and Ian Weng. Right: Food from Spatula.

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.

Sophie Chong
Editorial Assistant
Sophie Chong is an editorial assistant for Narcity Media and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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