Fine cuisine meets really fast food «Chef-in-Box» hits Singapore

Queues stretched in front of a new line of vending machines in Singapore, Saturday, which will be dispensing a selection of 17 delicious dinner platters from world-renowned chefs to customers. 'Chef-in-Box' introduced the first six Indian classics, prepared by Indian chef Satish Arora, who had previously made meals for the likes of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, former Indian... Еще Prime Minister Indira Gandhi as well as British Queen Elizabeth II and former US President Bill Clinton. «I think people will be happy, because they will get same or better taste, they will get the same dish,» Arora said, adding «They don't have to do any work at home to create this, or wait in a restaurant. They just press a button, take the dish out, eat it.» With a nod of approval, a customer commented after getting a taste of his vending machine-served dish saying, «everything is fresh.» «A meal of 300 grams would cost around 3 pounds, which is very very affordable, by everybody; students, the masses, basically, would love it,» Rohit Khagram, Managing Director of RDK International pointed out. In a MoU signing ceremony at the Pasir Ris VendCafe, Khagram and CEO of JR Group Jocelyn Cheong signed an agreement that takes Chef in Box from Singapore to introduce it to busy Londoners.

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