7 Reasons Why Curated Dining Experiences are the Best

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Curated Dining Experiences. What do you mean by that? We know what a dining experience is, no doubt about that. But what about that fancy little word at the beginning? What does it mean? Well, for starters, it means to simply select, organise, and present. And for the main course, (see what I did there) it means to select the best food for you, organise the spread in the most outrageous way, and present it to you in the most unimaginable ways.

In today’s world, everything’s an experience if you look at it. Right from going to a store to buy a new smartphone to a weekend getaway to an unknown locale, everything’s an experience. And it only makes sense that curated dining experiences are a scoop and the most sought after Gourmet experiences in today’s world. Why is that?

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Being a curated experiences specialist, we have a pretty good idea as to why these experiences are a hit. We have picked out the best of the reasons that we found common and relevant, and we have come up with the top 7 reasons why people loved curated dining experiences.

We know that people want a fancy experience when they dine out. Be it the millennial crowd or otherwise, everyone loves to be pampered and served what they truly love and enjoy the most. And when the food is good, so will the mood be. Having said that, here are the reasons.

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  1. Conversations
    When you are out on a date or with your family, you naturally want to talk and enjoy each other’s company. And that’s what you get in such experiences. All that hassle of spending an eternity to order the starter, main course, drinks, and so on are eliminated. Everything’s selected, organised and ready to be presented.
  2. Pre-selected Menu
    Dining is all about experiencing something out of the usual. In such curated experiences, diners often eat dishes that they would probably never order or have heard of. It’s only rare that someone doesn’t love trying something new.
  3. Relax and Refresh
    In curated dining experiences, the idea is that you relax and enjoy the food in front of you. Forget even having to think about what drink to order, everything’s taken care of. Forget all your worries and be lost in the conversation and food.
  4.  Customisation of Menu
    Even though the menu is often pre-selected, if you have certain allergies, liking, or specific diet, you can inform beforehand rather than at the time of service. This eliminates the awkward situation that might arise due to what people can and cannot eat.
  5. Food
    The centrepiece of any dining experience is the food itself. But it’s often hard to choose the right starter, main course side dish, and drink. And often choosing the wrong thing can be embarrassing. But in curated dining experiences, all that’s taken care of. You will be served the right food for maximum satisfaction.
  6. Ambiance
    A dining experience is enhanced to a whole new level if the ambience is perfect. Depending on the occasion, the ambience is customised so that you truly feel special and celebrate the occasion is style.
  7. Service
    In a curated dining experience, food is only half the experience. The other half is the service. With a private butler on hand at all times, you will be treated as a valued customer, adding extra zing to the experience.
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Having listed down all the possible reasons, you might be intrigued to try out some of our curated dining experiences, no doubt about that. Whether you are browsing Xoxoday through the app or on the website, you find a wide range of such dining experiences in cities such as Bangalore, Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, and Chennai.

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So whether you are looking for a curated, live-kitchen chef-on-hand experience or a customised, anniversary, diner-created experience, we have it all.


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Malavika Mallya

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