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Hosting a dinner prepared by your own personal chef will soon become an easy reality, with Lebanon's latest online startup offering the experience of hassle-free entertaining at home.Bibayti hopes to make dinner parties simple, by inviting its users to select a chef, a menu and a date for their event. Bibayti has at least 15 chefs signed up to its yet-to-be-launched service. Initially they were using social media to approach chefs themselves, but now they are getting close to the launch, Fares says chefs interested in the concept have been approaching them instead. Prices will of course go up for smaller groups, as the chefs will still be providing the same service with costs.To ensure the quality of that service, the Bibayti founders plan on doing test dinners for the amateur chefs. Its founders, Fares and partner Fadi Kharrat, are not in fact chefs themselves – they are engineers – but both are extremely passionate about cooking and hosting.
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