Providoor: Bringing High-end Experience to Your Doorstep

From fusion cuisine to Friday night cooking classes, Providoor will bring them to you.

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Providoor: Bringing High-end Experience to Your Doorstep

Providoor took off in the middle of lockdown in June 2020. It was founded by Shane Delia, an Australian celebrity chef and owner of Maha, a famous Indian restaurant in Melbourne. Its business model is mainly working with various high-end restaurants to deliver pre-cooked meals to its customers.

Providoor works with Melbourne’s best high-end restaurants to deliver their food to your door. Some of the restaurant they work with include Supernormal, Gingerboy and Cumulus Inc. Their precooked meals come in sets that you can choose from or you can do a la carte too if you wish. They are amazing and probably as good as dining in. All you have to do is heat it up according to their instructions.

Other than pre-cooked meals, they also offer cooking classes hosted by their restaurant partners. They will deliver the ingredients to your home with cooking instructions. All you have to do next is log in to Instagram and watch their Instagram Live of the cooking class. You will be producing restaurant-quality meals at your home and impress your family. Here’s one of the examples of their cooking class:

Providoor does next-day delivery if you order by 4pm. The delivery process is contactless and of the highest hygiene standard, ensuring health safety. If you’ve been bored in lockdown and need something to do or craving for a dining-in experience, Providoor has got your back!


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