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Chef Daniel Boulud Debuts A New Concept

Anetta Nowosielska | July 25, 2020 | Food & Drink

A new delivery concept courtesy of a star chef brings seasonal cuisine to your home with a percentage of sales benefiting hand in hand.

DANIELHomeNormandy1354aTSchauer3BW3C.jpgChef Daniel Boulud in his kitchen.

If your “can’t wait to eat that again” list includes lobster salad Provençale, you are in luck! Chef Daniel Boulud has launched Daniel Boulud Kitchen, a new delivery concept designed to bring the culinary flavor of his New York restaurants to the Hamptons. With achanging menu of French classics, orders can be placed through the new website or through delivery platform Tock To Go. “I miss being in the kitchen,"Boulud admits. "But I also miss my guests, and I miss my staff—many of whom have been by my side for years. With Daniel Boulud Kitchen, we have the ability to bring back some additional members, and as we grow we can bring back even more.” Here are the delicious deets: $1,400 feeds six people for Friday and Saturday dinners, plus a Sunday brunch. Orders must be placed on Wednesdays and can be picked up at locations in East Hampton and Southampton with a percentage of sales going to the chef's foundation, Hand in Hand. Hopefully, these reconfigured concepts will keep gastronomy alive, but for Boulud, this movable feast goes to the root of his passion. “We are in the business of giving love and compassion,and being able to cook together and to do what we do best at a time when people are looking for alternatives for their home dining means the world.”

Photography by: Courtesy of Thomas Schauer