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Lithuanians Reda Stare (left) and Audra Pakalnyte (right) co-founded PlateCulture to offer a unique dining experience. The service enables a small group of diners to have a meal at a host’s private home. There are two ways to join. If you’re a gifted cook and want to open your home and life to others, then consider joining them as a host. If you’re a foodie looking for new things to try while meeting new people, then consider booking a PlateCulture dinner. Go to www.plateculture.com for more information. Reda talks to us about spreading the new dining trend in Bangkok. 

Photo courtesy of PLATECULTURE

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