If you’re sick of having greasy, salty waimai for lunch every day, Shanghai-based platform Aunty’s Kitchen just might be the answer to your solutions.

Aunty’s Kitchen is an O2O online takeout platform (not unlike Eleme) but with a twist – the food sold is entirely home-cooked by resident “vendors” in Shanghai. This means affordably-priced, home-cooked Chinese food without the fears of undesirable hygiene and recycled oil/salt/monosodium glutamate.

Users are able to access Aunty’s Kitchen via its online platform, Android, iOS app and WeChat subscription account to check which vendors are nearby, as well as the menu offered and prices. The system also includes user reviews to aid hungry consumers in their decisions.

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Zen Soo

Zen is a tech journalist with a fondness for tech gadgets and pandas. She is also a full-time grad student studying business journalism at Tsinghua University, and often spends much time dreaming about...