Dine on Time Launch Party

On the evening of the Dine on Time App launch party at the Westfield San Francisco Centre I was so excited to meet my fellow Foodie Tastemakers and see how everyone's dishes turned out.

Don't these ladies look like trouble?

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Dine On Time Tastemakers

The party was held on the top floor where some of the restaurants and chefs we collaborated with are located, under the dome, which is an absolutely gorgeous setting for a party!

Dine on Time Launch Party Under the Dome

All the dishes looked beautiful and I loved the display was a food blogger's dream come true, all set up for photos: No eating allowed! Take all the photos you like!

Dine on Time Dish Display

The party kicked off the launch of the Dine on Time App created by Westfield Labs, an app that lets you order dishes from any number of Westfield San Francisco Centre restaurants.  Order ahead and either pick up or dine in without waiting.

Dine on Time Tastemakers

That's the ONLY way to get any of the secret menu items created by each one of the Westfield Foodie Tastemakers and the chefs they collaborated with. You don't want to miss out on:

  • Mika Takeuchi of Food Fashionista with LarkCreekSteak Chef Ismael Macias – Bacon-Wrapped Mary’s Free-Range Chicken Breast
  • Melissa Sanchez of Savvy in San Francisco with Cupola Pizzeria Chef Marc Tennison – ‘Nduja Pizza
  • Tara Condell of Food and Other Things with Straits Chef Julian Yeo – Glazed Indonesian Chili Prawns
  • Brenda Ton of Bites & Bourbon with Sorabol Korean BBQ & Asian Noodles Chef Theresa Lee – Spring Mix Noodle Salad with Shrimp
  • Anita Chu of Desserts First with CocoaBella Chocolates Founder Michael Freeman – Executive Collection of Chocolates
  • And my very own Lamb Shui Mai working with M.Y. China, Chef Tony Wu
Dine on Time

In the next six months, every time one of the secret dishes is ordered, Westfield Labs is keeping a tally. At the end of the six months, the blogger with the most dishes order will have a $1,000 donation made in their name to the San Francisco & Marin Food Bank.

Try out Dine on Time and order my Lamb Shui Mai dish, you’ll LOVE it!

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  1. Looks like a fun and tasty event! I bet the urge to sample some of those delectable dishes was overwhelming. I know it would have been for me. Thanks for sharing these photos 🙂

  2. Definitely looks like a wonderful time and being able to talk with different cooks and taste different foods 🙂 yum how nice