Would you go to a stranger's house for dinner in a foreign city?

Would you go to a stranger's house for dinner in a foreign city?

"I went to a stranger's home for dinner and wanted to call the police."

A young woman posing with an elderly Italian couple
A young woman posing with an elderly Italian couple/Instagram Screenshot/@tyenrasid

If you think about it, we are living in a vast world. This is why you will always find a traveller saying that travelling the world opens your mind and life to a new arena.  

A fitness trainer, Tyen Rasif, stunned us with something super interesting on her social media. In a video, she shares an exciting service she used while travelling in Italy

A European service makes dinner appointments for you at a stranger's house. 

She was lucky enough to be hosted by an elderly Italian couple who have been together for 52 years. 

Paola and Filipo cooked a five-course meal for Tyen, and even though the couple did not speak English, with the help of Google Translate, they managed to communicate with each other just fine. 

At the beginning of Tyen's video, she shares how she wanted to call the police after having dinner at a stranger's house, but that was because the food was so good...

Tyen also revealed that she shared her location with her friends for safety reasons. 

Watch her video below, courtesy of Instagram:

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