According to Condé Nast Traveler, The Boundless Kitchen is a "semi-mobile community hall and professional kitchen" that's "used as a platform to connect different communities." Vinkler coined the concept after inviting locals to a monthly Fællesspisning, or "folk kitchens" at his restaurant Smag, in Ebeltoft. He realized that bringing a community together to enjoy a casual meal deserved its own "identity." In May 2016, the food truck and greenhouse was born.
Vinkler hires refugees for internship positions where they're able to cook food from their home countries. The interns create their own menus, help prepare the food, then join diners for fællesspisningerne (common meals). Like famed chef and TV star Anthony Bourdain, Vinkler is interested in using food as a social tool to literally break down boundaries. As the kitchen's project operator, Anna Oline Laumark, explains to Condé Nast Traveler, "The new citizens have a chance to develop their language and social skills; they can take ownership by presenting their food traditions and sharing them with Danish people—with pride."