Should I clean my boyfriend's house even though we don't live together?

My boyfriend and I have been dating for over 7 months now. I stay at his house almost every night. He doesn't work at the moment, and I have a full time job. I usually go to his house around 6:00 or 7:00, sometimes he makes supper, sometimes we get takeout. I don't know how to cook - I haven't lived on my own yet and haven't really been interested in learning until lately. We have a routine where if he cooks, I'll do the dishes. Other then that, I don't do any "upkeep" on his house. I have a couple of things in a drawer in his room (pjs, a couple shirts) and I have a blow dryer and hair straightener and a couple toiletries in his bathroom.

A couple of times now, he has brought up that I "don't do anything". He thinks that he bends over backwards for me every night because he cooks supper I'm assuming..

I just need some outside opinions.. if I don't live there, should I be sweeping his floors, mopping, etc? He claims that he "cleans his house" every day when I text him to see how his day is going so I find it would be a little redundant. I don't see what he means when he says I don't do anything.. can any guys/girls give me an opinion on what he might mean by that? I've tried asking what he means by that and he just gets all vague and says he doesn't need my help around the house anyway.

I've also offered to give him $300.00 a month for groceries because I feel bad for staying over 5-6 nights a week and having supper there about 3 or 4 times a week (even though if we get takeout we take turns buying). Is this a reasonable amount? Should I be doing more? I have never had a boyfriend complain about stuff like this and I have never officially lived with a boyfriend so I haven't transitioned into this whole suzie homemaker thing..

What are normal expectations in this regard?

Should I clean my boyfriend's house even though we don't live together?
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