Arabica launches home delivery service

By BigHospitality

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Arabica launches home delivery service

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London-based Middle Eastern restaurant Arabica is launching a home delivery service as of next week.

Developed by Arabica founder James Walters, the new home delivery menu will be available every Friday during lockdown for delivery within a seven miles radius of Arabica’s central kitchen in Camberwell, south London.

Items on the menu will include classic Middle Eastern dishes, including falafel meal kits, Middle Eastern dips and salads; vegan and vegetarian mezze platters (from £10-12 each); and a meat-based family feast box to feed four to five people, alongside a collection of some of Arabica’s house signatures, such as hummus; feta and spinach boregi; chicken and pistachio kibeh; fattoush; aubergine moussaka; and baklava.

Arabica’s own brand ingredient jars will also be available to order, including tahini, sumac, za’atar and their sweet and sour pomegranate molasses.

Customers are required to place their order via the Arabica website​ by 6pm each Wednesday, to receive their order direct to their doorstep on Friday of the same week. The company says it is not offering a pick up option because of social distancing regulations. There will be delivery charge of £7.50 per order with free delivery on orders over £75.

Arabic, which was founded by Walters as a market stall at Borough Market 17 years ago, operates two restaurants - one in Borough Market and second in Kings Cross, which opened near Granary Square late last year.

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