From 27 October, Restokit will offer food to prepare at home from the likes of Sabor, Galvin a Chapelle, Legare, Kolamba and Gymkhana.
To prepare the food, customers follow a few simple steps, including dressing salads, searing meats and heating sauces.
Each restaurant will also be able to curate a drinks list, including cocktails and wine for delivery, and even playlists for diners.
Restaurant partners prepare the food on site on a specific day and send it to customers directly in Restokit-branded packaging (cooking instructions, printed by Restokit, are also included).
Restokit is currently working to a schedule which means not every restaurant is available for delivery every day, but kits are designed to last in the fridge for an extra two days.
Restokit allows diners to order from multiple restaurants for delivery at once so long as the delivery days align.
Founder Xavi Molet says Restokit was born out of his frustrations with generic takeaways during lockdown.
“I wanted to offer something for both the consumer and the restaurant which would ensure premium quality, putting both at ease,” he says.
“The beauty of the kitchen set up means that many dishes will be prepped and packaged to assemble before a service, so we will send orders to each restaurant, and they will just keep quantities to one side."
"A restaurant can offer both meal-kits and in-house diners at once.”
Restokit says it has 'exciting plans' for a second phase with new features, options and ‘opportunities for both customers and restaurant partners’.