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10 new delivery options for stay-at-home dining

David Light
Filed on March 23, 2020

Maiz Tacos
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Sugargram
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99 Sushi
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Claypot
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Couqley At Home
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Cypher Coffee
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Moe's on the fifth
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NIDO
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FROM THE GLOOM has emerged...food...straight to your doorstep. There's not much to cheer about at the moment, but with all of us stuck inside the clamour for restaurants to begin shipping their wares direct to our doorsteps has been nothing short of whirlwind. In an instant restaurants and culinary services have stepped up and out so you don't have to. Here are ten who have recently entered the game.

Maiz Tacos

体育竞彩网Founded by entrepreneurs, Luma Makhlouf and Haider Al Assam, Maiz Tacos is well known for its deep ties to the Mexican culture. Nestled in the heart of JLT, Maiz Tacos are sending out packages right this minute on Deliveroo. All delivery bags are sanitised before being dropped-off. The DIY Taqueria box enables you to prepare the perfect taco in the comfort of your own home.

Sugargram

Fresh out the oven, Sugargram is a brand-new dessert gifting concept bringing bite-size cupcakes right to your doorstep across Dubai. All the treats are locally made and the boxes can be personalised upon request. Sugargram has launched on Deliveroo, Uber Eats & Chatfood.

99 SUSHI BAR

体育竞彩网99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant on Al Maryah Island recently launched a premium takeaway service, where you can collect your order from the main entrance at the Four Seasons Abu Dhabi and enjoy Japanese haute cuisine while in front of the TV.

Citymax's Claypot

体育竞彩网The Bur Dubai institution Claypot offers the best home-made Indian delicacies. Claypot's menu has been meticulously curated by Head Chef Vijandra Rawaat who has made his signature masalas inspired by his grandma's home cooking available on Uber Eats and Zomato.

 

 

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Wild & the Moon

This hipster joint has a varied selection of immune boosting offerings available to take out through various delivery partners in the UAE. Their hugely popular Bam Shot is a cold pressed shot made with lemon, turmeric, ginger and black pepper.

Couqley at home

体育竞彩网Do your taste buds a favour and order in a special Couqley Steak Frites dinner via Deliveroo's contactless delivery. The Couqley at Home menu is a combination of some of the most loved items in addition to a few more, making sure Happy Hour also happens in your house.

Cypher fresh coffee

Cypher Urban Roastery - known for their specialty premium coffee - is catering to the growing demand of coffee lovers everywhere by bringing their freshly roasted coffee beans straight to your door. Cypher sources, grades, and roasts a wide range of ethically-sourced beans and delivers them.

Moe's on the 5th

体育竞彩网Moe's on the Fifth, located in the Sheraton Grand Hotel, will serve you up their famous Mustard chicken for two on Deliveroo and Zomato.

NIDO

体育竞彩网Found in the Sheraton Grand Hotel, NIDO can bring tapas right to your door. Order the mouthwatering honey eggplant or get that fix of patatas bravas from Deliveroo and Zomato.

Flipside

A whopping 30 per cent discount is now available on home delivery along with complimentary advice on healthy eating from The Flipside Restobar in-house expert dietician. Hala Tajrine is a DHA licensed dietician qualified in Dietetics and Health Science from Montreal, Canada. Order from the Garhoud restaurant and receive your advice and food for less.

Just so you know...

Delivery app waives fees for local UAE restaurants

"We know the coming weeks will be challenging for many local businesses, and that's why in support of our local community, delivery fees are waived for customers on orders from all local restaurants across the UAE until further notice," an Uber Eats spokesperson has told us. That's right, delivery fees on the Uber Eats platform have been waived for customers on orders from all local restaurants across the UAE to help with the situation. So now you can get food to your house for less.

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