Next week London's Arabica is to launch a new menu of punchy, flavoursome Middle Eastern dishes, available for home delivery direct to customer's door every Friday, from 17 April.
Developed by Arabica founder James Walters, the new home delivery menu is available every Friday during lockdown for delivery within a seven miles radius of Arabica’s central kitchen in Camberwell, SE5 - just in time for the weekend.
Customers simply need 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 (a pick up option currently not available due to current social distancing regulations).
Launching just in time to be enjoyed in the sunshine out in the back garden; the new home delivery menu offers a varied selection of delicious Middle Eastern classics, for which Arabica has become famous.
The menu includes falafel meal kits, Middle Eastern dips and salads, vegan and vegetarian mezze platters, and a meaty family feast box to feed 4-5 people.
There is also a collection of some of Arabica’s house signatures, such as hummus, feta & spinach boregi, chicken & pistachio kibeh, fattoush, aubergine moussaka and of course, baklava and Turkish delights for sweet treats.
Arabica’s own brand ingredient jars are also available to order, including tahini, sumac, za’atar, and sweet & sour pomegranate molasses.
Walters launched Arabica as a market stall at Borough Market 17 years ago and has since grown the brand to two restaurant sites, one in Borough Market and more recently in Kings Cross, just behind Granary Square, as well as operating a successful own-brand ingredient and food product business.