Drop-in for dinnerPosted by: Richard Abbey
A Sheffield vegan Asian restaurant has launched an eco-friendly meal subscription service.
Staying in is the new going out, and as restaurants all over the country adapt towards the new needs and requirements for a safe dining experience, restaurateurs Nic and Renee Long of Dishi, Sheffield, have developed their lock-down takeaway offering into a complete subscription dining experience.
DishiDrop has branched out to now deliver their iconic stainless steel containers full of plant-based goodness directly to customers' doors.
Delivered fortnightly or monthly, the service greatly reduces food waste, removes plastics and single-use products from the takeaway experience and with a seasonal plant-based menu, has a greatly reduced carbon footprint. With a carefully designed menu to ensure two diners will feel satisfied and nourished, the curated tiffin tins include a variety of fresh seasonal produce inspired by a single Asian cuisine. The standard DishiDrop includes rice, two mains, a fresh vibrant slaw or salad, and flatbread.
For example, a thai-inspired menu may include: Tamarind Peanut Jasmine Rice, Pumpkin Massaman Curry, Tenderstem Panang Curry and a Noodle, Chili, Lime & Pomelo Salad
Owners Nic and Renée Long said: "We deliver stainless steel containers full of plant-based goodness directly to your door to feed your soul, warm your heart and keep you and the planet happy. The next time we deliver, we collect the empty tins to be filled again, ensuring there’s no plastic waste and reducing our carbon footprint. Leave the dinner decisions to us, and be confident that you’re doing good by eating good!"
Each drop costs £26 to feed two hungry diners, and customers can check their postcode here.