Freshly prepared, seasonal lunches delivered straight to your door

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Choose your option and day, choose your day before 11AM

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Prepare

We make every lunch fresh to order

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Deliver

We cycle your lunch straight to your desk by 1PM

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This Week's Menu

w/c 31/05/16

Daily Options
    • Meat Option
    • £8.00
    • Smoked Chicken Glazed in Chilli Jam
    • hemp seed and quinoa bowl, honey-roasted squash cubes, avocado, new season peas and baby leaves
    • Fish Option
    • £8.00
    • Flaked Salmon Don with Black Sesame and Miso Sauce
    • sticky sushi rice, homemade pickles, nori, sliced raw mangetout salad, and seaweed, with a caramelised miso sauce
    • Vegetarian Option
    • £8.00
    • Crispy Oven-roasted Cauliflower Slab
    • with toasted seeds, black eyed beans, green chard, herb smash
Served on Fridays
    • Special Meat Option
    • £8.00
    • Slow-cooked Lamb Shank in Pomegranate
    • served with roasted squash and tahini mash, giant spinach, chard and pomegranate seeds, with mint, coriander and basil
    • Special Vegetarian Option
    • £8.00
    • Buddha Bowl
    • squash with yellow curry paste, bean sprouts, soba noodles, peanuts, herbs and pickles with soy and lime dressing

Our Food

We're Karma Cans, we run a lunchtime delivery service to offices in central London. Our daily menu, different each day, is always healthy and as locally and sustainably sourced as possible. The ingredients are carefully chosen to keep you full, focussed and healthy while you work and all our food comes as a balanced meal with protein vegetables and whole grains and it's all £8 no matter what's on the menu. We cook the food in our kitchen in Central London, and then cycle it to your office by 1pm. All deliveries are by bicycle and all our packaging is either reusable or compostable to cut down both waste and emissions.

Some of our reviews

A new lunch time delivery service with soulAbout Time
On a mission to make London a healthier and more sustainable placeThe Huffington Post
Who says comfort food can't be healthy?Marie Claire

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