New Flexible Delivery Option and 4 New Postcodes added
Can't commit to a delivery timeslot from now? No problem! We now offer a flexible delivery option for an additional fee; we can now deliver in any hourly timeslot of your choice between Sunday 7 pm - 11 pm or Monday 10 am - 11 pm.
Pick this option upon checkout and simply drop us a line at email@example.com at least 3 hours before you want your delivery made telling us your desired hourly timeslot.
Based on many requests, we have also now expanded our delivery zones to cover Ealing, Acton and Chiswick. We now deliver to W3 - W4 - W5 - NW10.
How Sakbeh works
1. Order anytime between Monday noon and Thursday midnight
We prepare a selection of delicious Syrian homemade meals every week. Every Monday at noon the menu for the week after becomes available to order from. Ordering closes at Thursday midnight
2. Choose your delivery either on Sunday evening or Monday midday
You choose 1 of 3 delivery options, either on Sunday evening between 8 pm and 9 pm ,or Monday midday between 12 noon and 1 pm. For an additional fee, you can pick our new flexible delivery option whereby we can deliver to you at any hourly timeslot of your choice between 7 pm and 11 pm on Sunday or anytime between 10 am and 11 pm on Monday. Just send us an email at least 3 hours before you want your delivery indicating your desired delivery hourly timeslot (email us at firstname.lastname@example.org). You then receive our Sakbeh chilled in microwavable containers.
All our meals are freshly prepared on the day of delivery. Order as many as you like to last you as much as possible through the week!
3. Store your meals and heat during the week
Store the meals in the fridge and easily heat within 3 days. Freeze for longer periods.
Alternatively, our monthly plans represent our best value, so select the one that suits you best.
Our #SakbehforSyria pledge
For every Sakbeh we deliver in London, we will deliver a Sakbeh to a Syrian refugee child. That's our pledge.
We started off this campaign in collaboration with the #sharethemeal app which enabled us to donate daily meals to a Syrian refugee child. Their Syria campaign however has now ended and we have therefore searched for an alternative way to donate and have settled with the World Food Program -Syria Emergency Donation Fund -a UN affiliated agency. We will continue to make the donations at the end of each week by donating the same amount we used to in the #sharethemeal app for each order made, directly at the website of WFP.
WFP supports the education of Syrian children by providing nutritious snacks in almost 900 schools across Syria, as well as through school meals initiatives in Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon. WFP also fights malnutrition by providing nutrition support to young children, pregnant women and nursing mothers. Also every month, WFP is providing family food rations to more than 4 million displaced and conflict-affected people across Syria. Each ration is enough to feed a family of five.
'Sakbeh' is a Syrian word that transcends the literal meaning of pouring food for someone. It is an act of sharing among loved ones; an act of kindness and generosity. Londoners enjoy our fabulous food, and at the same time a Syrian refugee child gets a much-needed meal.