Our Delivery Zones and Fees
We have 3 delivery timeslots:
1. Sunday 8 pm - 9 pm
2. Monday 12 noon - 1 pm
3. Flexible: you pick any hourly timeslot on Sunday: 7 pm - 11 pm
Monday anytime 10 am - 11 pm
Extra charges apply for this option
How Sakbeh works
We deliver a selection of homemade Syrian meals once a week on your choice of Sunday or Monday. Our menu changes every week.
1. Order anytime between Monday noon and Thursday midnight
Every Monday at noon the menu for the following week becomes available on our website. Order by Thursday midnight
2. Choose your delivery timeslot
You choose 1 of 3 delivery options:
1. Sunday evening: 8 pm - 9 pm
2. Monday midday: 12 noon - 1 pm
3. Flexible delivery option: for an additional fee we can deliver to you at any hourly timeslot of your choice between 7 pm - 11 pm on Sunday or anytime between 10 am - 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 email@example.com).
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; those are currently sold out but keep an eye out!
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 have partnered with the #sharethemeal app which enables us to donate daily meals to a Syrian refugee child. Their Syria campaign initially was for Syrian refugee children in Lebanon which ended. For a short period time we donated directly to the WFP until recently when #sharethemeal relaunched a new campaign for Syrian refugee children in Jordan. Anyone can track, see and join our donations campaign by following the #sakbehforsyria team on the #sharethemeal app.
'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.