When you’re feeling peckish but can’t decide what you actually want to eat, Talabat might be your answer. With more than a thousand restaurants and takeaway options to choose from, this site should make things slightly easier. Or, you could spend hours looking at menus.
If you want food delivered, you don’t just have to get burgers or pizza. Munchbox will send a box of six healthy snacks, including nuts and dried fruit, for you to graze on. You can subscribe, and they’ll send you a box every month, every week, or even every day if you want, for Dhs60 a box of six servings.
British company Deliveroo launched in Dubai last November, and delivers food from a carefully curated list of restaurants, including Café Bateel and Magnolia Bakery. It charges Dhs7 for delivery, and orders usually only take 32 minutes, so if you’re craving cupcakes, you’ll get them quickly.
There’s no need to worry about anyone not hearing you properly and getting your order wrong with food delivery sites. Just choose what you want from one of the hundreds of takeaways, and then sit back and wait for it to come to you.
This site will send you meals from Michelin-starred chefs made with the best ingredients. Meals are delivered in glass jars, which get picked up the next day. The menu changes every week, but you can get a gourmet three-course meal sent to your doorstep for just Dhs109.
If you’re looking to recover from all that junk food, Detox Delight can give you a hand with its selection of juices, soups and snacks – all made with organic, natural ingredients. You can also sign up to do a juice cleanse for anything from three to 20 days, or just order a jar of kale chips.