Abu Dhabi’s No. FiftySeven Boutique Café launches ingredient box delivery service

Want to recreate delicious dishes at home?

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While we’re all in self-isolation there’s a lot of things we miss, one of which is a weekend breakfast at Abu Dhabi’s best restaurants.

Bringing the weekend vibes to your home, No. FiftySeven Boutique Café has launched a new ingredient box delivery service.

Available to order daily, you can now recreate the restaurant’s most popular dishes at home with all the ingredients sent to you in a box for you to prepare fresh.

Fancy breakfast? The brunch box, suitable for two people, comes with all the ingredients to make the breakfast burrito, crunchy French toast and includes orange juice.

Got kids doing distance learning at home? The children’s lunch box gives kids the chance to make their own organic three-course meal including guacamole and blue corn chips, baked chicken, roast potatoes and carrots, plus small banoffee pie.

Some of the restaurants most popular dishes are also available to order as an ingredient box including the prawn Malabar curry and crispy grain bowl box, with more dishes set to be included soon.

Delivery is available to all locations in Abu Dhabi for a fee of Dhs10 and boxes start from Dhs55 for the crispy grain box, Dhs85 for the prawn curry and Dhs145 for the brunch box.

To place an order call 02 441 6100.

We can’t wait to get cooking up our favourites.
From Dhs65. No. FiftySeven Boutique Café, Al Bateen (02 441 6100).

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