Organising corporate lunches can be difficult.
You not only want to make sure you’re getting nice food, but you also want to make sure that the delivery is going to be quick.
And let’s be honest. Sometimes sandwiches just doesn’t cut it. So to save you the research time, with the help of some local delivery services, we’ve compiled a list of 20 great places in Sydney to get your corporate lunch delivered from.
Here they are. Bon appétit!
Neil Perry's award winning team prepare phenomenal gourmet burgers using the the finest Australian ingredients with the mantra 'Fast Food, Slow Food Values'.
Location: Level 1, 644 George St, Sydney, 2000
Opening hours: 11am until 9pm
Toby Wilson’s cheeky Mexican-style Taqueria fuses traditional tacos with surprising Asian ingredients like crispy pig’s ears and Thai basil.
Location: Dixon House, Little Hay Street, Sydney, Sydney, 2000
Opening hours: Midday until 8.30pm
Based on the wonderful tastes and aromas of home made Greek and Mediterranean cuisine, Aesops is a restaurant in the heart of the Sydney providing diners with the traditional food they love but with a modern twist.
Location: 131 Macquarie St, Sydney 2000
Opening hours: 11.30am until 7.45pm
Providing customers with the freshest ingredients and produce available, Mamma’s Pizza and Pasta Bar offers exceptional pizza, pasta and modern Australian dishes at value for money.
Location: 57 Liverpool St, Sydney 2000
Opening hours: 11am until late
Pork roll, veggie roll, chicken sticky rice, charcoal grilled pork, and rice paper rolls, are just a few of the Vietnamese rolls that you will find at Krispy Roll.
Location: Shop 4/107 Quay Street, Haymarket 2000
Opening hours: 11am until 7pm
Maya Da Dhaba takes an innovative approach to Indian favourites while adding their own signature touch to give you a taste of the world-famous Mumbai street food.
Location: 431 Cleveland St, Surry Hills 2010
Opening hours: Midday until 10.30pm
Offering a wide selection of traditional Thai staples such as drunken noodle, pad see ew beef, and pineapple fried rice as well as dishes with a modern flair.
Location: 68 Mountain Street, Ultimo 2007
Opening hours: 11.30am until 2.30pm
Expect the Thai favourites like spring rolls, dim sim, and stir fries, but be surprised by the chef’s specials such as crispy fish, garlic octopus and crispy skin roast pork too.
Location: Shop 1/82 Stanley Street, Darlinghurst
Opening hours: 11.30am until 9.45pm
You can’t go past traditional/gourmet pizza and pasta, and Made in Italy also offers gluten free bases for its pizzas. And yes, they have an 'Australiana' topped with bacon and egg.
Location: 37 York Lane, Sydney
Opening hours: 11.30am until 2.15pm
Bar Milazzo offers a range of antipasti options from cured meats to fine cheeses, to handmade pappardelle and ravioli. It also has a selection of wraps, sandwiches, burgers and pizzas.
Location: 21 Bridge Street, Sydney
Opening hours: 11am until 2.45pm
Bun Mese is an authentic Vietnamese restaurant specialising in street food from classic pork rolls to steamed rice rolls, all made fresh daily. It’s easy to eat and easy to impress your colleagues with this kind of food.
Location: Shop 2, 304 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst
Opening hours: 10am until 3.45pm
Serving up more than standard Pakistani and Indian fare, Himalaya Pakistani Indian Restaurant is famous for its Mughal biryani, a fragrant rice dish with meat, vegetables and spices. It also has a huge range of vegetarian options and is Halal.
Location: 396 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills
Opening hours: 11am until 11.30pm
Courtyard Café da Capo is one of the city’s hidden secrets. Its menu has a wide range of café specialties such as roast beef, spaghetti, steak sandwiches and more.
Location: 8 Macquarie St, Sydney CBD NSW 2000
Opening hours: 10am until 2.45pm
Just Man’oushe has you covered for pizza in the CBD, and has it all, from supreme to Mexicana to chilli prawn and more. It even has dessert pizzas.
Location: 4-6 York St, Sydney CBD NSW 2000
Opening hours: 12pm until 10pm
The Burger Joint specialises in burgers including a blue cheese and honey burger. If burgers aren’t your thing you can opt to have almost any burger as a wrap or even try their quesadillas, char-grilled chicken or fish and chips.
Location: 701 George Street, Haymarket NSW 2000
Opening hours: 11am until 3pm
The Colonial offers British Indian cuisine and counts aloo gobhi masala, butter chicken, chicken tikka masala as its most popular dishes. It also has a range of platters for those who can’t decide.
Location: 118 Crown St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Opening hours: 2pm until 10pm
Finally, why not was it down with a bottle of plonk? Quick Bottle has a large selection of white, red and rose wines, as well as champagne and sparkling, and of course beer.
Location: Oxford Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Opening hours: Midday until 9.30pm
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