Freshly prepared, seasonal lunches delivered straight to your door


Choose your option and day, choose your day before 11AM


We make every lunch fresh to order


We cycle your lunch straight to your desk by 1PM


Order from the menu or send us an email

This Week's Menu

w/c 23/05/16

Daily Options
    • Meat Option
    • £8.00
    • Turkey Meatballs with Toasted Almonds and Raisins
    • new season pea and sugar snap salad hazelnut samariglio, chilli and lemon zest dressed orzo
    • Fish Option
    • £8.00
    • Salmon Ceviche, cut with coriander and spring onion, lemon juice and extra virgin olive oil
    • Corn cut off the cob, lime and chilli marinated avocado, samphire, roast pepper and tomato, lemon dressing
    • Vegetarian Option
    • £8.00
    • Soy and honey toasted cashews, over miso grilled aubergine
    • Charred sugar snap and new season pea salad, with chilli, soy and mirin dressing and coriander and mint.
Served on Fridays
    • Special Meat Option
    • £8.00
    • Pulled Chicken with saffron and boiled orange dressing
    • mint, basil, coriander, parsley and spring onion, extra virgin olive oil, black quinoa and snap pea salad lollo rosso
    • Special Vegetarian Option
    • £8.00
    • Sweet Potato Falafel
    • pomegranate, basil, coriander and roasted red onions salad, with black quinoa and spinach

Our Food

We're Karma Cans, we run a lunchtime delivery service to offices in central London. Our daily menu, different each day, is always healthy and as locally and sustainably sourced as possible. The ingredients are carefully chosen to keep you full, focussed and healthy while you work and all our food comes as a balanced meal with protein vegetables and whole grains and it's all £8 no matter what's on the menu. We cook the food in our kitchen in Central London, and then cycle it to your office by 1pm. All deliveries are by bicycle and all our packaging is either reusable or compostable to cut down both waste and emissions.

Some of our reviews

A new lunch time delivery service with soulAbout Time
On a mission to make London a healthier and more sustainable placeThe Huffington Post
Who says comfort food can't be healthy?Marie Claire


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