With restaurants closed again, we return to recreating our favourite dishes at home. Thankfully, DIY kits are back. Not only do these kits satisfy the urge to cook at home, they involve less effort and offer foolproof results. We've rounded up London’s restaurants, cafes, and bakeries delivering DIY kits to keep your hands busy.
Eat Chay started in February 2017 to create the best tasting vegan dishes inspired by their East Asian heritage. You can now experience their vegan eats at home! There are three DIY kits: Bibimbap Kit, Vegan Bao Kit and Vegan Tonkotsu Kit. Each kit comes with labelled ingredients and a menu card with detailed instructions. All takes 15-20 minutes to prepare. The delivery is nationwide.
Chin Chin, London’s most innovative ice cream brand, developed what some call the greatest hot chocolate on earth to fight the winter blues; thick, rich and so glossy you can see your face in it! Now you can recreate this viral sensation at home, just don’t forget the marshmallow!
Plant Hub have been serving their signature focaccia and nomelette in their London Restaurant for a while and now you can also make it at home. Plant Hub have created dry mixes for their gluten-free focaccia and chickpea nomelette. The focaccia is available with a charcoal finish or with Italian herbs. The nomelette comes in two flavours: Classic or smoked paprika. On their web site each dry mix has a video recipe. Enjoy!
We know you've been missing Shoryu’s ramen and they’ve just introduced their brand new DIY Shoryu Kits to help you satisfy those ramen cravings!
The kits come with everything you need to turn yourself into a ramen master and make awesome vegan Shoryu at home. All you have to do is to follow the instructions, it's all in the kits. Get ready to create one hell of an authentic Shoryu experience in your own kitchen in just 10 minutes.
Home to London's first vegan crispy chick'un burger meal kits Marli’s Kitchen has been running a delivery service since the street food lockdown. The burger meal kits include seitan fillets, brioche buns and all the toppings such as cheese, lettuce, tomato and pickles.
The Vurger Co is a 100% vegan fast food restaurant, their indulgent vegan burgers, fries, mac n cheese and shakes are divine. You can now make their best selling New York Melt Vurger at Home. Burger kits for two people available for £18.95 with regular and gluten-free bun options. The kits include Beyond Burger patties, vegan brioche buns, cheese slices, lettuce, gherkins, tomato, burger sauce bottle and portion of skin on fries.
SpiceBox is an award-winning curry house, serving fresh, modern spins on Indian curry house classics, which happens to be vegan. SpiceBox has carefully designed their Meal Kits to allow you to effortlessly create the SpiceBox curry night experience from the comfort of your home.
Follow the step-by-step recipe card or video and, in just 45 minutes, you’ll have an amazing feast for the family sorted. Each box generously feeds 4-6 people.
Become a poké pro at home. Island Poké brings their island to your door. The Vegan Island Poké DIY kit comes with all the same ingredients as the original kit, they've simply swapped out the fish for teriyaki marinated smoked tofu, and they've also cut the sriracha mayo as that's not vegan friendly. There's still plenty for 4 bowls; 2 Vegan Ahi bowls and 2 Vegan Lomi bowls!
With the closure of the London cafes due to Covid-19, Vida Bakery created seven cookie dough packages, available to buy online, so you can bake their signature cookies at home. All the mixes are 100% vegan and gluten-free. Simply; roll the mix, place the mix in a baking tray, bake, cool down and enjoy!
Design your own Doughnuts or recreate a Doughnut Time menu favourite, all from the comfort of your kitchen! With their Cookies n’ Cream Vegan DIY Doughnut kit you can create four Doughnut Time doughnuts. Inside the kit you’ll find four Doughnut Time fresh handmade doughnuts, cookie chunks, cookie crisp, dark chocolate drops, vanilla cream glaze, and cookies n' cream buttercream. All you need is a cooling rack, scissors, and apron.