Being a bachelorette, I have tried almost all the food delivery service available in and around my area including the ones which deliver food during mid nights. I am part of a few Facebook food groups through which I come to know about many other food delivery services which do not cater to my area.
Lunchpi is one such food delivery service which I kept hearing about for their tasty food but never had a chance to try them out. Recently, Chennai bloggers club in association with Lunch Pi, issued coupons to the bloggers to try out their food and write about it.
I came to know that they do deliver to my area and that is how I got the chance to try Lunchpi
The website of Lunchpi looked classy and was easy to navigate. They have a daily menu option and an a la carte option with North Indian, Asian and Continental cusines. You can even subscribe for their monthly and corporate subscription plans.
You can order through Zomato, Facebook or through their website. If your area does not fall under their service, just call and check once. Provided the order value is more, they do deliver to many areas other than their usual.
Make sure to order a day before or a few hours before the meal time. They do not deliver on Mondays.
I and my friend were ordering together. While she settled for a vegetarian special thali, I was contemplating a lot. My mind kept revolving around the Chicken Lasagna on their menu. How can they home deliver a lasagna? With all that layers and gooey stuff inside? Well, to answer my curiosity, I went ahead and ordered the lasagna along with chicken kebabs.
We received the food on time and it was warm. Totally liked the recyclable packaging with wooden spoons.
Now the moment of truth. Opening the lasagna….
Look-wise it was a little disappointing. The cheese was more and overflowing which kind of deconstructed the layers. I was not even able to remove the outer carton because of the overflowing cheese. Taste-wise it was good and could have been prepared in a better way. It tasted more like an Indian version of lasagna with chicken tikka fillings than an authentic continental version.
The chicken kebabs tasted good with unique flavors which I had not tasted before. The taste didn’t actually satisfy my palate yet there was nothing to complain much. The chicken meat could have been softer.
The special vegetarian thali was the winner out of all the orders. The tikkas, pulav, panner butter masala (one of the bests I have tasted so far), dal makhini, roti everything tasted perfect and my friend was totally satisfied.
Overall, one can consider Lunchpi as a good food online delivering platform in Chennai. As I have not tasted the Asian and other continental items on the menu, I can’t really comment on that. But can vouch for the north indain cuisine.
Have you tried ordering from Lunchpi?