Four ways to help you find work lunches fast
Best part of a workday? It's lunch of course. Gives you a chance to eat food, get some fresh air and catch up with your workmates. You don't want to spend too much, but when the clock is ticking and you don’t have time to wait in line what are your options?
If you are budgeting and planning your lunches for the week, you can use your Opus nbn™ connection to check out some of these handy options.
Whether you fancy a salad, burger or burrito, you can subscribe to a lunch service. MealPal allows you to choose from two, 30 day packages; 20 lunches at $7.49 each or 12 lunches for $7.99 each. All you have to do is nominate what time window and meal selection you want. You can order the night before or until 9:30am that morning of lunch. Then you get to skip the queue and pick up your lunch.
How does shepherd's pie with double mash, salmon and mushroom filo and risotto cakes with pumpkin and basil pesto sound? Gourmet Dinner service has a wide range of healthy meals that you just have to heat then eat. There's a variety of options available from mains, sides, salads and even 'petite' meals for those that are watching their weight. Meals start from $7.50 each.
If you are watching your weight, it doesn't have to be boring with pumpkin and quinoa frittatas and Bolognese spaghetti. Dietlicious has a range of lunches that start from $9.90 and are delivered in insulated boxes. Their meals as made from locally sourced ingredients and can be stored in the freezer for up to 4 months.
Don't have time to make lunches for the little ones? You can order healthy, two or three course lunches from $8.65. Just pay and order via Classroom Cuisine's website, and the lunches get delivered to their school. Options include sushi rolls, salads and sandwiches for lunch; fresh fruit and brownie bites for desert; and tzatziki dip and rice crackers as a snack.
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