Looking to pep up an evening in? Wanna learn some new cooking skills? Well, we've got just the thing for you. Places all over the city are offering you the chance to prepare your own meal using their DIY food bundles. Interested? We're giving you the skinny on all the best restaurant meal kits in Birmingham, from comforting ramen bowls and pasta parcels to breakfast naan boxes.
Renowned as the tenth best pizzeria in the whole damn world, Rudy's are offering some of the cheesiest at-home restaurant kits in Birmingham, delivering stellar slices to your door. On the menu? Their signature Neapolitan bases with wild boar salami, four cheeses or a range of alternative vegan-friendly toppings. Simply order online and you'll receive a - nearly - ready-to-eat meal that just needs heating up.
This is not a drill. You can now get your paws on one of Dishoom's renowned breakfast bacon naans. The Birmingham restaurant is plying you with naan dough and rashers, along with Chai spices and loose-leaf Darjeeling tea for you to make a tasty brew, all packaged in a neat little delivery box. What's more, for every kit you buy, it'll donate a meal.
Antona At Home
Coming from the team behind the Michelin-starred Simpsons and The Cross, Antona At Home is providing you with exquisite dishes made using locally-sourced ingredients, sent in eco-friendly packaging. A Michelin experience at home? It's possible thanks to these Birmingham DIY dinner kits.
Kodawari are helping you make your very own bowl of traditional ramen from your kitchen. Specialising in all things umami, the pros are sending you everything you need to create an authentic and flavourful dish. Within their Birmingham restaurant meal kit you'll find broth, oils and toppings - all which have taken over 100 hours to prepare.
From cheese and charcuterie platters to wine and sauces, Arch 13 At Connolly's is your one-stop-shop for at-home date nights in Birmingham. Don your glad rags, crack out a candle or two and spend your evening tucking into award-winning meats, craft brews and seasonal bundles.
Now this is bound to ramp things up. Aktar At Home is serving up some of Birmingham's best restaurant meal kits - both for delivery and collection from Opheem. Prepared by Michelin-starred chef Aktar Islam, options range from an assortment of traditional curries to an incredible Argentinian sirloin roast dinner with truffled cauliflower cheese and a rich bone marrow and malbec gravy.
Spice up your night in with a Thai spread courtesy of Buddha Belly. One of the best DIY meal kits in Birmingham, the restaurant's delivery packets will see you and your bubble making up your own beef massaman curries, spicy pork panang and vegan bites. After a quirky gift idea? They also have treat boxes, complete with a T-shirt, beers, sauces and ingredients for a lip-smacking plate.
Dirty Bones is upgrading your Friday night Netflix binges with its fun hands-on bundles. The NYC-inspired London restaurant is sending its restaurant meal kits nationwide, offering up everything from slow-cooked beef brisket burgers to lamb and chilli loaded fries. Heck, you can even go all out and get one of their hero kits for two, which also includes a cocktail.
Patagonian lamb cutlets, hand-sliced chorizo and mini churros... Fazenda is delivering first-class cuts to houses around Birmingham. Along with a number of different meats, charcuterie and pastries, the South American restaurant is also sorting you out for a decadent dinner with a mega three-course boxes, designed for two to three people.
Treat yourself to a seasonal hamper from Opus Restaurant and you'll receive a three-course box and instruction card. Take your pick from their weekly-changing menu of à la carte bites or go the full hog and opt for one of Birmingham's best Sunday roast deliveries. The cherry on top? They also offer pre-made cocktails and a selection of British cheeses.
London pasta maestros Passo are bringing a taste of Italy to your kitchen with their handy pizza and spaghetti cook-at-home restaurant dishes. Choose from their mega menu of three cheese margaritas and pork shoulder ragus, all washed down with a bottled cocktail or two. Delizioso.
Bare Bones Pizza
This has got to be one of Birmingham's best DIY dinner kits. Designed by award-winning food trader Bare Bones Pizza, the Neapolitan-style at-home slices are simple, wallet-friendly and tasty as hell. Choose the toppings of your choice and you'll also get a colouring sheet for the little ones, as well as the option to add some craft beers for the grown-ups.
From beef shin and pork belly bao buns to vegan bites and speciality sake, Tiger Bites Pig is offering some of the best restaurant meal kits in Birmingham. The Pan-Asian dining destination promises delivery to both local and nationwide postcodes, and you can also pick up a t-shirt or a tote from their merch collection.
Looking for some more at-home inspiration? Check out our guide to the best drinks deliveries in Birmingham here.