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Dishpatch Announces Christmas Feasts and Welcomes New Names Chishuru and Parsons

Feast-box delivery specialists Dishpatch have launched three very special, complete Christmas menus. On sale now, for delivery on Wednesday 23rd December in time for the big day, they are: 

  • The Turkey Feast by Andrew Edmunds, a classic turkey roast with all the trimmings, starters of Irish smoked salmon and beetroot & walnut pesto with chickpea pancake, sticky toffee pudding for dessert, and petits fours.
  • The Beef Banquet by 10 Greek Street, an indulgent feast of Christmas classics from Welsh ribeye to truffle gratin, with date & treacle pudding, Tunworth cheese and chocolate florentines to finish.
  • The Christmas Twist from Bubala, an entirely vegetarian festive feast inspired by the Middle-East. Ideal for those looking for something less traditional but still celebratory, it includes beetroot carpaccio, cauliflower Wellington, sprouts with Ras-el-Hanout walnuts and dates, and Bubala’s Christmas trifle. 

Dishpatch has also revealed menus from two new restaurant partners: a West African Feast from Chishuru, Joké Bakare’s acclaimed Brixton restaurant, featuring ekuru, beef ayamase, attasi rice, plantain and chocolate cake; and a Classic Fish Supper from Parsons, the elegant Covent Garden seafood restaurant, which includes flatbreads with seaweed butter, marinated octopus, fish pie, and chocolate mousse with toasted pistachios.

These new menus can be ordered for delivery on Friday 27th November and 4th, 11th or 18th December.

For every box ordered, Dishpatch will donate £1 to homelessness charity StreetSmart, whose annual fundraising campaign in restaurants in November and December, whereby a voluntary donation is added to diners’ bills, has been made impossible by lockdown. Kimberley Coke of StreetSmart says, “We are delighted with this partnership; Dishpatch have stepped up to help StreetSmart at a time when it’s needed most, as the pandemic has left many homeless and unemployed.”

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