No Biggie Meals, a ‘dark kitchen’ concept, makes its debut in Melbourne

With the hospitality industry adapting to the ongoing pandemic in a variety of ways, Melbourne’s new online food service No Biggie Meals is providing a simple, thoughtful way for kitchens to connect with consumers.

No Biggie Meals is a dark kitchen movement, born in Canberra and designed to strengthen and facilitate the connection between chefs and diners with various ready-to-eat meals available from various venues.

Aiming to keep hospitality workers employed and the community fed, all health-conscious ready-to-eat meals from No Biggie are available in conjunction with the respective venue’s takeaway and delivery option. It’s already been a success in Sydney and Brisbane since expanding, and with it now launching in Melbourne, the service is set to work with some of the city’s finest.

No Biggie handles the menu creation, with nutrition being the primary standard, while participating local restaurants prepare the meals, alongside their other takeaway menus. Available meals can be heated or frozen for later, with costs to the consumer kept at $11 each to ensure accessibility. Customers can simply place an order for a 5 pack ($55) or 10 pack ($110) of meals by midnight every Sunday and then collect from the venues each week.

All information about the initiative in Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane and now Melbourne can be found at nobiggie.co

Photo Credit: Ashley St George.

Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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