Both locations will offer a specially curated version of its menu from chef patron Raphael Duntoye including the likes of burrata with tomatoes and basil, warm prawns in olive oil, grilled lamb cutlets with smoked aubergines, roast baby chicken marinated in lemon, and vanilla cheesecake.Each delivery will come with the authentic LPM dine-in experience of a bottle of olive oil, tomato, lemon, and freshly baked baguette and will be delivered in a canvas tote that has been handpainted by the team.
LPM global operations director Nicolas Budzynski said: “We have explored offering delivery options in the past as we received many enquiries and requests from our guests, but we never felt that the time was right. We were also conscious about how we could bring the right LPM experience to guests at home. To ensure the best possible execution, we have worked closely with Deliveroo and our operations teams to create the right menu, and we have also added a few LPM touches to provide what we believe will be a very special home dining option. Obviously in light of the current situation we have had to adapt to ensure that we keep our team actively involved and our guests connected to us, so, we decided that it is now or never to make the call to do home delivery. We are excited to launch our LPM at home experience in the coming days with Deliveroo. As the region’s leading and most reliable delivery platform, Deliveroo’s reach and execution is the best fit for us as we can service our loyal guests and engage with a new audience also.”LPM is available on Deliveroo from April 1.