Sydney lovers of delicious, quality food rejoice and grab your knives and forks as you can now get gourmet food and wine home delivered from your favourite gourmet artisan purveyors for a single flat delivery fee through The Gourmet’s Sydney’s Finest Purveyors. Hooray!
Online food retailer The Gourmet.com.au has launched its Sydney’s Finest Purveyors service, which offers scrumptious fine food from Sydney foodie institutions such as the Artisan Butcher in Potts Point; Darlinghurst cupcakery Black Velvet; Chippendale’s Brickfields Bakery (definitely try the Pain au chocolat); Earth to Table (the caramel slice is heavenly), Mecca (a must for coffee lovers) and handmade pasta from Surry Hills’ Pasta Emilia delivered the very next day to your door.
The Gourmet’s Sydney’s Finest Purveyors service offers next-day-delivery (on orders made before 8pm) across the Sydney metro area – from Parramatta to Pittwater – with hundreds of local fresh foods to choose from.
Sydney foodies often love buying the best artisan products but often don’t have the time or means to buy them off each maker especially if they are spread across Sydney. So instead of running around town to buy the best and freshest baked goods, handmade pasta, coffee, meats and treats you can simply just pop online in the comfort of your own home or office and in just a few clicks of the mouse purchase fine foods for a dinner party you are hosting, an event you are attending or for everyday delicious consumption.
From cheese platters from Simon Johnson (they even have their own fromagerie!) and Stinking Bishops, stay healthy with salads from Venus Wholefoods in Surry Hills or get the freshest seafood delivered from Sydney Fish Market’s Nicholas Seafood, TheGourmet.com.au has the best goodies across categories including fresh produce, pantry staples and wine for every taste bud and every occasion.
“The Gourmet’s Sydney’s Finest Purveyors lets customers order amazing artisan food from the very best local purveyors with a few simple clicks. It’s the perfect solution for time-poor Sydney foodies who don’t want to compromise on the quality of their food, and it’s a great way to support your local artisan food community,” said Donna Thomas, General Manager of TheGourmet.com.au.
So say ‘goodbye’ to racing around town in a quest to find the best and freshest food in Sydney and say ‘hello’ to TheGourmet.com.au.
TheGourmet.com.au is planning to launch similar services in other capital cities later this year.
For more information and to get your order in, head to TheGourmet.com.au.
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