How does it work?

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1. Place your order

The set menu for the week goes live on Monday. To place your order, add the menu to your cart, create or log in to your account and fill in your details. The order deadline is Wednesday, 16h00. Once you have received your order confirmation, you’re all set for your TiffinTime delivery on Friday.
*A deposit of 45 euros will be charged for the tiffins during your first order. For more information about the deposit system, please click here.

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2. Ding dong, dinner’s here!

You will receive an email with a more precise delivery time slot and live tracking from Urbike on Thursday. Our bicycle courier will drop off your order accordingly on Friday – please make sure that someone is there to receive the order.

Each meal serves two, and if you don’t plan on eating it immediately, the tiffins should be stored in the fridge and consumed within 48 hours.

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3. Heat up and dig in

Heat your meal directly in the tiffins according to the oven heating instructions provided on our website and dig in!
When you’re done, wash the tiffins by hand or in the dishwasher, and feel free to use them for your picnics or meals on-the-go.

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4. Return and repeat

Hand over your empty tiffins in their bag when our bike courier comes by with your next order. The returned tiffins will be brought back to the kitchen, where they will be thoroughly washed and reused for future orders.

Ingredients & heating instructions

– The tiffin lids are not oven-proof! Please make sure to remove the lids before putting your tiffin in the oven. Neither tiffins nor lids can be put in the microwave.

– Each oven is different, so please keep an eye on your food and adjust heating times accordingly.

– Please be careful when handling the tiffins once out of the oven, they will be really hot!

– We recommend putting your tiffins in the fridge as soon as you receive them and consume within 48 hours of delivery.

– Our ingredients change from time to time; you can see the full list for each menu here. In addition to the allergen information provided for each menu, please note that the kitchen and tiffins may also contain low levels of the following allergens: Gluten, Lactose, Mustard, Sesame, Tree nuts, Eggs, Sulphites, Celery, Soybeans and Peanuts.

Green & Gold


Serves: 2
Heating time: 30-40min


Ingredients:

Lentil & Coriander Fritters: Moong lentils, onions, fresh coriander, cumin powder, chilli powder, turmeric, salt, soda bicarbonate, rapeseed oil.
Leek & Potato Sabzi: Leeks, potatoes, rapeseed oil, MUSTARD seeds, SESAME seeds, cumin powder, coriander powder, turmeric, salt.
Spinach Dal: Red lentils, spinach, onions, garlic, ginger, tomato puree, rapeseed oil, chillies, fresh coriander, garam masala, cumin seeds, red chilli powder, turmeric, salt.
Cashew Rice: Basmati rice, onions, CASHEWS, rapeseed oil, cumin seeds, turmeric, salt.


Heating instructions:

• We would recommend heating your tiffins in the oven at 180 degrees C with convection till the food is nice and hot.

• Warm the tiffin with the fritters and sabzi uncovered for 15-20 min till the fritters start to crisp up on the outside. Stir the sabzi halfway through to ensure it heats evenly.

• Cover the tiffins with the dal and rice with foil/oven-proof lid and heat them for 30-40 min till properly warmed through, stirring once halfway. For the rice, we would suggest adding 2 tsp of water before warming so that it steams while warming and doesn’t dry out.

Jezebel


Serves: 2
Heating time: 30-40min


Ingredients:

Green Pea Dip: Green peas, tahini (SESAME), za’atar (SESAME), lemon juice, rocket, dill, olive oil, red onions, vinegar, salt, pepper.
Roasted Beetroot and Dill Salad: Beetroots, dill, preserved lemon, WALNUTS, olive oil, salt, pepper.
Chickpea and Chard Curry with Sweet Potatoes: Chickpeas, chard, onions, sweet potatoes, tomato puree, tomato paste, olive oil, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, garam masala, sugar, salt, pepper, coriander.
Couscous Duo: Pearl couscous (GLUTEN), couscous (GLUTEN), olive oil, vegetable stock (CELERY), salt, pepper.


Heating instructions:

• We would recommend heating your tiffins in the oven at 180 degrees C with convection till the food is nice and hot.

• The pea dip and beetroot salad are best served cold.

• Cover the tiffins with the chickpea curry and couscous with foil/an oven-proof lid and heat them for 30-40 min till properly warmed through, stirring once halfway. For the couscous, we would suggest adding 2 tsp of water before warming so that it steams while warming and doesn’t dry out.

Ruby


Serves: 2
Heating time: 25-30min


Ingredients:

Leek & Feta Filo Pie: Leeks, feta (MILK), filo pastry (GLUTEN), EGGS, yoghurt (MILK), olive oil, chilli flakes, salt, nigella seeds, SESAME seeds.
Harissa Roasted Carrots: Carrots, sunflower seeds, parsley, olive oil, rose harissa, agave syrup, cumin seeds.
Green Salad with Barley and Pomegranate: Lettuce, chicon, mixed greens and herbs, pearl barley (GLUTEN), pomegranate seeds, WALNUTS, olive oil, shallots, pomegranate molasses, MUSTARD, salt, pepper. 
Cauliflower fritters with lime yoghurt: Cauliflower, EGGS, all-purpose flour (GLUTEN), shallots, parsley, garlic, cumin powder, cinnamon, turmeric, rapeseed oil, salt, pepper, yoghurt (MILK), lime juice, lime zest, olive oil, salt.


Heating instructions:

• We would recommend heating your tiffins in the oven at 180 degrees C with convection till the food is nice and hot.

• Warm the tiffin with the filo pie and carrots uncovered for 15-20 min till the filo pies are heated through and the carrots start to sizzle. Stir the carrots and interchange the position of the filo pies halfway through to ensure they heat evenly.

• Pour the dressing over the salad just before serving and mix well.

• Before putting the fritters in the oven, be sure to remove the container with the lime yoghurt. Heat the fritters uncovered for 25-30 minutes till warmed through and starting to crisp up on the outside. Flip them halfway to ensure even heating.

Masakali


Serves: 2
Heating time: 30-40min


Ingredients:

Onion Pakora: Onions, gram flour, cumin seeds, chilli powder, turmeric, salt, soda bicarbonate, sunflower oil. 
Paneer with Peppers: Paneer (MILK), green peppers, yellow peppers, onions, tomato puree, tomato paste, garlic, ginger, rapeseed oil, garam masala, kadhai masala, sugar, salt. 
Coconut Dal: Red lentils, tomatoes, spinach, onions, coconut milk, veg stock (CELERY), coconut oil, chillies, MUSTARD seeds, cumin seeds, coriander seeds, cardamom, turmeric, salt, vinegar, nigella seeds.
Steamed Rice: Basmati rice, salt.


Heating instructions:

• We would recommend heating your tiffins in the oven at 180 degrees C with convection till the food is nice and hot.

• Warm the tiffin with the pakoras and paneer uncovered for 15-20 min till the pakoras start to crisp up on the outside and the paneer starts to sizzle. Stir both halfway through to ensure they heat evenly.

• Cover the tiffins with the dal and rice with foil/an oven-proof lid and heat them for 30-40 min till properly warmed through, stirring once halfway. For the rice, we would suggest adding 2 tsp of water before warming so that it steams while warming and doesn’t dry out.

Our partners

Bambaw is a Belgian company that provides our stylish stainless-steel tiffins. Founded in 2017, this brand offers a range of zero-waste swaps for your home and life-on-the-go. Leak-proof, responsibly produced, available in different sizes with an adjustable inner divider – their stainless-steel tiffins tick all the boxes!
“Bambaw believes that a more sustainable and ethically conscious world is possible, it’s up to us to create it” – we can only agree!

The Good Food incubator supported by the Brussels-Capital Region, Foodup supports food projects looking to make the transition to sustainability. This incubation programme involves group and individual coaching as well as prototyping and a market launch. TiffinTime was one of the projects chosen to be part of the first edition in 2023. Foodup was instrumental in getting TiffinTime off the ground.

Urbike is a cooperative focused on sustainable urban logistics through bicycle delivery. Their mission is to replace light trucks and vans with eco-friendly cargo bikes for last-mile deliveries, enhancing urban life quality by reducing congestion and pollution.
All of their couriers are fully employed by them and are fairly remunerated, ensuring ethical and sustainable employment practices.