From a quick bite at the desk to a leisurely meal in a restaurant, here are some useful sites and tools to help hungry workers navigate the options
Depending on your office culture, lunch could be a two-hour leisurely affair or a desktop bite. Here are a few tips and tricks for making the most.
Hungry for time and nosh? Get your food delivered to work by ordering from one of the numerous delivery sites serving Luxembourg restaurants. Check out lunchtime.lu, foostix.com, grouplunch.lu, webfood.lu, wedely.com and livraison.lu. Be sure to check if there is a minimum order or delivery fee.
Meals on wheels never tasted so good. There are around over 20 food trucks serving different cuisine in Luxembourg. Ask around or check out the Luxembourg Food Truck Association Facebook page, or food truck app Snack Track.
Find the best eateries in town by cuisine and location on restaurant guide explorator.lu.
A lot of restaurants hand out loyalty points in the form of stamps on business cards. The Yollty app helps you keep track of them digitally--that way, you don’t have to carry around a dozen cards in your wallet.
The twice-annual Restodays festival is worth keeping an eye out for. Participating restaurants, among them some pretty tasty joints, offer a specially discounted menu for Restodays customers. Book early as places are limited. This is the kind of lunch you’ll want to take two hours for.
This article was originally published in the Delano 2020-2021 Expat Guide