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BMW NZ – Award-winning dining paired with premium delivery – BMW supports the re-opening of Sid Sahrawat restaurants for food delivery

One of New Zealand’s top chefs and restaurateurs Sid Sahrawat, with his wife and business partner Chand, are for the first time ever offering contactless curated takeaway menus from their three Auckland based establishments: Sidart, Cassia and Sid at The French Cafe.

The pair have created innovative takeaway menus that represent their award-winning offerings while being suitable for deliveries.  

BMW has offered to support the pioneering restaurants, offering complimentary use of the all-new BMW X6 Sports Activity Coupe to the entrepreneurs to facilitate their new service.

Award-winning dining deserves premium delivery – and Auckland customers may even see their food hand-delivered by Sid Sahrawat himself.

BMW supports the re-opening of Sid Sahrawat restaurants for food delivery
The main dining room at Sid at The French Cafe.

The three reputable restaurants consistently provide quality food with quality service and BMW is pleased to help them launch this new offering, while the country stays home and stays safe.

“New Zealand communities are doing an incredible job of following the government’s guidelines to help flatten the curve of Covid-19.  Now as the country carefully moves to Level 3, the time has come to help support local businesses,” said Gabrielle Byfield, Head of Marketing at BMW Group New Zealand.

Sid Sahrawat added: “The decision to offer takeaways isn’t about making money, it’s about supporting our local suppliers, reconnecting with our customers and boosting mental well-being of the team.”

BMW supports the re-opening of Sid Sahrawat restaurants for food delivery

All three restaurants are open for contactless click and collect and contactless delivery, offering lunch Wednesday – Friday and dinner Tuesday – Saturday.

All other orders are via the restaurant’s websites with direct links here: Sidart, Cassia and Sid at The French Cafe. All restaurants strictly adhere to the Restaurant Association of New Zealand’s Contactless Preparation and Food Delivery Guidelines for the Hospitality Industry.

Dave McLeodhttps://www.tarmaclife.co.nz
New Zealand motoring editor/journalist and published author. Besotted with cars and the experiences they give. I'm a family guy with a bark that's bigger than my bite and prefer football over rugby any day of any week.

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