LE BAB TO LAUNCH RESTAURANT CO-OPERATIVE SERVICE

In an effort to keep hospitality staff in work and food on people’s tables during the coronavirus outbreak, Le Bab is transforming into the not-for-profit London Restaurant Co-Operative. Chefs out of work will prepare low cost meals that can be purchased online and unemployed waiting staff will bike over the orders. Le Bab owner Stephen Tizer is covering the set-up costs to allow the kitchen and waiting staff involved to keep 100% of the profits.

There’ll be two different meal options daily (one vegan and one non-vegan), with the menu being advertised online and on Instagram. The meals will cost £7 and you’ll also have the option to donate meals on top – a £4 tip on the order will cover a delivery of a meal to UCL hospital for staff or to The Connection at St Martin-in-the-Fields homeless shelter. Any leftover meals will be given to staff for their families and then donated.

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Launches Mon 23rd March 2020
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