Premium meal delivery service Providoor is making its return to Australia.

Now with a new investor, a new team, and some fine chefs and food personalities officially attached, Providoor is ready to return to the East Coast.

The game-changing food delivery company was established during in Melbourne in 2020, offering a much-needed lifeline to the city’s struggling restaurants during the pandemic.

After going into liquidation earlier this year, Sam Benjamin, founder and managing director of Seventh Street Ventures, then acquired the company in April.

And Providoor has now relaunched in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane today. Matt Preston, Silvia Colloca, Anna Polyviou, Luke Nguyen, Gary Mehigan, Manu Feildel, Justin Narayan, George Calombaris are some of the high-profile names already on board, with many more chefs and food personalities set to follow.

Customers can use Providoor Frozen in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane, while Providoor Local is currently only available via the Uber Eats app in Sydney for now.

Mouthwatering meals include Colloca’s lush lasagne, Mehigan’s enticing Moroccan-style lamb tagine, Preston’s juicy mushroom burger, Feildel’s traditional coq au vin, Narayan’s popular Taco Family Kits, and Polyviou’s smooth white chocolate cheesecake with strawberry basil salad.

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“The way food is prepared has not really changed for thousands of years. We have worked with famous chefs and leading food technologists to disrupt this model,” Benjamin says. “We have developed processes that allow us to prepare, store and finish restaurant quality food in a way that has never been done before.

“It’s an absolute game-changer to have this many chefs and personalised menus under one banner. It is revolutionary in stepping up the quality of food available to Australians for delivery fresh to their home.”

Customer can head to Providoor’s website to place orders. In Sydney, orders taken by midday will be ready for next day delivery, and orders in Melbourne and Brisbane will be delivered twice a week with a three day lead time. Customers will also be able to order Providoor Local meals (Sydney only) via the Uber Eats app from Tuesday, October 24th.

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