Is there a charge for delivery?

There is no charge for delivery.

What days of the week do you deliver?

Meals are delivered every Monday between 6pm-9pm.

Can the food be picked up somewhere?

We do not currently offer a pick up option.

What if no one is at home during the delivery time?

You don’t have to be home. We’ll leave your meals in a Deliboy stamped bag with enough ice to last a couple of hours.

How long will my meals stay fresh?

While every meal is labeled with a “prepared on” and “use by,” our meals stay fresh for between four to six days, depending on the meal.

Why can't I subscribe to specials?

Due to the fact that specials change fairly regularly, it’s not possible to subscribe to them. What may be a special one week, may disappear the next for various reasons.

How do I reheat my meals?

Pop the lid off and then rest it loosely over the food. Microwave on high until desired temperature; usually 2:30-3:00 minutes.

Can I freeze my meals?

While we don’t love the idea of putting the meals in the freezer (because we just can’t guarantee the quality of thedefrosted food) the containers are certainly freezable.

Where is the food prepared and by whom?

Every Deliboy meal is prepared in a NJ Department of Health inspected and approved kitchen by ServSafe Certified chefs.

In case I have allergies, how do I know what ingredients are used in my food?

Each menu item comes with a full ingredient list on our website, so you will know exactly what you’re ordering!

If I place an order can I then cancel it if something comes up?

Due to the timing and sourcing of the food required to fulfill all of the meals, we are unable to handle cancellations at this time. However, if you email us with your specific situation we may be able to accommodate depending on the circumstance. Things come up and we are very nice and understanding people!

I have a great idea of a new menu item—who should I contact?

If you have a great idea or want to learn more about our service, please email us at “info at deliboydelivery dot com”