Amazon’s newest feature in its Prime Now service is lunch delivery that offers two meals each from two restaurants.

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Amazon is giving us another reason not to leave the office during lunch time.

The company has launched “Daily Dish” in Seattle, a delivery service that offers two meals each from two restaurants. The service is an extension of Amazon’s restaurant-delivery service from Prime Now, which offers a wide selection of restaurants for delivery with a $20 minimum.

Daily Dish has a fixed price for each dish, usually between $9 and $12. Each day, Amazon will text you around 9:30 a.m. with the day’s selections — one meat option and one vegetarian option each from two local restaurants. You order through the Prime Now app, with lunch arriving between noon and 12:30 p.m.

The service is available only to Prime members, Amazon’s $99-per-year service that offers free two-day shipping, music- and TV-streaming services, and more.

Daily Dish should sound familiar — it is nearly the same service offered by Seattle startup Peach, which is run by Amazon veterans. Peach lets customers choose from three meals from one restaurant each day.

Amazon’s service is live only in Seattle, and delivers to select buildings. Amazon says it is looking at each building that people request and starting delivery when enough workers want it. Buildings can be requested at amazon.com/dailydish.

Amazon is working with about 50 restaurants in Seattle, including Pecado Bueno, Lunchbox Laboratory and Chili & Sesame.

Daily Dish can be found in the Prime Now app in the Amazon restaurants section.