If you don’t fancy cooking you can still get food from your fave restaurants brought to you. If you’re dining on demand (and you don’t just want produce delivered) here’s a handy guide to our favourite Central London restaurant deliveries. We’ve also got the best North, South, East and West deliveries listed too.
Davies and Brook – Davies and Brook To Go is back for lockdown 2.0 and this time Daniel Humm has added his brioche, foie gras and black truffle stuffed chicken to the menu. It comes with cooking instructions so you can be sure of a perfectly roasted bird plus butternut squash and seaweed, potato gratin and maple-baked apple tart for pud. How’s that for a Sunday roast? And if you prefer your chicken fried, the CFC boxes from original lockdown have also made a comeback.
Norma – if you’ve got a crowd to feed, let Ben Tish and Norma do all the hard work and order in some of their family-style sharing dishes. The Sicilian-inspired restaurant is doing massive portions of aubergine parmigiana and slow-cooked lamb shoulder with courgettes and salsa morsica alongside charcuterie and sharing boards and trays of tiramisu and cannoli. The mains only require a quick reheat and whilst everything is ready to be tucked into straight away.
Creme – the Soho bakery created by Michelin-trained Jeremy Coste that makes those huge insta-famous cookies is now doing nationwide delivery. That means you can get a box of freshly baked milk choc, dark choc, white chocolate miso and banana dark chocolate cookies wherever you are in the UK.
Sushisamba – when you’re forced to stay indoors for weeks, you’re defo allowed a blow out treat once in a while / all the time, so if you’re looking for something extra special on the delivery front, then look no further than Sushisamba. The glitzy South American-Japanese restaurant is now delivering within a five mile radius of its Covent Garden location, and although there’s a £25 minimum order, you won’t have any trouble going above this. There’s lots to choose from including sushi, tiradito, black cod, samba rolls, and even a robata grilled Kobe rib eye for £145 if you’re really celebrating. What’s more, they’re also doing the Duck and Waffle menu out of the same kitchen so you can mix and match between the two menus.
Iberica – bring a slice of Spain into your home with a tapas feast from Iberica. You can get dishes like jamon Iberico, patatas bravas, tortillas, octopus with paprika, serrano ham croquetas, confit chicken with romesco sauce and churros on Deliveroo, alongside Spanish wines and larder items so you can stay fully stocked.
FOLIE– the Golden Square restaurant has launched FOLIE To Go, available via Supper or collection. The menu includes Italian and French Riviera-inspired dishes like octopus, citrus & avocado; chicken paillard with sage, olives & lemon; FOLIE cheeseburger; confit lamb shoulder with confit garlic; and Remeo ice cream. A selection of wines will be on offer as will ready-to pour cocktails from Paris-based Ely Cocktails
Din Tai Fung – DTF is back to satisfy your dumpling cravings with a delivery menu on Deliveroo. It’s a reduced version of what you’d get in the restaurant – and no xiao long bao apparently – but they are doing those custard lava buns, as well as as a range of jiao zi, shao mai, buns, soups and noodles.
Chik’n – get some of London’s finest fried chicken from Chik’n who have stores in Baker Street, Angel and Soho. Bag one of their saucy AF, spicy sandos alongside some sweet potato fries and all is well in the world.
Tandoor Chop House
Tandoor Chop House– tuck into a North Indian feast at home courtesy of Tandoor Chop House, which is back running delivery and pickup from The Hoxton, Southwark and Eggbreak in Notting Hill. The menu includes bhaji onion rings with smoked aubergine raita; Amritsari crispy lamb chops; tandoor roasted cauliflower; masala fries and green chilli, garlic and cheese naan.
Dumplings Legend – Chinatown fave Dumplings Legend is back in the game with a new delivery menu running via Deliveroo. And the menu is massive, including everything from their speciality xiao long bao to deep fried seabass to roast meat platters.
Hakkasan – up your takeaway game with an order from Hakkasan. You can get dim sum, Peking duck, stir-fry rib eye beef and more, or you could be a real baller and get the champagne brunch set menu complete with fizz and Yauatcha patisserie.
Yauatcha – craving those venison puffs and crystal dumplings? Well now they can come to you because Yauatcha is delivering. Load up on the dim sum and don’t forget the macarons.
Rice Error – this is the new delivery service from Bao, running from Fitzrovia, which centres around Taiwanese rice boxes topped with the likes of cha shao pork belly, mapo omelette, and roasted yellow chilli chicken leg. You can also get fried chicken and bao meal deals, peanut and Horlicks ice cream tubs and booze.
The Lebanese Bakery – get fresh Manousheh (flatbreads) filled with cheeses, meats and veg; Mouajjanet (bitesize bakes) and a range of jams and syrups delivered to your door as The Lebanese Bakery is now on Deliveroo.
Benares – the fine-dining Indian restaurant has launched Benares @ Home, delivering the likes of vegetable samosas chaat with white pea curry, tandoor grilled prawns and murgh makhani. And for every delivery ordered, the restaurant will donate a meal to NHS workers in the local area.
L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele – pizza will always be a popular takeaway order and these ones from L’Antica are pretty epic. Fried pizza anyone?