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 West London restaurant deliveries. We’ve also got the best North, South, East and Central deliveries listed too.
Eggbreak – all-day brekkie is back as Eggbreak returns for delivery and for collection from both the Notting Hill restaurant and The Hoxton, Southwark. The Eggbreak benny, egg, bacon & cheese toastie and pancakes with salted caramel butter are all present and correct, and are joined by new specials like the Spicy Piggy Bun, with a gochujang-spiced pork patty, chilli jam, American cheese and a fried egg in a potato brioche bun; and the BTA Bap, with smoked streaky bacon, tomato and spiced avo in a potato brioche bun.
Anna’s Bistro – running out of her restaurant Myrtle’s kitchen, Anna Haugh has created Anna’s Bistro, a delivery menu inspired by her time spent in Paris. The selection of French classics includes chicken liver pâté with pickles, beef bourguignon, the Paris Burger with crispy shallots & secret signature sauce, roasted fish of the day with Provencal sauce, and a roast stuffed bell pepper with couscous & goats’ cheese. If you’re eating al fresco, she’s also got picnic boxes with pâté & crostini, smoked salmon, mini sausage rolls, olives, tomato & basil salad and sweet pastries.
Kricket – you can get a delivery of Kricket faves like Keralan fried chicken, vegetable samosa chaat, king prawn moilee and pork cheek vindaloo, or you can call & collect from the White City restaurant.
Prairie Fire – the Kansas City-style BBQ spot is now “bringing the Q to you”, so you can get low & slow meats ready to reheat plus sides, sauces and beers.
Mazi & Suzi Tros – the Greek restaurants in Notting Hill are teaming up to run a takeaway service (either click & collect or delivery) of their most popular dishes, including smoked aubergine salad, courgette cakes with cucumber & mint dip, chicken souvlaki with mustard mayo, and grilled octopus with potato salad. Each restaurant will also create weekly specials and you’ll be able to order Greek wines to go with all that food.
Tonkotsu – the Notting Hill branch of Tonkotsu is back open for delivery with a reduced menu, although you can still get the signature ramen, gyoza and chicken karaage. They’re also doing chicken katsu curry, which is normally only available at the Bankside restaurant, so you’re all in luck.
Patty and Bun – the Notting Hill site is back open for delivery orders so you can get in on the P&B action. If you’re a bit further afield and you fancy putting your cooking skills to the test, Patty & Bun is also doing Lockdown DIY Patty Kits, featuring all the bits you need to make the burgers at home.