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all been there, you’re on a night out and walk into a restaurant at 11pm prepared for the feast of your life and get told the kitchen’s closed. Cue. The. Despair. Well that’s where Feast comes in. London’s only late-night delivery service already works with Polo Bar in Bishopsgate, Beigel Bake and The Monsoon on Brick Lane and Pixxa in Farringdon to bring night owls the food they so desperately need after-hours, and they’ve just added new places to that list…Bloomsbury’s 24-hour diner VQ, Old Town 97 in Chinatown and Soho spot Balans.

The service, all part of the plan to make London more 24-hour friendly, operates from 11pm to 5am, and delivery has expanded to include Westminster, Soho, Mayfair and Marylebone, as well satisfying all those hungry folk in the City and party-harders in North and East London. Best start investing in some eye cream now, we have a feeling sleep is going to become a thing of the past!


And what’s even better than curing a case of the midnight munchies? Getting money off of course! If you’re a Feast first-timer, you can get 20% off by using the code ‘LOTI’ when placing your order. You will never have to eat dry cracker breads at stupid o’clock in the morning again.