Lockdown is back again and whilst that means no eat-in service, deliveries and takeaways are a go. If you’re bored of sitting around the house, go and stretch your legs and pick up some grub from all these places open for click & collect and takeaway orders.
Eggbreak – eggcellent news, the Notting Hill spot is open for takeaway for all your egg-based needs.
Karma Cans – located in London Fields, these guys are serving an epic value zero waste lunch menu on weekdays only.
TAKA Marylebone – the Japanese restaurant is open for TAKA-WAY aka click & collect orders of sushi, sashimi, tataki, fried chicken, wagyu sandos. A deli in collab with Happy Sky Bakery is coming soon and will be serving takeaway coffees, chicken katsu curry balls and mochi sticky rice an-pan.
Koya – click & collect your udon noods or order and pay on the spot at both the Soho and City branches of Koya.
ASAP Pizza – lockdown is back and so is ASAP Pizza, slinging slices for pick-up out of the Flor kitchen.
Bleecker Burger – it’s buns out at the Spitalfields, Victoria and Battersea branches of Bleecker, which are running click & collect and kiosk screen ordering.
Side Cart – created in lockdown by the Bob’s Lobster guys and served from the same site in London Bridge, dishing out American classics.
The Good Egg – head to the Stokey outpost of The Good Egg for takeaway babka, bagels and more Middle Eastern treats.
Larry’s – people of Peckham, Larry’s is open for takeaway coffee, pastries, meatball, schnitzel and aubergine parm sarnies, dinner dishes and wine.
Chick ‘n’ Sours – the Haggerston shop is open for takeaway so get those buns, tenders and wings on order.
Caravan – take a trip down to King’s Cross or Exmouth Market and swing by Caravan for click & collect small plates, pizzas, bowls and puds.
JOY Portobello – Stevie Parle’s pop-up spot has transformed into a shop open all weeklong and is also doing takeaway coffee and comforting meals from FLORA.
Padella – both the Borough and Shoreditch restaurants are doing takeaway pasta and we’re hoping this means shorter queues.
Tonkotsu – all Tonkotsu sites are open for click & collect so you can keep slurping that ramen.
Orasay – Jackson Boxer and team are doing fish buns, cocktails and “other deliciousness” to takeaway from Orasay.
Andu Cafe – the Dalston spot is doing takeaway so you can grab vegan Ethiopian eats to go.
Honest Burgers – a load of Honest Burgers branches (see them all here) are doing click & collect so get those orders in and go pick ’em up.
Grind – don’t let lockdown get in the way of a good cup of coffee. Shoreditch, Soho and Greenwich Grinds are open for takeaway pastries and brews.
All’s Well – in London Fields, Chantelle Nicholson’s new sustainable spot is selling cones of deep-fried brussel sprouts amongst other things.
Dumpling Shack – now with two sites in Spitalfields & and South Quay, serving up dumplings, noodles and the recently added Mala fried chicken sandwich.
Romeo & Giulietta – our favourite ice-cream shop in London and well worth the queues. Grab a cone and head to Clissold Park.
Rogues – their pop-up might have been cancelled but that hasn’t stopped them selling a trio of brunch buns, Fri-Sun, 9am – 4pm.