10 (takea)ways you can support the hospitality industry in lockdown.
We’ve handpicked our favourite takeaways for you to work your way through in lockdown - all with a cold Lucky Saint in hand.
Inspired by the seasons and using fantastic ingredients from local suppliers, Salon’s tasting menu can be enjoyed just as much in your candle lit home as in their cosy restaurant in Brixton Village.
A neighbourhood gem in West Hampstead offering modern british food with a focus on top quality produce that has been farmed sustainably. Open from 9 - 2pm for those weekend brunch fans along with evening dinners between 6 - 8.30pm.
If you can make a burger as good as this one at home, let us know. Or don’t risk it - available for delivery or take away from Dalston, King’s Cross and Willesden Green.
Sister restaurant to Knife Steakhouse offering one of the best Sunday roasts in London. If spending hours peeling potatoes doesn’t ‘a-peel’, we recommend calling and collecting this weekend.
When your household just can’t agree on what you want to order in, The Hayden offers it all. From fresh lobster and delicious steaks to juicy meat and veggie burgers.
A cool italian restaurant in South East London with a menu full of fun size, bold dishes to snack your way through either for lunch or dinner. Swap their fifth floor city views for your toasty fireplace and enjoy their Tiramisu for two with a loved one.
Asian/Thai dishes packed full of flavour that never compromise on taste, the perfect pairing with a cold Lucky Saint. Whether you love a late lunch, early dinner or evening feast, Kin are now open from midday through to 10pm.
Bringing the flavours of southern USA to your home, Hickory’s slowly smoked BBQ dishes are authentic and delicious. Their menu is full of favourites, all chilled and packed ready for you to heat and eat at home.
Bring the pub home with The Roebuck Inn’s daily menu of specials which are available on their ‘Pub Hub’. To add some routine into your week, why not schedule in one of their take away Fish and Chips every Thursday or Friday.
Cooked over a wood fired grill with both british and south american inspired flavours, Asado’s burgers and other seasonal specials are the talk of Bristol. Don’t forget to put on a playlist of latin beats, funk and Bristol bass music.