Whilst we’ve been busy organising our sock drawer and questioning the merits of sell-by dates, many of London’s restaurants have been busy developing new collection and/or delivery options. We thought it would be important to keep track of them, because even though you can’t eat at restaurants, you can still support them by ordering their food. This directory is organised by north, south, east, and west, with links to delivery platforms so that you can easily order too. Plus, we’ll be updating this guide daily with more spots across London. Got a restaurant tip? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re looking for delivery or collection options to suit a specific mood, read our guide to London’s Delivery And Collection Options For Every Situation. And if your home bar (cupboard) is in serious need of a re-stock, we’ve got The Alcohol Delivery Guide too.
Roni’s is a bagel bakery and café in Belsize Park. You can click and collect everything from their sandwiches, dips, smoked salmon, and chicken soup, through to biscuits and cakes via their website.
Butter chicken, lamb chops, and king prawn biryani. Those are just some of the things you can get delivered from Namaaste Kitchen in Camden. Order directly from their website or give them a buzz on 020 485 5977.
Purezza delivers exclusively vegan Italian food, including their plant-based sourdough pizzas. Click here to order pizzas with toppings like shaved seitan, aubergine, black truffle, and wood-smoked tofu, from their Camden restaurant.
Fried chicken and waffle joint, Bird, are delivering fried chicken in all its forms here.
Lost Boys is a Camden pizza joint with a mild vampire theme. Click here to order their charcoal pizzas, cocktails, and some seriously good meal deals.
Whilst isolation has driven you to calling fish fingers lightly-crumbed cod digits, seafood specialist spot Lyon’s have started delivering for the first time. Click here to get a crispy softshell crab burger or a very casual whole chargrilled plaice with seaweed butter delivered straight to your door.
There are few things more reliably satisfying than a freshly battered fish with a big portion of chips, but if you prefer yours grilled, with a side of halloumi, Cannons in Crouch End can take care of that too. Click here to order.
Bufala di Londra in Crouch End are delivering a variety of pizzas, including a yellow tomato sauce margherita. They’ll also send you a platter of cured meat, beer, and wine if you ask for it. Order here.
Order hot coffee drinks, cold coffee drinks, tea, salads, cooked breakfasts, and a variety of things on toast from Coffee Circus in Crouch End. Delivery available here.
A big selection of breads, bakewell tarts, lemon drizzle cakes, doughnuts, and flapjacks are available for local delivery from Crouch End landmark, Dunns. Place orders directly from their website here.
A selection of sushi, sashimi, hot dishes, and bento boxes are available from Saki in Crouch End. They also deliver beer, sake, and plum wine. Order here.
Neopolitan pizzas and salads are being delivered all day every day from Sacro Cuore in Crouch End. Order here.
Bottle Apostle is a pretty serious wine shop in Crouch End. They always have a solid stock of wines you want to drink, and knowledgable staff on hand to give you the advice you need. Head here to order a small selection of their wines for immediate delivery, or check out their online shop for a more elaborate order.
This fine dining restaurant in Crouch End is delivering its foie gras terrine, beef stroganoff, bouillabaisse and other French dishes locally. Order here.
B&K Salt Beef in Edgware, on the northern edge of northwest London, is offering free local delivery of all their deli favourites, from chicken soup and chopped liver, through to fish balls, latkes and, you guessed it, salt beef. Call 020 8952 8204 to place your order.
This cafe in Finchley Central is delivering hot drinks, brunch, pancakes, and sandwiches locally. Whether you want poached eggs or coffee delivered, order here.
Balady is an Israeli restaurant in Temple Fortune delivering falafels, pickles, salads and more to the local area for free, and further afield for a small fee. Call 020 8458 2064 to place your order.
L’Artista are delivering pizza, pasta, and other Italian dishes around northwest London, or if you’re local you can give them a call on 020 8731 7501 and collect your order from their restaurant underneath the bridge next to Golders Green station.
This spot is available for takeaway and delivery, you can find their menu of Nigerian classics here and order by calling 02084556498.
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Turkish specialities like iskender kebab, grilled meat, and a range of wraps, are available to order here from Atepliler on Green Lanes.
Gokyuzu are delivering their delicious mezze, manti, sarma kuzu beyti, and lahmacun from their Haringey restaurant. Check out the full menu and order here.
Borscht, pierogi, and huge portions of stew, goulash, and schnitzel are available from Polish restaurant, Autograf, just off Green Lanes. Order here or call them directly on 020 8889 2999 if you’re slightly out of delivery range.
One Stop Caribbean is available for delivery around Harlesden, you can order their Caribbean dishes here or by calling 02089616151.
B&K Salt Beef in Hatch End - on the northern edge of northwest London - is offering free local delivery of all their deli favourites, from chicken soup and chopped liver, through to fish balls, latkes and, you guessed it, salt beef. Call 01923 518693 to place your order.
This spot is delivering authentic Nigerian dishes like moi moi, jollof rice, and fried plantain around Hendon. You can place an order here or call 02082021363.
You can order suya, jollof and other Nigerian and West African specialities from this restaurant in Hendon Central. Give them a call on 020 8202 9449, or order via apps.
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Highbury wine bar and restaurant Top Cuvée have done a full quarantine re-brand and are now Shop Cuvée, your one-stop spot for everything from a £50 home feast involving fresh tagliatelle, to natural wine survival kits, to batched negronis.
Prawn on The Lawn has re-opened as a fishmongers. You can buy fresh fish, shellfish, store cupboard essentials, and wine. Keep an eye on their instagram for updates and call 020 3302 8668 to pre-order for collection.
Good news, brunch isn’t cancelled. Highbury spot Frank’s Canteen has got your bacon sarnie, coffee, and pastry needs covered. If you happen to live nearby you can swing by for their collection menu, otherwise call 020 7354 4830 or order here.
Ever eaten a whole seabass on your sofa? You’re about to. Thai spot Farang in Highbury are now doing ready meals, fresh fish, and alcohol to take away. Ring 020 7226 1609 to book your collection time and place an order - you can find the menu here.
Salvation In Noodles are open evening of the week except Monday, so give them a shout for pho, bun noodle salads, and other Vietnamese-style sharing plates.
Yard Sale’s 18-inch pizzas will feed you for lunch, dinner, and the next day’s breakfast. Or if you’re doing this whole quarantine eating thing right, one prolonged afternoon snack. You can order directly from their website.
Highbury Library are delivering wine, beer, and pantry essentials around Highbury. Check out their online shop here.
Does brie count as an essential provision? Absolutely. According to us, so is natural wine and 18-month aged comte. Holloway’s Provisions is delivering all of the above straight to your front door. Get your cheese on here.
Zia Lucia by numbers: six types of pizza, 48-hour slow fermented dough, and 157 Holloway Road is their address. For their handcrafted, wood-fired pizzas click here.
We once described The Compton Arms’ cheeseburger as ‘an outstanding piece of beefy, buttery craftsmanship’. We weren’t wrong. For the first time you can now eat it at home by sliding into Four Legs’ DMs.
In the mood for fish and chips? Or something vegan that doesn’t resemble cardboard? Fishmongers and chippie Sutton And Sons have both covered with their classic menu and their surprisingly long vegan menu. Order from here.
Tanakatsu is a simple diner in Angel that specialises in, plot twist, katsu. You’ll also find their teriyaki dishes, sushi, and gyoza available for delivery here.
1251 on Upper Street is usually a small plates, casual fine dining situation. Now they’re delivering. Welcome to 2020. Their menu is changing all the time, but buttermilk jerk chicken with scotch bonnet jam and other options are all available here.
If you’re after buttery pastries, then Pophams is where you want to order from. The popularity of this Islington bakery means that things go fast. Check their Instagram bio for the link to pre-order.
This Parisian brasserie in Kentish Town is delivering ready meals like salmon ceviche, duck confit, and gratin dauphinois. They can also help you out with desserts, wine, and charcuterie. Check out everything they have to offer here.
Fancy a big, comforting bowl of tom yum? Of course you do. Order directly from their website to get involved in pad thai, Singapore laksa, and much more.
Nanny Bills at The Abbey Tavern is an evening-only Kentish Town delivery spot doing what we’d refer to as a Serious Burger Situation. We’re talking double patties, smoked bacon, mustard glaze, and a whole lot of gravy. Find all of the above here.
Camden’s Moi Moi Island is home to jerk chicken, lamb curry, dutty fries, and sweet adobo wings. Get it delivered so that your kitchen can be home to them too. You can also order directly from them by calling 020 7267 7769.
The Rose and Crown in Kentish Town is keeping the local community lubricated by delivering beer and cider by the growler. Keep an eye on their Instagram for order and delivery windows, or call 020 7267 4305
You’re definitely going to want to get involved in the spicy La Diavolo pizza from Quartieri. To get their excellent Naples-style pizza delivered click here.
Just before the pandemic closed London, we added the latest branch of Hoppers to our Hit List of London’s Best New Restaurants. Now they’ve set up a delivery operation so you can order their Sri Lankan specialties to your door.
Vegetarian spot, Mildreds, is delivering hot meals, heat-at-home meals, desserts, and drinks around King’s Cross. Order things like gyoza dumplings, enchiladas, and sticky toffee pudding here.
Happy Face are delivering pizza, lasagne al forno, and nutella pizza in and around King’s Cross.
The Coal Office in King’s Cross have launched a Fresh Food Hub. What does that mean? It means you can follow their Instagram to find out which recipe they’ll be making tomorrow and pre-order it today by emailing ToYou@CoalOffice.com. Or if you’re feeling a little wild you can also get the ingredients delivered and follow the recipe yourself.
Bottle Apostle is a pretty serious wine shop in Primrose Hill. They always have a solid stock of wines you want to drink, and knowledgable staff on hand to give you the advice you need. Head here to order a small selection of their wines for immediate delivery, or check out their online shop for a more elaborate order.
Michael Nadra has created a ‘Takeaway Quarantine Grill Menu’. You can get grilled veg, fish, and meat during the week, as well as a roast on Sundays. Order for delivery here, or if you want 10% off you can order by telephone (0207 722 2800) and collect it yourself.
Pesantissimo is delivering classic Italian dishes like ravioli portofino, thin crust pizzas, and tiramisu. You can see the full menu and order here.
Dark Habit in Queen’s Park are open for takeaway coffee seven days a week, from 8 till 2.30pm.
This little Ghanian bakery in Seven Sisters is lowkey serving some of the best bread in London. Whether you’re after coconut cake, savoury chin chin, or their classic sweet bread - you can get it all here.
Motu Indian Kitchen is a delivery only situation from the same team behind Brigadiers and Hoppers. Their Swiss Cottage kitchen delivers all the takeaway favourites - from biryani to Bombay aloo - as well as one and two person feast boxes, to homes in the surrounding area.
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You can order ingredients, or ready-cooked meals from this homemade pasta restaurant off Abbey Road. Check out their menu and order here.
As you’d probably expect from the whole ‘good life’ thing, this spot serves the kind of food that’ll make you remember what a vitamin is. Expect vegan porridge, brunch classics, salads, and huge superfood smoothies. You can check out their menu to order from their St John’s Wood restaurant.
020 7254 0364 is the number you should be dialling for excellent Italian dishes delivered around Stoke Newington. Expect dishes like burrata with blood orange and confit duck leg with white beans and wild garlic. Heads up: there’s plenty of wine too and the daily menu is on their Instagram.
This Middle-Eastern inspired cafe in Stoke Newington may not be delivering its excellent breakfasts, but they are delivering Bake-Your-Own-Babka kits across London.
This tiny corner takeaway next to Stoke Newington station makes excellent roti, stews, and peanut punch. And it’s open for takeaway.
But First Coffee is not only the motto that gets us through every Monday morning, it’s also a tiny spot next to Harringay station. Swing by Quernmore Road to pick up Ozone coffee and waffles to go.
Pappagone is a huge, always-mobbed Italian restaurant on Stroud Green Road. In between making regular good-will pizza deliveries to staff at the Whittington Hospital in Highgate, they’re continuing to churn out huge quantities of pizzas and mains like fritto misto and tagliatta di manzo for customers in the local area. Order here and here.
Open for delivery on all apps, and also for takeaway, So Nice One Stop has a range of Caribbean dishes that change every day of the week.
The Chippy in Stroud Green will offer to fry a fish of your choice in batter or matzo meal. They’ll even grill it if you prefer it that way. Obviously, they also do chips. Order here.
La Saporita doesn’t just make a wide variety of pizzas. You can also get pasta, salads, risotto and a whole bunch of antipasti delivered to your door every evening if you live near Stroud Green Road. Order here.
Thai specialities from larb to tom yum soup are being delivered by Cats Café Des Artistes Thai in Stroud Green. Order here.
True Craft is a big hearted South Tottenham hangout serving beer and pizza to friendly crowds of locals. They’ve now made their sourdoughs available for delivery, so you can enjoy their best pizza, Bang! Pepper, at home, along with a huge variety of craft beer. Order here.
You can order Brown Eagle’s Caribbean spread direct from their website for delivery or collection. There are jerk dishes, roti, and rum cake for pud.
Deli Ninety Eight is a kosher deli in South Tottenham that’s delivering traditional schnitzel, pulled beef, and thin steak sandwiches. You can order a selection of their meat sandwiches, as well as their classic hot dog here.
Fragrant rice and tender meat is what to expect from this traditional Somali spot near Bruce Grove. Give them a call on 02035567258, or head there for collection.
Our go-to order at Tottenham’s Makimayo is their huge serving of katsu curry for just over a tenner. You can check out their whole menu of Korean classics here and place your order.
If what you need right now is charcoal-grilled fish, or scotch bonnet-marinated oxtail, then order from this Congolese restaurant in Tottenham. Check their website for the full menu and give them a call on 02088018888.
A Somali restaurant in Tottenham, where you can order things like family-sized sharing platters direct from Rayaan’s website.
Caribbean Spice is another option around Seven Sisters when you’re craving pepper steak washed down with sweet pineapple punch. Order here or pick-up in person.
Italian pizza. Big Indian flavours. That’s the concept at this casual Tufnell Park spot. So if you’re into the sound of a masala margherita or a butter chicken pizza, order here.
You can now order The Athenian’s Greek souvlaki and gyros straight to your door. They’re even delivering packs of handmade pitta, as well as beer and wine around Wembley. Order here.
Swing in West Hampstead serves Japanese food with a Meditarranean twist and Meditarranean food with a Japanese twist. Think chicken shawarma gyoza. Think miso buttered garlic bread. They also do mac and four cheese squares and buffalo chicken wings, as well as smoked lamb cutlets from the robata. All are available by calling 020 3802 8578 to arrange local delivery (or collection for 20% less) or to order from the normal apps here and here.
Sirous Steak and Ale in West Hampstead is delivering everything from a full breakfast, to rump steak and chocolate cake. Check out the menu and order here.
Gyoza, tempura, chicken teriyaki, and pork katsu are only a few of the dishes you can get delivered from Amibento in West Hampstead. Check out their full menu, and order here.
Roni’s are delivering breakfast, salads, sandwiches, platters, and filled bagels around West Hampstead. They’re also delivering hot drinks, fresh juice, beer, and wine. Order here.
You can order a variety of burgers - from buffalo chicken and The Duked, featuring a brisket and mac n’ cheese patty, through to a classic cheeseburger - from Buns in West Hampstead. They’re also delivering a selection of craft beer, salads, wings, and four different types of chip. Order here.
Grab-and-go coffee spot, Brew and Wild are open and serving their coffees, juices, smoothies, and plant-based sweet treats to takeaway in West Hampstead. Keep an eye on their Instagram page to find out what they’re serving.
West Hampstead coffee shop Wired Co are open and operating a takeaway only system so you can get your flat white fix if you’re in NW6.
The people behind 805 have opened a new Nigerian takeaway spot in Barking. Where you can get things like spicy beef suya, ogbono, and chicken pie. Order for collection by calling 02085942805 or get it delivered here.
Pides, grilled lamb, kofte, and homemade falafel. Those are just some of the things you can order from this Turkish restaurant on Bethnal Green Road.
Supa Ya Ramen, have set up an online shop for you to order their kits straight to your door. You can get miso bundles, soy bundles, or ingredients like ponzu soy and house chilli paste seasoning kits delivered all over Bethnal Green and beyond. Order here.
E Pellici are back open for collection. You can pre-order things like lasagne trays, canneloni, and chicken, bacon, and mushroom pies. They’re also selling pantry essentials like flour, olive oil, and more. Call them on 07496 535974 or 020 77394873 to order.
Motu Indian Kitchen is a delivery only situation from the same team behind Brigadiers and Hoppers. Their Canary Wharf kitchen delivers all the takeaway favourites - from biryani to Bombay aloo - as well as one and two person feast boxes, to homes in the surrounding area.
Calling all fans of alliteration and aged beef patties, Black Bear Burger are still delivering from their Canary Wharf branch. Find everything from their classic blue cheese burger to garlic parmesan fries here.
This converted warehouse in Clapton is offering pick-up and delivery on fruit and veg boxes, eggs, and other essentials. They’re also delivering Sunday roasts if you live local. You can order from their online shop.
If you’re around Homerton it’s worth stopping by Too Sweet for a hearty plate of oxtail, jerk chicken, or curry goat with rice and pea, and a dumpling on the side too. Order from the apps or give them a call on 020 8525 8168
Hai Café makes comforting northern Vietnamese-style phở, and now you can eat it in the comfort of your own home. See the full menu and order from here.
Clapton’s favourite neon-filled Chinese restaurant is doing new rice bowls, collection, and local deliveries. Check out the menu here and order by texting or calling 07488 965 966. Also, it’s 50% off if you’re an NHS worker.
Yard Sale’s 18-inch pizzas will feed you for lunch, dinner, and the next day’s breakfast. Or, if you’re doing this whole quarantine eating thing right, one prolonged afternoon snack. You can order directly from their website.
Sodo Pizza Cafe is back up and running on a pop-up basis. Keep an eye on their Instagram to find out when and in which of their branches they’re going to be opening for collection, and then get ready to call from 3/3.30pm if their plans fit in with your plans.
Dalston café and workspace Snackbar is making weekly-changing rice bowls and toasties for collection or local delivery. Think kaarage chicken and pickles, kimcheese toasties, and other bits and bobs. Order here.
The popular Ethiopian spot is open for takeaway, so you can enjoy their hefty vegan sampler platters that feature yesimir wot, fesolia, injera, and more. Call 0207 254 1780 and remember it’s cash-only.
Available for delivery across London, this Nigerian restaurant has things like pottage, okele, and rice. You can place an order on their website.
Little Duck The Picklery in Dalston have set up a click-and-collect service with options ranging from semi-prepared salads to slow-cooked lamb and pie that you just need to finish in the oven when you’re ready to eat. Browse the Little Duck Home Kitchen menu here.
Hackney brunch legends Hash E8 are still doing their thing every day via the wonders of technology and two wheeled vehicles. Get your eggs benedict, pancakes, or French toast orders in here.
You can order things like meat suya, oxtail pepper soup, and fried plantain from this West African spot in Dalston. Check out their full menu and order here.
Arancini Brothers have created a Lockdown Risotto ball kit, which you can order to make your own arancini at home.
You can still get Hoxton and Dalston Vietnamese spot BunBunBun’s excellent vermicelli noodle salads delivered straight to you, alongside bahn mi, noodle soups, and more. Order here.
Vegetarian spot Mildreds is delivering hot meals, heat-at-home meals, desserts, and drinks around Dalston. Order things like gyoza dumplings, enchiladas, and sticky toffee pudding here.
Available for takeaway, this Ethiopian coffee shop is serving things like beetroot stew, split lentils in red pepper sauce, and of course coffee. You can stop by their Dalston spot from Monday to Saturday.
The Dusty Knuckle is one of London’s best bakeries. Their loaves, pastries, and sandwiches are available for collection and local delivery from April 14th, and one day a week each they’re also offering delivery south of the river and in west London.
10 steamed Nepalese dumplings for £9 is a pretty good deal, and that’s what you should get from House of Momo in Dalston. Plus some fried ones too. Order from here.
The Mediterranean food at Oren is made for sharing and the same goes for their to-go menu. There’s challah bread, dips, pickles, koftas, salads, and a whole spiced roast chicken with rice too. Organise delivery or collection here.
Alternatively, all you ever need is a beer and a burger. Get yours here from Beer + Burger on Kingsland Road. Don’t miss their dipping gravy.
The biggest South Indian chain in the world is delivering their vegetarian food from their East Ham branch. Order dosa, chana, paneer and more here.
Put that sad family pack of Kitkats away because this Hackney bakery are delivering their white chocolate choux, vegan banana loaf, and a whole lot of other sweet treats across Hackney and London. You’ll need to give them 24 hours notice, but slide on into their DMs or give them a call on 07477462072 to order. By the way, they also do sandwiches and quiche.
Hackney wine bar The Laughing Heart has opened an online shop delivering set meals, focaccia, guanciale, frozen dumplings, wine, napkins, single wine glasses and, if you ask nicely, probably a sommelier too. Choose delivery or collection here.
At £4.50, Belly’s lunchtime oxtail lunch deal is about as good value as it gets. There’s callaloo, fried plantain, mac and cheese, and plenty more too. Go in person, give them a call on 0207 613 2111, or order via app.
This Nigerian spot is available for takeaway and delivery, and is offering tilapia, smoked fish, and stews. Choose from their menu and order by calling 02089857345.
Ombra’s brand new takeaway menu is a real mood. It’s split into Antipasti & Provisions - think prosciutto cotto - Fresh Pasta To Cook At Home, Dessert, and Stay Hydrate Buy Vino. All of which we can definitely get behind and you can too here.
If you think fancy-ish fine dining food can’t travel, then think again. Homing Pidgin is the three-course meal collection service from Pidgin in Hackney. The menu changes daily as in £25 a head. Book in advance here.
Home to a very popular jollof rice and bean burrito, this Nigerian to-go situation delivers everything from slow-cooked beef stew to a big-deal party package that’s perfect for special occasions. Download their express delivery app here.
Casa Fofò is offering a small menu of freshly baked bread, charcuterie, cheese, pastries, and wine for collection of local delivery around E8. Email email@example.com or text 07526 850 369 for details.
Starting off in Broadway Market, this Ghanaian and African supper club is now delivering its meals around Hackney. You can order black eyed beans, suya seasoned chicken wings, beef stew, and more here.
If you’re after handmade pasta or buttery pastries, then Pophams is where you want to order from. The popularity of this Hackney bakery means that things go fast. Check their Instagram bio for the link to pre-order.
The Mexican grilled chicken specialists are delivering their second-to-none pork fat, goose fat, and vegan tortillas in packets of 10, along with their homemade chilli oil. DM them or text 07479 478 722 with your order. It’s free delivery for Hackney and surrounding areas.
If you haven’t stopped by Swift for a beef and cheese patty, then you’re missing out. This Homerton spot also does a tasty curry mutton, plus lots more. Call on 0208 533 6060 or order via app.
Hackney butchers and restaurant Hill and Szrok are delivering homemade charcuterie, stock, butter, and ramen sets around NE London. Call 020 7254 8805 to order.
Pavilion Bakery is selling essential items for click and collect from their Broadway Market and Columbia Road shops. They’re doing three loaves of sourdough for a tenner, pastries, eggs, coffee, and that kind of thing. Click and collect from here.
Balcone are offering a takeaway service at their Victoria Park coffee shop. It’s reduced hours for now, so only head down between 9am and 2pm Wednesdays and Thursdays, or till 4pm on Fridays and weekends.
Bottle Apostle is a pretty serious wine shop near Victoria Park. They always have a solid stock of wines you want to drink, and knowledgable staff on hand to give you the advice you need. Head here to order a small selection of their wines for immediate delivery, or check out their online shop for a more elaborate order.
Pie, mash, gravy - what more could you want? If the answer is peas, then Pieminister at the White Post Café in Hackney Wick has them too. Get your pastry fix here.
Bistrotheque in Hackney, is delivering everything from roast chicken, to a potato and comté pie, to french toast, to Sunday brunch. They’re even delivering champagne, and bloody mary by the litre. Find it all here.
You can arrange to pick up bottles of wine from Sager and Wild in Paradise Row by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or through DMing their Instagram page.
You can arrange to pick up bottles of wine from Sager and Wild on Hackney Road by emailing email@example.com or through DMing their Instagram page.
Anata No Uchi is the name of Uchi’s delivery service in Hackney. You can order sashimi, sushi, and tempura here.
Mao Chow have launched ‘Dumplings 2000’, their new dumpling delivery service. You can get dumplings with fillings like tofu and shroom, and cabbage and ginger. As well as xinjiang spice mix, and gong bao sauce. Order here.
Lagom cook things with fire at the Hackney Church Brew Co.. They’re currently sending out meal kits with everything you need to make half dozen (or more) smokehouse buns or smoked cheesesteaks at home. Order here.
As well as delivering seven types of coffee beans and espresso martinis by the litre, Climpson and Sons have started a ‘Brunch at Home’ series. They’re collaborating with restaurants like Lardo, Brat, Som Saa, and the Marksman Pub to deliver brunch boxes with recipes, ingredients, coffee, and booze. Visit their website to see what’s on offer.
The Breakfast Club has re-opened its Hackney Wick restaurant and is now delivering brunch favourites including pancakes, full American breakfasts, breakfast burgers and burritos, plus drinks. Check out their whole menu and order here.
Randy sounds like the sort of person who brushes his teeth with Coors Lite, but he’s also the sort of person who’s delivering his many-sauced chicken wings from Hackney Wick (along with burgers, fries, and more). Order from here.
Scoff’s grill in Hackney Wick is delivering all the Turkish classics, including lamb shish kebab, adana kofte, and chicken beyti. Check out the full menu and order here.
Coqfighter are delivering burgers, bao, and wings filled with fried chicken all over east London from their special relief kitchen in Hackney Wick. Order here.
Leytonstone’s best-known Thai restaurant is still open for collection. Check their Instagram to see the current specials board. Call 0208 281 4801 to order.
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Kotch! is delivering stone-baked Italian pizzas around Stratford and Leytonstone. You can check out the whole menu and order here.
Five Lads are delivering grilled chicken in every form. You can order their platters, burgers, and wraps here.
This Middle Eastern restaurant in Leyton is delivering lamb chops, burgers, steaks, and grilled fish. You can check out the menu and order here.
Jeow Jeow are delivering their punchy Thai inspired food all around the East End, from Limehouse to Shoreditch. Check their site for opening times, menu, and how to order.
If, like us, 75% of your life’s sustenance has come in the form of a lahmacun, then keep things going by ordering from 01 Adana on Newington Green via this link. There are Turkish soups, stews, charcoal grilled bits, and more.
This South European restaurant near Newington Green had transformed itself into a delivery. For orders under £100 it’s a £5 delivery charge if you’re within five miles. But once you’ve added a bunch of pasta and sauce, mains like a £15 lamb shank tajine for two, pre-mixed cocktails, a bottle of wine, a dozen madeleines, and a selection of cheese to your basket at their webshop, you might be pretty close to £100, in which case delivery is free. And yes, they are also delivering homemade gelato.
Trattoria N16 are delivering pizzas and wine all around northeast London and, really, that’s all you need in any situation. Order from here.
If, like Yield N16, you think of wine as essential, then you’ll be glad to know that they are delivering a wide selection of wines, as well as other essentials like pesto, dry-cured pork, and fresh pasta. You can order here.
Trangallan on Newington Green is taking orders on their Spanish cooking and tapas for collection are local delivery. They’re also offering fruit and veg. Message 07802 655045 to join their Whatsapp broadcast group for daily updates, or check out their website for the day’s menu and ordering details.
You can queue for takeaway at Shoreditch BBQ spot Smokestak on Saturdays, or else you can get your order in here for delivery. They’re only delivering to certain nearby postcodes around east, east central and north, but you can also place an order for collection if you’re outside of their zone.
Shoreditch wine bar and restaurant Leroy have launched Royale, a rotisserie chicken delivery service. You can get half a chicken, a full chicken, potatoes, dips, wine, and salad. And you can also get whipped cod’s roe with crudité. Just because. Order here.
If you live nearby, Passo on City Road can deliver freshly prepared pizza and pasta dishes as well as wine and beer. Order here. They’re also delivering cook-your-own pasta and pizza kits anywhere within the M25. They can also provide pre-mixed Negroni and pasta sauce while they’re at it when you order here.