If you’re wondering which cafes, restaurants and pubs in Leeds you can get a takeaway from during the lockdown, we’ve rounded them all up in one place.
In the wake of the lockdown, we’re going to pull together all the restaurants, cafes and pubs that have switched to takeaway. It’s a mammoth task and it’s going to take some time, so we’re starting with the city centre and moving out to the suburbs. If your local isn’t on here or they are and they’re not doing takeaway anymore, email us at email@example.com. The world is changing fast and it’s hard to keep up – let’s all get together to help the independents.
Sarto. Pasta, glorious pasta – Sarto is now online! You can order favourite from their menu through Deliveroo from 4pm to 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays or from 4pm to 9pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays. From rigatoni with lamb shoulder sugo to campenelle with wild mushroom truffle butter, get your orders in!
Pizza Fella. Proper Neapolitan cooked in a wood-fired oven? Yes please! Pizza Fella is back with an online click and collect service – no walks ins, you need to pre-order by 11am on the day. Alternatively, you can order a delivery on Uber Eats.
Flamingo’s. This is Flamingo’s but not as you know it. They’ve reopened as a grocery store with EcoTopia from 10:30am to 5pm, Tuesday to Saturday. You can pick up everything from eggs to ice cream, as well as their famous rainbow cakes and coffees to go.
Cafe 164. Friday lunches come courtesy of Cafe 164. They’re taking pre-orders right up until 5pm Wednesday, ready for delivery on Friday. They have all your favourites – bacon and brie sandwiches, ciabatta loaves and biscoff brownies. Order online through their website and enjoy the deliciousness at home.
Sushi Waka. Authentic Japanese food at home? Yes please! Sushi Waka is back with a contactless collection and delivery service, so you can enjoy sushi, katsu and ramen on demand. They’re open from 12pm every day and you can order online.
La Taberna. Back open for collections and deliveries, La Taberna is bringing a taste of Spain to your dining table. From tortillas to albondigas, there’s a little something for everyone. Order online for collections or through Deliveroo for deliveries. Open 11am to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm Tuesday to Friday, then from 3pm to 8pm on Saturdays.
Tharavadu. Traditional Keralan cuisine is back on the menu! Tharavadu has reopened for deliveries and collections. For now, they’re operating with a limited menu, but it will be extended to include all your favourites on 1st June 2020. Call 0113 2440 500 for collections or order a Keralan feast to your door on Deliveroo.
Man Behind the Curtain. The restaurant may be closed, but Michelin star chef Michael O’Hare is giving you a chance to cook one of his culinary creations at home every week. Order through their reservations service, get the ingredients delivered to your door and join the O’Hare for a night to remember.
Aagrah. With restaurants in Chapel Allerton, Pudsey, Garforth and the city centre, Aagrah delivers curries all over Leeds. They’re open from 5pm to 10pm every day. Free delivery within a three mile radius on orders over £25. Order online.
The Hedonist x Jah Jyot. Two popular independents have joined forces to give you a ready-made night out at home. You can get beer, cocktails and soft drinks from The Hedonist, with curries, wraps and sides from Jah Jyot. Call 07770 588 123 to order or visit The Hedonist website for a drinks-only delivery.
Nova Bakehouse. Freshly baked loaves, sweet-as-you-like buns and cookies galore – Nova Bakehouse is still firing up the ovens to make all your favourites. It’s pre-orders only and they’re working a week in advance, so you’ll have to plan ahead. You can also get essentials like fruit, vegetables, and of course, North Star Coffee. Order online.
The Baking Biker & The Spicy Baker. A pop-up favourite at festivals across the city, The Baking Biker, and its sister brand, The Spicy Biker have come into their own in lockdown. They’re delivering curries and sweet treats all over the city. Order online.
Rudy’s. They were open for about five minutes before lockdown shut them down, but now Rudy’s are back and delivering Neapolitan-style pizzas to your door. There’s no collection service here, it’s Deliveroo all the way.
Humpit. Packed pittas and sharing mezze boards – that’s what’s coming out of Humpit right now. You can collect your food at The Springs Thorpe Park or they’ll deliver for free to most areas of Leeds. Available on Fridays only – pre-order by messaging them on Instagram.
If. Back for takeaways from 1st June, If will be filling our bellies with their expertly brewed coffee and downright scrumptious brunches. Call 0113 245 0295 to pre-order brunch ahead of their reopening, ready for collection in their Call Lane or Vicar Lane stores.
Kirkstall Brewery Tap Room. Kirkstall Brewery will deliver cases of beer to any LS or BD postcode. Choose from Providence New England Pale Ale, Verdita Sour, Dissolution IPA and Three Swords Extra Pale Ale. They’ll be delivered the next day if ordered online before 9pm. There’s a minimum order of £40.
Laynes. For now, Laynes is operating as a grocery store. You can get everything from freshly baked treats to store cupboard essentials, household cleaning products and pasta making kits from their sister brand Sarto. Order online for in-store collection or delivery within a four-mile radius of the store. Walk-ins welcome when they’re open from Wednesday to Saturday.
Mommy Thai. Both of their restaurants are closed but you can still order dishes from Mommy Thai’s menu through Deliveroo for home delivery. If you’re local, you can also place your order over the phone, on 0113 4507 263 for Vicar Lane and 0113 2449 289 for Duncan Street, to collect it yourself.
Feed. You can still get food from Feed in Leeds through Uber Eats and in Pudsey if you phone 0113 2040 928. They’re serving the majority of their normal menu, so you can order in brunch or treat yourself to tea. They will also deliver beer, wine and cocktails as well as roast dinners on Sundays.
Doh’hut. As well as donuts, Doh’hut have added a host of essentials for home delivery. They have bread, sandwiches, milk, butter, eggs, veg and fruit. There’s a minimum order value of £15, a delivery fee of £2.50 and it’s only for people living within a few miles of the city centre. To order a collection or delivery, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
My Thai. You can order from My Thai from 11.30am every day. They’re serving their normal menu on Deliveroo for home delivery or if you want to collect it yourself, you can call their Wade Lane or York Place restaurants on 0113 2459 245.
Doner Shack. You can get contact free delivery from Doner Shack through Deliveroo. From Berlin Doners in sesame seed fladenbrot bread to Shawarma Tellers, Currywurst and German beers, you can get it delivered from 12pm to 6pm daily.
Senbon Sakura. This popular Japanese restaurant is still serving its normal menu through Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just Eat. You can get everything from Bento Boxes to Katsu Curries served until 10pm daily for a minimum spend of £5.
Little Bao Boy. Their North Brewing Co. home may be shut, but Little Bao Boy is still making bao buns, gyozas and loaded fries for delivery throughout the lockdown. They will be on Deliveroo from 12pm to 9pm on Friday and Saturday.
Little Leeds Beerhouse. Their store may be closed but Little Leeds Beerhouse are still open for business over on their webshop. You can browse all kinds of rare brews, from sour IPAs to rich stouts. Anyone living within 3.5-miles of the shop can get free delivery.
Slap & Pickle. You don’t have to miss out on Slap & Pickle’s loaded burgers because they’re still open on Deliveroo and Uber Eats. From 12pm to 9pm, Sunday to Thursday and 12pm to 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays, treat yourself to juicy patties piled high with all kinds of classic toppings.
Safran. You can get traditional Persian and Iranian food delivered through both Deliveroo and Uber Eats during the lockdown. There’s a £5 minimum spend between 12pm and 11pm when you can order everything from stews to kebabs. They also have a collection option from their city centre restaurant.
Falafel Guys. Heaving wraps or salad bowls stuffed full of your choice of falafel balls, grilled halloumi or chicken shawarma are now available to enjoy at home. Falafel Guys are currently on Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats every day until midnight.
North Brewing Co. Beer delivered to your door, dreams do come true. North Brewing Co. have made it easy to get your favourite bevvies. Delivery is free for anyone within three miles of the brewery when you spend £20. They also offer nationwide delivery. You can order online.
Fuji Hiro. Get the authentic taste of Japan delivered to your home with Fuji Hiro. This long-time Leeds favourite are still serving on Uber Eats so you can get katsu curry, yaki-soba and bento boxes for lunch and tea. They’re open until 9pm every day.
Absurd Bird. You can get finger-licking fried chicken from Absurd Bird. They do wings, waffles and buckets for clicka and collect – or you can get it delivered to your front door on Uber Eats. They’re open from 12pm to 8.30pm on Mondays, 12pm to 9pm from Tuesday to Saturday and 12pm to 5pm on Sundays.
Latitude Wines. Whether you fancy craft beer, wine or spirits, you can get it from Latitude. Order through their website, by emailing email@example.com or by calling 0113 245 3393. There’s free delivery for LS postcodes on orders over £50.
Cha Lounge. Need essentials? Place an order with Cha Lounge for their weekly collection service. They’ve got Bondgate Bakery bread, cakes, free range eggs, organic milk and all kinds of fruit and veg from GT Produce. Deliveries are on Fridays and Tuesdays and you can place your order by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Piglove Brewery. Local microbrewery Piglove can bring their beers directly to you. There’s a minimum order of 1 case or 12 cans subject to availability. Orders for Leeds postcodes are open until 7pm on Mondays for delivery on Tuesdays and orders for Wakefield postcodes are open until 7pm on Wednesdays for deliveries on Thursdays.
Holy Ramen. Open every night from 5pm, Holy Ramen will be delivering their delicious bowls of goodness through Uber Eats and Deliveroo. You’ll find them under Send Noods and they’re dishing up everything from dim sum and spring rolls to chow mien and sesame chicken ramen.
Rola Wala. The restaurant is closed to the public, but they’re still doing deliveries. Enjoy their full range of naan wraps, rice and caulibowls, as well as protein pots and cookies. You can now get family bundles to feed your entire clan for £20. You can order through Deliveroo.
Thai Edge. You can’t eat-in, but you can get takeout from Thai Edge. Recreate the restaurant experience at home with their special two and three-course dinners or choose something from their huge a la carte menu. You can order direct or through Deliveroo.
Fettle. Recently re-opened and ready to bring you an oh-so-creative menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes, Fettle is operating a in-store collection service and a Leeds-wide delivery service on Deliveroo. Whichever you choose, you can order online with contactless payments. You can also order hot drinks, alcoholic beverages, and yes, cake!
Doner Summer. They were due to open on Call Lane this April, and now they have, but only for takeaways. You can pick up their plant-based Berlin-style kebabs from 5pm to 10pm on Fridays, then from 12pm to 10pm on Saturdays. Call 07985 783670 to order, pay by phone and collect at your given slot. Deliveries via Deliveroo.
Roland’s. Their online shop is now live and it’s full of lovely, boozy concoctions to drink at home. They’ve bottled their famous cocktails and listed them alongside a range of beers and bar snacks – you can even get G&T kits. Order online before 2pm for same-day for collection or delivery.
Tavassoli’s. Burgers, gyros and pitta pizzas galore, to collect or delivered to your door – that’s what’s on offer at Tavassoli’s. They open from 4pm Monday to Wednesday and from 10am Thursday to Sunday. Order online through their website.
Tobacco Rd. Beer, burgers and wings, delivered to your door faster than a speeding bullet. Tobacco Rd is back in business and bringing their dirty American-style fare to a doorstep near you. You can order on Deliveroo.
42nd East Bakehouse. You can get 42nd East Bakehouse’s sweet treats delivered to your door, anywhere in the UK. They’re open every day to send you cookies, cakes and even easter eggs. Order online with their new webshop.
The Swine That Dines. Making a slow and steady comeback, The Swine That Dines will begin its return with a 3-course menu of utter deliciousness that you can pick-up and heat at home. Limited orders for Friday and Saturday collections. Deliveries coming soon.
Eat Your Greens. Part takeaway, part grocery store, party ready-meal service, Eat Your Greens has a little something for everyone. They’ve expanded their grocery store, so you can order organic, ethically-sourced essentials for collection or delivery. Plus, they have a limited menu and a Heat Your Greens ready-meal service. Order online.
Vice & Virtue. Finally, you can do fine dining at home. Vice & Virtue has created a special 7-course tasting menu that you can collect from Feed in the city centre. It’s £60 per couple with the option to add drinks. Email email@example.com before 8pm Wednesday to order for collections between 12pm and 8pm on Friday or Saturday.
Nosh. This little cafe in the business district has reopened for business, so key workers can pick up breakfast or lunch on-the-go. You can order collections by calling 0113 2433 733 or deliveries on Just Eat. They also have an online shop where you can buy cakes and goodies for home delivery.
Matt Healy x The Foundry. Back by popular demand, Matt will be serving his heaving roasts every Sunday. Order by 6pm Friday for collections and deliveries. They’re also launching a menu of their greatest hits cooked and ready to finish at home on Fridays and Saturdays. Book through the reservations service on their website and let them know your order in the comments.
Little Tokyo. Japanese food delivered to your doorstep – that right, Little Tokyo is back. From chicken karaage to seafood ramen and those irresistible bento boxes, it’s all there. Call the restaurant on 0113 243 9090 for collections or order a delivery with Deliveroo.
Tavernaki. Fancy Greek tonight? Tavernaki has reaped to deliver delicious skewers and traditional Greek dishes to your door. They’re also delivering Greek and Cypriot beers. You can order on Deliveroo.
Swine Pies. Joe & Stu are back with their famous pies. Every week brings a new menu, so expect drool-worthy combinations like beef, beer & bone marrow alongside celeriac, leek, horseradish and cheddar. They release their menus on Instagram on Mondays and they sell out fast. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
Leeds City Tap. From 12pm to 7pm, Tuesday to Saturday, Leeds City Tap will be transformed into a pop-up bottle shop. You can get mini-kegs and cases of North Brewing Co. beer, as well as wine, snacks and Northern Bloc ice cream! Pop in for a socially-distanced shop.
Le Chalet. This little French tearoom has turned the lockdown into a bake-off with cakes, macarons and afternoon tea delivered to your door. Delivery is free up to 7 miles from Leeds city centre. Vegan and gluten-free options available. To order, email email@example.com.
Riveresque. For the short-term, you’ll have to forgo the riverside views of their petite garden in favour of a takeaway, but the good news is that Riveresque is back open and serving those almighty breakfasts and loaded sarnies to go.
Zaap Thai. After a busy few months doing good deed, Zaap Thai is back serving the public. They’re open from 12pm to 9pm Tuesday to Sunday – you can order collections and deliveries through Deliveroo. They’ve also launched their own collection of ready-meals.
Livin’Italy. There are two ways to enjoy Livin’Italy at home. You can get a vast array of wines delivered to your door or make the most of their new takeaway service. Not only does it include their scrumptious wares (think pizzas, arancini and meatballs), but you can also stock up on Italian deli and store cupboard essentials. Pre-order from Monday to Thursday for deliveries on Friday or Saturday.
The Brunswick. It’s official, they’ve gone live on Deliveroo with their almighty burgers. Beef, chicken, veggie or vegan, you decide, but whatever you choose, you’re guaranteed tasty toppings that will make it all worthwhile.
Crown Buffet. Usually, they bring a procession of Chinese dishes to your table, but for the foreseeable future, Crown Buffet will be delivering generously-sized takeout dishes to your door. Order through Deliveroo.
The Pizza Bus & Sela Bar. Planning a big night in? The lovely folk at Sela Bar will hit the road in The Pizza Bus to bring you a make-at-home pizza kit complete with beer and cocktails. Email firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday for Friday delivery.
The Market Kitchen. To celebrate the fourth birthday of The Market Kitchen, the traders are back for one day only on Saturday 6th June 2020 with a new click and collect service. They’re Kanassa Kitchen, Bahn & Mee, Jenny’s Jerk and more will all be serving special menus for the day, which you can pick up to enjoy at home. Pre-orders kick off on Monday on their new website – follow them on Instagram for updates.
Horsforth & Cookridge
The Agora. You can feast on traditional Greek and Turkish dishes like Moussaka, Sykotaria and Stifado from The Agora during the lockdown. They’re open from 5pm to 9pm for both collection from their Horsforth home and local delivery if you call 0113 469 0927.
Napoli nel Cuore. Don’t miss out on classic Neapolitan pizza or Italian pasta favourites with Napoli nel Cuore. They’re open from 12pm to 9.30pm every day and you can place your order by calling 0113 217 1218. You can even get 10% off every collection order and complimentary fried zeppoline with every order.
La Bistro. You can still get delicious Mediterranean dishes from La Bistro in Horsforth. They’re running a collection and delivery service – just order over the phone on 0113 345 0110 and you will soon be enjoying dishes like Lamb Moussaka, Pollo Alfredo and Pizza Prosciutto.
The Bridge Inn. The pub might be shut but you can still get cask ales, lager and cider in four pint containers from The Bridge Inn. They’re also doing pies and hot food to go. It’s collection only for the time being from 12pm to 8pm and you have to call 0113 2587 339 to place your order.
Residence 74. Open Tuesday to Sunday for collections and deliveries, Residence 74 is keeping the local community well-stocked in essentials – and by that, we mean gourmet burgers, chewy brownies and even wine. You’ll find them on Just Eat.
Truly Scrummy. This little Horsforth deli is cooking up a storm, so you can get everything from fresh croissants to pork pies and meatball ragu. They also have essentials like bread, vegetables and coffee. They’re running both a collection and delivery service. To order, call 0113 259 0009.
Woodlawn Coffee Co. Back open and ready to caffeinate you, Woodlawn Coffee is doing a roaring trade in coffee, pastries, cakes and cronuts. Short on eggs, milk, bread and flour? You can stock up while you’re here. They’re open from 9am to 3pm on Fridays and Saturdays and 10am to 2pm on Sundays.
Alwoodley, Moortown & Shadwell
Marinella’s. Fresh Sicilian and Italian food delivered to your door. Carbonara, lasagne, arrabiata – you name it, they’ve got it. They offer a contact-free collection service and will deliver anywhere within 2 miles of the restaurant. To order, call 0113 261 1450. They open at 10am and close at 7pm Monday to Wednesday, late Thursday to Saturday and at 5pm on Sundays.
The Avenue Fish Bar. If it’s a chippy dinner you’re after, The Avenue Fish Bar will be happy to help. They have everything you’d expect, from special haddock to chip butties and mushy peas. You can order collections direct by calling 0113 267 4810 or arrange a delivery through Deliveroo.
Luciano’s. From pizza and pasta to speciality dishes like beef stroganoff and chicken lopez, a vast menu of Italian favourites await at Luciano’s. Call 0113 269 5500 to order a collection or get a local delivery for an extra £1.50.
ONaROLL Sushi. A street food favourite that’s switched to delivery through lockdown, ONaROLL Sushi has earned itself a hoard of loyal local followers. Email email@example.com for a copy of the menu and to place your orders. There’s a minimum order value of £25.
Cafe Espresso. They’ve stayed open to support the community by offering a collection and delivery service. Salads, sandwiches and freshly-made coffee are the order of the day, but you can also get afternoon tea. Call 0113 450 5102 to click and collect.
Red Pepper. You can still enjoy a curry night with Red Pepper, one of Otley’s finest Indian restaurants. They’re open for takeaway collection and delivery from 5pm to 11pm every day of the week. From kormas to vindaloos, get yours by calling 01943 461133.
O’Fresh by O’Deli. The main O’Deli is now shut, but sister venue O’Fresh is still open. They’re running a counter service from 9.30am where you can place your order for fresh fruit and veg and a member of staff will pick it for you. They’re also offering free local deliveries, which you can get by calling 01943 969417 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Otley Burger Company. Love a good old fashioned burger? The Otley Burger Company are still running deliveries of their wonderfully juicy patties around the local area. Call 07584 357229 to place your order from 4pm every day with a £1 delivery fee.
Il Vicoletto. This family-run Italian restaurant in the heart of Otley are now running a takeaway only service. They’re open from 5pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for collection. Phone 01943 968030 to get your orders of freshly made pasta and pizza.
Westbourne Spice. You can get all your favourite Indian dishes delivered with Westbourne Spice. They have a vast menu for you to choose from on JustEat. If you’d prefer to go direct, you can call them on 01943 462464 to order a collection.
Salami & Co. Back from 9am to 2pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, you can nip into Salami & Co. to pick up takeaway coffees, pastries and cakes or pre-order one of their almighty platters. They’re doing breakfast, brunch and charcuterie sharers to-go – order online at least 2 days in advance.
Buon Apps. Back from their lockdown break, Buon Apps has launched a new takeaway service. Choose from a range of classic Italian dishes, order online and collect at the restaurant. They’re open from 10:30am to 5pm Tuesday to Thursday and from 10:30am to 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Last orders at 7:30 pm. You can also order ready-made dishes to cook at home.
Zeppelin. Head to Just Eat or to Zeppelin’s website to order their European street food. From classic Polish dishes like Cheburek to pizzas, kebabs and burgers, they’re open for delivery or collection in Armley from 5pm to 10pm Wednesday to Friday and 1pm to late on Saturdays and Sundays.
Wilde Child Brewing Co. This Armley-based brewery are doing Doorstep Drops from Wednesday to Friday. Choose one of their 18 pint beer bags from £30 a box or take your pick of individual cans. There’s a minimum spend of £35 for Leeds customers (delivery also available in Wakefield, Bradford and Harrogate) and you can pay for your order online.
The Mac Shac. Macaroni cheese, smothered in four-cheese béchamel and top with crunch deliciousness – festival favourite The Mac Shac is back with a call and collect service from their Armley home. Take a look at the menu and call 07540 498 083 to order.
Northern Bloc. They spent the bank holiday weekend delivering freezer-cool deliciousness to our doors and now they’re promising more. It’s not an everyday thing, it’s more of a spontaneous treat, so keep an eye on their Instagram to get in on the next one.
Heaney & Mill. Every Sunday, Heaney & Mill are doing proper roast dinners for £15 per person. They’re also doing a range of restaurant-quality ready meals for £5.50 each or 10 for £50. Plus, they’re still doing hampers. For £75, you can get meat, pasta, rice, butter, milk, veg, eggs and more. You can now order online.
Thai Sabai. This popular Headingley restaurant is still taking orders for their Thai curries and noodles dishes. They’re open from 5pm to 9:30pm between Tuesday and Saturday, then from 4pm to 8:40pm on Sundays. You can book contact-free collections and deliveries direct with the restaurant by calling 0113 2758 613.
Ecco Pizzeria. Enjoy proper Neapolitan pizzas at home courtesy of Ecco Pizzeria. They’re running their normal menu throughout, so you can get classics like Margherita or their more unusual options like the spicy Bombay. You can book a contact-free delivery or collection online or by calling 0113 278 2828.
Growlers. Oh lordy! Loaded burgers, indulgent milkshakes and even frozen margaritas, Growlers is back and raring to go. Order online, choose a time slot and either collect in-store or wait for your boxed-up deliciousness to arrive at your door.
De Baga. Treat yourself to traditional Goan fare with a takeaway from De Baga, one of the best Indian restaurants in Headingley. Order by calling 0113 2744 492 or through Deliveroo and Just Eat from 6pm Tuesday to Sunday for dishes like Dal Bukhara, Lamb Xacuti and Makhan Murgi.
The Viet Baker. You can get authentic Vietnamese street food delivered to your door from The Viet Baker. They’re open on Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats daily from 12pm to 10pm so you can get bowls of steaming pho, heaving bao buns and loaded banh mi sandwiches.
Kuala Lumpur Cafe. This Headingley eatery is offering home delivery within a one-mile radius as well as collection from 5pm to 10pm every day. They’re serving their normal menu of Asian curries and Malaysian classics like Nasi Lemak. Phone 0113 3455 770 to place your order. There’s a £15 minimum order and you’ll need to pay on delivery or collection if you order direct. Alternatively, you can order on Just Eat.
Jino’s Thai Cafe. If it’s Thai food you’re after, look no further than Jino’s. They’re open for collections and deliveries from 5pm to 9pm Sunday to Thursday and 5pm to 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Call 0113 2788 088 to order a collection or visit Just Eat to order a delivery.
Bare Coffee. Bare Coffee has swapped coffee, cake and sandwiches for essentials. They’ve stocked up on veg, fruit, bread, eggs, milk, butter and coffee beans, which you can order by emailing email@example.com. Collection slots are available from 8.30am to 3pm, Monday to Friday or 9am to 2pm on Saturdays.
I am Doner. From Friday 24th April 2020, I Am Doner has reopened its Headingley store. They’re offering contact-free collections, so you can feast on the almighty flavours of their jam-packed Berlin-style kebabs once more. Order online for collection or get your deliveries through Just Eat.
West Park Cafe. Still open and still serving the local community, West Park Cafe is offering a limited takeaway menu with regular specials. You can also pick up essentials like bread, milk and eggs. They’re open from 11am to 3pm every day except, closed Monday and Wednesday. Collections and deliveries available, call 0113 2781 280 to order.
The Bowery. Headingley favourite The Bowery is back open with a new collection and delivery service. You can get everything from tea and coffee to freshly baked scones and full-on breakfast bundles. They’re open from 9am to 4pm, Thursday to Sunday – call 0113 2242 284 to order.
The Cat’s Pyjamas. Your lockdown Indian comes courtesy of The Cat’s Pyjamas. They’re open from 5pm to 10pm, Tuesday to Sunday. Call 0113 274 2618 to order both collections and deliveries – or use their new online ordering system.
Fika North. Back after a short hiatus, Fika North will offer a takeaway only service from Friday 29th April 2020. They’re opening from 9am to 2pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, so you can pick up fresh bread, patisserie and coffee, alongside wine and beer. Social distancing will be in operation.
Salvo’s. Italian takeaway and store cupboard essentials? Salvo’s is back with a menu of traditional Italian starters, pizzas and pasta dishes, as well as handpicked treats from the Salumeria larder. You can order online, choose your time slot and collect in-store.
Sebby’s Deli. Back by popular demand, Sebby’s has a new online ordering system so you can get your mitts on their breakfasts, wraps and afternoon teas. There’s coffee and cakes too. They’re open for click and collect through the window hatch – order online.
Giorgio’s Ristorante. Back with a 50-strong menu of Italian classics, Giorgio’s is doing takeaways right. They’re open from 5pm to 9.30pm every day and deliver anywhere within a four-mile radius. Alternatively, you can collect from the restaurant. Call 0113 2782 030 to order.
Sukhothai. After 2 months of shuttered doors, Sukhothai has reopened its Headingley restaurant for takeaways and deliveries. You can feast on Thai curries, loaded plates of Pad Thai and all the spring rolls you squeeze in. Order through Deliveroo.
Culto. Takeout, collection and delivery – Culto are doing all three. The normal takeaway menu is still running, so you can order one of the best pizzas in Leeds for tea, or you can pick up a few essentials from them like penne, spaghetti or linguine pasta and wine. To place an order, call them direct on 0113 3454 434 from 12pm daily.
The Hungry Bear. Every weekend, The Hungry Bear returns with a medley of delicious takeaway options. If the weather’s good, you can pick up a loaded BBQ pack, ready to cook at home, and if it’s not, you can get their dish of the day instead. Tagine, pie, coq au van – the possibilities are endless. On Sundays, it’s roast time! To order, message them on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alfred. From 12pm to 7pm, Tuesday to Saturday, Alfred will be transformed into a pop-up bottle shop. You can get mini-kegs and cases of North Brewing Co. beer, as well as wine, snacks and Northern Bloc ice cream! Pop in for a socially-distanced shop.
Zucco. Tagliatelle al burro, braised beef pappardelle, penne arrabbiata – Zucco is back with all your favourite pasta dishes for collection on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. You need to pre-order and you can do that by calling 0113 2249 679 any time between 4pm and 7pm, Monday to Friday.
Ike’s Deli. From the people behind The Bank in Moortown comes Ike’s Deli. They’ve set up shop in the former Filmore and Union to offer locals bakes, bagels and bread, as well as their famous salt beef sandwiches. Call 0113 2930 543 to pre-order or pop-in and see what they have in stock.
Burley & Kirkstall
Poco. Poco is running a normal takeaway service, so you have the chance to order their pizza al taglio, arancini and cannoli, alongside essentials like fresh pasta and Italian bread. It’s open from 9am daily and you can only order by visiting the shop, where they have strict social distancing guidelines.
Man v Roast. Man v Roast is operating takeaway roast dinners as normal. Just go to the website or call 0113 440 8970 from 9am daily and order your classic roast meats complete with all the trimmings for home delivery or collection. If you don’t want the whole hog, you can also get carvery sandwiches.
Kirkstall Fisheries. If you love fish and chips, you can still get yours from Kirkstall Fisheries. They’re on Just Eat or you can visit the shop where they’re operating a ‘one person at a time’ policy. Contactless payments only. You can order from 11.30am to 8pm, Monday to Friday or from 11.30am to 3pm on Saturdays.
Dos Amigos. You can get a Mediterranean tapas feast from Dos Amigos during the lockdown. They’re running an extended delivery service through Just Eat. You can get everything from albondigas to patatas bravas, arancini and tortilla Espanol.
Duke’s Donuts. If you love donuts, you don’t have to go without at Duke’s. They’re running a takeaway service from both their Burley and city centre cafes through Uber Eats. It’s available daily from 11am to 2am for you to get your fill of their indulgent donuts as well as milkshakes, ice cream and coffee.
Ryan’s Kitchen. You can still get your Jamaican food fix thanks to Ryan’s Kitchen. Jerk chicken, curried goat and jerk jackfruit – you can have it all by ordering on Just Eat for a home delivery or calling on 0113 212 1743 to collect your order.
Manjit’s Kitchen. Manjit’s Kitchen is offering a delivery and collection service. This means you can still feast on their freshly-prepared curries, chilled and ready for you to reheat at home. You can order through their webshop, which is also well-stocked with craft beer.
Harpo’s Pizza. A family-run pizzeria with two restaurants in Leeds, Harpo’s have reopened both their stores, so your Friday night pizza is back on. Their Burley shop is open from 5pm to 11pm Wednesday to Sunday – call 0113 2899 333 to order.
Temple Donuts. Holy hell! Temple Donuts is back up and running. They’re operating a delivery-only service on Deliveroo, so you can get your favourite vegan donuts all through lockdown. Order between 2pm and 6pm from Friday through to Sunday. You can only get set boxes and they’re only making 600 donuts a day, so get in there quick!
JJ’s Vish & Chips. The city’s first and only vegetarian chippy is open for business. You can get vish and chips, of course, but they also do vegan scam-pi, svam fritters and sosage. To order a collection, call 0113 2741459, for deliveries, check out Uber Eats.
Henderson’s Cafe. From the full English you’ve been craving to the meaty baguette you never knew you needed, you can get it all at Henderson’s Cafe. They have their own online ordering system, which makes everything super-easy, or you can call them on 0113 2455 124 to arrange a collection.
Viva Cuba. Tapas to collect or delivered to your door, that’s what’s in-store now that Viva Cuba is back up and running. You can use the new click and collect service on their website or order a delivery through Just Eat.
Pudsey, Farsley & Rodley
Deeva. Farsley’s Deeva has started a takeaway and local delivery service so you can pick from a full menu of classic Indian dishes. From 5pm every day, you can order baltis, dopiazas and jalfrezis or go for one of their daily changing special dishes. The only way to order is by calling them direct on 0113 236 0947.
The Manor Inn. The pub may be closed, but The Manor Inn in Pudsey can help you stock up your beers at home. They’re selling 36-pint bags-in-boxes of Saltaire Brewery ale for £90 and cases of 8 bottled beers like Cascade, Blonde and Best. You can collect directly from them or arrange delivery when you send a message to order via their Facebook page.
Thai Sun. You can order from Thai Sun’s website as normal to get this Pudsey restaurant’s South East Asian dishes delivered right to your door. Whether you fancy pad Thai, massaman curry or weeping tiger, order from 5pm on Monday and from 11.30am, Tuesday to Sunday.
Grumpy’s. You can get takeaway pizzas from 4pm to 9.30pm on Fridays and Saturdays. They’re taking pre-orders online, and they book up fast, so get your orders in early. Collection slots at 5 minutes apart, payments are contactless and it’s a smaller menu than usual. 10% off all profits will go to local food banks.
Sabroso Street. After a short break, Sobrosa Street has reopened. They’re open from 4:30pm to 9:30pm for contact-free deliveries from Thursday through to Sunday. You can order direct by calling 0113 345 0165 – payment is taken over the phone. Alternatively, you’ll now find them on Deliveroo.
Ephesus. Turkish food to order, that’s what’s in store with Ephesus. From hot mezze plates to chargrilled skewers, you can get it all to go. They’re open for collections from 1pm to 10pm every day and now offer a home delivery service. To order, call 0113 256 1668.
The Bearded Sailor. Back open and taking pre-orders, The Bearded Sailor is doing a roaring trade in fish and chips. You can book a delivery from 4pm to 7:30pm, Thursday to Saturday. Slots become available at 10am on the day you want your chippy. Deliveries cost £3 for anywhere within 3 miles of the shop. Order and pre-pay online.
Mill Kitchen. The cafe is still closed, but they’ve launched a bread and cake delivery service that will keep your cupboards stocked all through the lockdown. Availability is limited and sells out fast – keep checking back to see if their webshop has been restocked.
Luppy’s Diner. You can order classic American diner-style burgers, pizzas and desserts from Luppy’s Diner in Morley. They’re open from Wednesday to Monday and you can order direct through their website or via Just Eat.
Lime Tree Bistro. For a taste of authentic Turkish and Mediterranean cuisine, you can order to collect or for delivery from Lime Tree Bistro by calling them on 0113 229 4020. From 5pm to 10pm Monday to Saturday and from 1pm to 9pm on Sunday, you can get dishes like Lamb Kofte, Vegetarian Moussaka and Turkish-style Fajitas.
Zoya. Back with two tasty options, Zoya is offering a takeaway service with all your favourite Indian dishes, but you can also get cook-at-home BBQ packs complete with chops, skewers and kebabs. Call their Morley restaurant on 0113 2528 379 or their Oulton restaurant on 0113 2821 681.
Hunslet, Beeston, Middleton and Belle Isle
Bison Steakhouse. Hunslet restaurant Bison Steakhouse are still open for deliveries on Just Eat and Uber Eats. They specialise in quality cuts of meat grown in Yorkshire paired with the finest locally sourced veggies. From burgers to fillet steaks, you can get yours between 3pm and 11pm every day.
Afrochops. Enjoy a taste of the Caribbean without leaving the house with Afrochops in Middleton. You can place orders through their website for contactless delivery and tuck into classic Afro-Caribbean dishes like jollof rice, curried goat and jerk chicken.
Windmill Cafe. Hot sandwiches, full English breakfasts and burgers can be ordered from Windmill Cafe in Belle Isle. You can call 0113 271 7227 to place your order for collection or delivery from 7am to 1.30pm Monday to Friday, 7am to 12pm on Saturdays and 8am to 12pm on Sundays.
The Hog & Apple. Caterers by trade, The Hog & Apple are now bringing their restaurant-quality fare to homes all over Leeds. They’re starting with epic roast dinners, but you’ll soon be able to get chargrilled steak and barbecue-smoked meats, all ready to finish at home. You can order online for collection at New Craven Hall or take one of their weekly delivery slots (free within 10 miles of their York base).
Alfie’s Burger Joint. Get the American diner experience delivered to your door from Alfie’s Burger Joint. They specialise in gloriously messy burgers, hot dogs and loaded fries which you can get daily from 12pm to 10pm if you order through their website or on Just Eat.
Fanoosh. Not only is Fanoosh offering collection from its Roundhay restaurant and delivery services during the lockdown, but they’re also offering 30% off all orders and free delivery within a 4-mile radius. Order by calling 0113 266 2682 or on Just Eat and Deliveroo to enjoy classic Indian dishes like Punjabi Shahi Karahi, Lamb Pasanda and Rohgan Josh.
Haley & Clifford. Choose from a vast array of store cupboard essentials or skip cooking with deli counter treats like their spinach, tomato & goat’s cheese pie. They’re open from 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm on Saturdays and 10am to 4pm on Sundays. For same day deliveries, call 0113 237 0334. For next day deliveries, order online.
The Olive Branch. It’s Mediterranean favourites all round at The Olive Branch. They’re offering a call and collection service from 5pm Monday to Saturday and from 1pm on Sundays, so you can feast on pizzas, platters and pirzola at home. Call 0113 3453 056 to order. Their branches in Alwoodley and Ilkley are also open.
Harpo’s Pizza. A family-run pizzeria with two restaurants in Leeds, Harpo’s have reopened both their stores, so your Friday night pizza is back on. Their Roundhay shop is open from 6pm to 11pm Wednesday to Sunday – call 0113 2694 198 to order.
Pizza Loco. Wood-fired pizzas are a go! Pizza Loco switched to a takeaway model in the blink of an eye, so you can get your fix of nduja or hot honey to eat at home. To order, call 0113 450 3056.
Soosi. Get a taste of the Mediterranean from Soosi in Oakwood. They specialise in a mix of Italian, Persian and Greek dishes from chargrilled meats to stews, kebabs and pizza. They’re taking orders from 11.30am to 10pm daily on Deliveroo or over the phone on 0113 240 0400.
Cervo. If you fancy a classic Italian takeaway, order from Cervo. They do all your classic pizza and pasta dishes, as well as calzones, burgers and specials like chicken parmesan. They’re open from 4.30pm, Tuesday to Thursday and from 12pm, Friday to Sunday for delivery which you can order direct from their website.
Stew & Oyster. They’re running a click & collect service from 3pm to 8pm on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays – order your beer, wine and even stew online then pick it up at your dedicated collection slot. They deliver to LS7, LS8 and LS17 postcodes too. Their stews are available piping hot or as frozen read meals.
Rico’s. This popular Italian is now only open on Fridays and Saturdays from 5.30pm to 9.30pm for takeaways or delivery. You can choose from pizza and pasta or go for one of their main courses like Pollo Alla Crema and Gamberoni All’Americana. Order by calling 0113 295 9697.
Grön. Back in a new guise, Grön has relaunched as a lockdown grocery store. You can get eggs, bread, veggies and just about every kind of milk. While you wait, enjoy a coffee, beer or cocktail. Form an orderly, socially-distanced queue – no pre-ordering required.
Ricethip. Thai food ahoy! Ricethip has moved to a takeaway only model for the foreseeable. They’re serving the usual menu, so you can get everything from teriyaki wings to gaeng dang curry and nasi goreng. Call 0113 240 1010 for contact-free collection at the restaurant or order on Just Eat for delivery. Open from 5pm.
Hessian Cantina & Cocina. After a successful trial run, Hessian is back with a menu of Mexican goodness. Nachos, tacos, burritos – you name it, they got it. It’s collection only and they’re serving from 4:30pm to 8:30pm from Thursday to Saturday – call 0113 2498 777 to order or message them on Facebook.
Chophaus. Meat-loving restaurant Chophaus has relaunched with a heat-at-home roast dinner. You can make a real night of it with starters, mains and desserts – they even have a nut roast. You need to pre-order, because they sell out fast, and you can do that by emailing email@example.com.
Preston. From 12pm to 7pm, Tuesday to Saturday, Preston will be transformed into a pop-up bottle shop. You can get mini-kegs and cases of North Brewing Co. beer, as well as wine, snacks and Northern Bloc ice cream! Pop in for a socially-distanced shop.
Crust and Crumb. If you’re in need of essentials, you can order from Crust and Crumb before 3pm for the next day. They have fresh bread alongside scones, savoury rolls, eggs, coffee and milk. To place your order for delivery call 0113 268 0098 and to place an order for collection send a message to their Instagram page.
Wayward Wines. Known for their organic wines, Wayward will keep your cupboards and your fridges stocked through lockdown. Spend £30 for free delivery to all LS2 to LS8 postcodes. Live further afield? You’ll need to spend £95 for free delivery.
Alley Cats. You can get classic American grub delivered to your door from Alley Cats. They’re still serving up their signature grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers, fried chicken and loaded fries. Order online for collections or through Uber Eats for deliveries.
Caspar’s Bottle Shop. If you’re low on beer, schedule a visit to Caspar’s in Chapel Allerton. From 12.30pm to 6pm, they’re allowing one customer in the shop at a time to purchase craft beer using contactless. You can also put an order in by dropping them a message on Facebook with payment done by bank transfer with local delivery for minimum orders of £20.
The Mad Greek. You can enjoy gyros, souvlaki and moussaka as much as you like during the lockdown thanks to The Mad Greek. They’re taking orders through Just Eat from 4pm Monday and Tuesday, 12pm Wednesday to Sunday, so you can get your fill of classic Greek eats.
El Bareto. Treat yourself to tapas for tea with El Bareto in Chapel Allerton. They’ve gone to collection only and you can place your order by calling them directly on 0113 266 6946. Not only will you get dishes like albondigas, paella and patatas bravas, but you can also get 20% off all takeaway orders until 1st May 2020.
George & Joseph. Cheesemongers George & Joseph will keep you stocked on the finest cheeses and more. You can place an order on their website for cheese, chutneys, wines, beer and bread for free home delivery to local areas. You can also pop by the shop, which has a one-in, one-out policy for card payments only.
Casa Mia. You can order both fresh and cooked food from Casa Mia. The Italian cafe has put together a deli menu so you can get everything from pasta and wine to soup, sauces and fish for delivery if you order it the day before. They also have their normal takeaway menu running. Order by calling 0113 262 3322, emailing them or through their website.
Corner House Coffee Bar. A thriving cafe in the heart of Moortown, Corner House is open for collection and deliveries. You can get freshly made pies, sandwiches and breakfast dishes as well as a host of cold and soft drinks, including alcohol. You can place your order over the phone on 0113 268 2733, pick up directly from the shop or order on Deliveroo and Just Eat.
House of Koko. Open from 9am every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, House of Koko will cater for your bunch-at-home needs. Their menu takes you from French toast to bagels, with all the freshly brewed coffee you could want. They’re also delivering speciality beer, courtesy of Distrikt. Call 0113 262 1808 to order for collection or delivery.
Pinche Pinche. After a short break, Pinche Pinche has reopened with a reduced menu of burritos, guacamole and nacho kits. You can also add drinks to your order, including beer and wine. They’re open from Thursday to Saturday – order online for delivery or collection.
MorMor. During the lockdown, MorMor are offering a collection service out of House of Koko from 5pm to 10pm, Thursday to Saturday. Text your order to 07725 792279, they’ll send you a time slot for collection. Alternatively, you can order their famous flatbread wraps, sides and mezze on Deliveroo.
Dapur Malaysia. Tangy, aromatic dishes to go, that’s what you can look forward to at Dapur Malaysia. They’re open for collections from 4pm to 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays or you can get a delivery from Uber Eats. They also offer a range of chilled ready-meals to prepare to keep you going through the week.
Canteen. The Chapel Allerton sister to Sela and Wax has reopened to give you everything you loved about going out at home. Their ‘take home’ kits combine beer, cocktails and pizza to get your evening off to a glorious start. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order. Collection and delivery available.
Further North. From 12pm to 7pm, Tuesday to Saturday, Further North will be transformed into a pop-up bottle shop. You can get mini-kegs and cases of North Brewing Co. beer, as well as wine, snacks and Northern Bloc ice cream! Pop in for a socially-distanced shop.
Opposite. The Chapel Allerton cafe is open for collections and deliveries, so you can get all manner of delicious baked goods. Expect bread, pastries and homemade cakes, alongside their new buddha bowls. Hot drinks are available for collection too. Opening hours vary, but are currently 9am to 3pm Wednesday to Sunday. You can order collections and deliveries online.
Sukhothai. After 2 months of shuttered doors, Sukhothai has reopened its Chapel Allerton restaurant for takeaways and deliveries. You can feast on Thai curries, loaded plates of Pad Thai and all the spring rolls you can squeeze in. Order through Deliveroo.
Punk Vegan. You can get a load of Punk Vegan’s meat-free junk food if you order on either Just Eat or Uber Eats. They specialise in guilt-inducing vegan grub like heaving burgers, loaded fries and massive pizzas. They’re open from 5pm Monday to Wednesday or 10am from Thursday to Sunday.
Grove Cafe. Equally as popular with vegetarians as it is carnivores, Grove Cafe is ideal if you fancy a proper takeaway. Stacked burgers, tasty pizzas and fiery curries, take your pick. You can order direct with free delivery by calling 0113 230 2727 or by logging onto Just Eat.
Bangkok Express. Now only open for delivery from Hyde Park Corner, Bangkok Express serve up classic Thai takeaway eats. We’re talking flaming hot curries, loaded plates of noodles and vibrant soups, all delivered to your door. You can order from their website from 5pm daily.
Popina’s. This legendary Hyde Park cafe will keep you fed during the lockdown. Their ginormous Full English breakfasts are the stuff of legend, but they also do sandwiches, jacket potatoes and burgers. You can order from Just Eat between 9am and 5pm daily.
HFC. KFC may be closed by HFC is still open and it’s just as good. They’re delivering as normal, so you get your fix between 11:30am and 10pm daily. Order direct from their Hyde Park shop or get your dinner via Just Eat.
Hyde Park Book Club. Back open but not quite back to themselves yet, Hyde Park Book Club will be selling essentials like bread, milk alternatives, booze and those epic Beyond Meat burgers to cook at home. Takeaway coffees are on the menu too. Collection only from 12pm to 5pm on Fridays and from 10am to 5pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
Crag House Farm Shop. You can get all your essentials from the Crag House Farm Shop in Bramhope. They’re restricting the number of people who can shop inside, but you’ll be able to pick up essentials like eggs, milk, bread and meat. They even have ready meals, made fresh in-house. They open daily from 9am and offer a click and collect service.
Village Pizza. You can bag classic Neapolitan pizza made using only the finest Yorkshire ingredients from Bramhope Village Pizza. They’re open from 5pm, Wednesday to Sunday for orders through Just Eat or over the phone on 0113 284 3278.
Dumouchel Patisserie. A family-run boulangerie, patisserie and chocolaterie in Garforth, Dumouchel is a local legend. They’re taking pre-orders, so you can stock up on fresh breads and pastries, as well as sweet treats and hot dishes ready for freezing, like boeuf bourguignon and poulet basques. Order online or emailing email@example.com.
Franco’s Pizza. This local legend at Thorpe Park is open every day. You can get any of their iconic pasta or pizza dishes (we’re talking rich ravioli lobster and quattro formaggi pizza) to collect by calling 0113 260 5580.
Pride & Produce. Push bikes at the ready, Pride & Produce will be delivering tasty treats within 3 kilometres of their Garforth cafe. Their popular Saturday brunch will make an appearance, but you can also get weekday lunches. They sell out fast. To order, email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop them a message on Facebook or Instagram.
La Cantina 44. You can now get the full Early bird and à la carte menu as takeout from La Cantina 44. They’re operating a collection only service – call 0113 368 0066 to make your order and you’ll be given an estimated pick up time to collect it. Payment will be contactless wherever possible.
Spice Zone. You can’t eat-in, but you can order takeout from Spice Zone. They’re open every day from 5:30pm to 10pm and you can order online for collection of delivery.
Skyliner. Now open from 11:30am to 7pm, Skyliner has adapted to social distancing measures. They aren’t taking advance orders, but they’ll have a member of staff outside to take orders and they’ve marked out queue spots for while you wait. Only one person will be allowed in the shop at a time to collect their food. Contactless payments only.
Wood Fire Dine. Pizzas, charcuterie platters, dough balls – Wood Fire Dine is back with a bang. They’re open for collections from 5pm to 8pm on Thursdays and from 4:30pm to 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays. Last orders 30 minutes before closing. Email email@example.com to order. You can also order bake-at-home pizza kits and gluten-free dough online.
Gray’s of Rothwell. It started with grazing boxes, morphed into afternoon tea to-go and now they’re doing takeaway coffees too – the fine folk at Gray’s of Rothwell have really found their stride. If you want one of their boxes, you need to order in advance – it’s easy, just reserve a spot on Facebook and follow the instructions sent.
Dill & Bay. Takeaway pies, Sunday roasts, and yes, sticky toffee puddings – Dill & Bay has all your favourites, ready for contact-free collection. Order online, pick-up at the restaurant, enjoy at home. Available Wednesday to Sunday.
Salute. After a short break, Salute is back with a menu of Italian classics. Think traditional pasta dishes like penne arrabbiata and penne al forno, alongside a selection of oh-so-tasty pizzas. Call 0113 282 0508 to order, pay by phone, then collect your order at your chosen time. Gluten-free pasta and pizza available on request.
Tuana Mediterranean Restaurant. The very best Turkish and Greek cuisine, delivered to your door – that’s what lucky Adel locals have in-store for them. Tuana is open for collections and deliveries from 5pm to 9pm, Thursday to Sunday. Call 0113 2672 888 to order or send them a message on Facebook.
Sorisso Italian. A family-run Italian restaurant that’s adapted very well indeed to lockdown, Sorisso is serving a huge menu of traditional dishes with everything from calzone to carbonara. Come Sunday, they have a whole roasted Italian-style chicken! They offer contact-free collections and deliveries – call 0113 267 2671 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to order.
Barnies Fish N Chips. Need a fish dinner in lockdown? Barnie’s is serving all your chippy favourites from 11am to 8:30pm Monday to Saturday and from 3:30pm to 8:30pm on Sundays. Call 07516 926767 to order for delivery.
Browns Greens. Back with a bang, Browns Greens is now offering collection service from Thursday to Saturday. From bagels to salad sharers and Friday night curries, they’re going to make lockdown ever-so-tasty. Pre-orders only, collection slots allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Call 07375 849731 or email email@example.com to order.
The Billing Tea Room. This little vintage tea room is doing a roaring trade in takeaway afternoon teas for collection or delivery. They also have a menu of hot and cold sandwiches, jacket potatoes and salad boxes, as well as a hot meal of the day. Open Monday to Saturday – call 0113 345 3980 to order.