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Oh Me, Oh My! You Can Do Fine Dining at Home with These New Takeaway Services

· Ali Turner · Food and Drink

Fine dining to take away, yes please!

Vice & Virtue

Next level food, delivered to your door – Leeds is bringing fine dining home.

If you’re missing the luxury of eating out, we have something guaranteed to please – fine dining at home. Three of the city’s very best restaurants have reopened as takeaways, so you can go on a culinary adventure without leaving the house. From seven-course tasting menus to British classics taken to the next level, this is so much more than your usual takeaway.

Vice & Virtue

Vice & Virtue

For the last 4 weeks, Luke Downing has been working tirelessly on a new take-home menu and now you can try the fruits of his labours. This seven-course dinner has all the creative flare you’d expect of Vice & Virtue, the only difference is that you’ll be savouring it at home. Each dish can be finished at home, with video tutorials to help you turn it into a work of art. It’s £35 per person and includes dishes like duck terrine with rhubarb, pistachio and truffle brioche.

Order in by 8pm Wednesday for collection at Feed Leeds between 12pm and 8pm on Friday or Saturday. Email info@viceandvirtueleeds.co.uk to order.

Matt Healy x The Foundry

Matt Healy at The Foundry

It’s official – Matt Healy is back with our favourite high-end dishes. From Friday to Sunday, you’ll be able to get the Foundry’s Greatest Hits – a menu of swoon-worthy dishes that have wowed the crowds for the last two years. On the first two days of the weekend, you can snaffle classics like beef tartare and truffle Mac & cheese, then on Sunday they’ll switch to their almighty roast dinner. It’s available for collection or delivery, making it even easier to enjoy at home.

Book online through their takeaway service.

The Swine That Dines

The Swine That Dines

The Swine that Dines has reinvented itself once again to give us a three-course tasting menu at home. Every dish lives and breathes their nose to tail, root to shoot ethos, so expect refined food that takes full advantage of seasonal local produce. They’re running their veggie menu simultaneously, so prepare to make a tricky decision – will it be confit Yorkshire duck leg with puy lentils and salsa verde or squash and fennel lasagne. Collect from store on Friday or Saturday, reheat at home and revel in the deliciousness.

Email info@thegreedypigkitchen.co.uk to order and they’ll call back to organise a collection time.