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We have pulled together a list of amazing restaurants around London that are now offering a home delivery service.
By Alex Martin | May 20 2020
Movement within London has been severely restricted due to the coronavirus Covid-19. People are now only allowed to leave their homes for very specific reasons and dining out on the town is not one of them. Restaurants and bars have been forced to close, but many have turned to delivery services in an effort to keep their businesses alive.
With the help of online delivery services like Supper and Deliveroo, you can still get your fine-dining fix from the comfort and safety of your own home. We have pulled together a list of amazing restaurants that are offering a home delivery service.
The one-Michelin-starred restaurant has brought fine dining into the modern era. It is certainly one of the city’s best restaurants, but its doors are closed until further notice. However, head chef Ollie Dabbous and his team continue to work hard in the kitchen, and they are now offering a delicious menu for delivery. You can order dishes such as Suckling pig with mustard fruit puree or roast scallop with Jerusalem artichoke and black truffle through the Supper app. Hide is also a very popular breakfast spot and is famed for its fresh bread and pastries. Those too are available for delivery.
Jean-Georges Vongerichten is one of the most successful fine-dining restaurateurs in the world, boasting sites in some of the most exclusive hotels in major cities across the world. Many of them are now offering a delivery service, including his restaurant at The Connaught hotel in Mayfair. You can order signature dishes such as the Lobster and fried squash flower stuffed with prawns and his Pizza of Fontina cheese and rich black truffle.
Kahani is one of the best Indian restaurants in London with the Michelin-starred chef Peter Joseph producing a beautiful fusion menu of classic Indian recipes made with fresh and organic British ingredients. Choose from a wide range of small dishes and large plates, including Tandoori broccoli, Lobster tail tossed with shallots and the gorgeous Hyderabadi biryani.
Michelin-starred Trishna will resume delivery service from its Marylebone Village base on May 22, with its menu inspired by the south-west coast of India. Customers will be able to choose from old favorites including Hariyali Bream, Chicken Pepper Fry, and Seafood Biryani, as well as indulging in a choice of Feast menus. Delivery radius including Marylebone, Mayfair, Paddington, St John’s Wood, Fitzrovia, Euston via Deliveroo.
Last year, the hugely popular Michelin-starred Gymkhana was forced to close following a devastating fire. It reopened earlier this year with a new look and revamped menu and was booked for weeks in advance. Now, it has been forced to close again, but from May 22 will be offering delivery for the first time. The takeout menu contains favorites such as its Tandoori Masala Lamb Chops, Butter Chicken Masala and Wild Muntjac Biryani. A bespoke Feast Menu for Two has been curated, and its four courses include the likes of Gol Guppas & Aloo Papri Chaat and Kid Goat Methi Keema. Delivery radius including Marylebone, Mayfair, Paddington, Knightsbridge, Victoria, Sloane Square, St. John’s Wood, Camden, Primrose Hill, and King’s Cross launches May 22 via Supper.
Scalini is an institution of London’s dining scene and has been serving elevated traditional Italian cuisine for decades. Located in the heart of Chelsea, it has been a place to be seen for London’s power elite, and that same clientele can now experience gorgeous Italian food at home. Supper recommends the Chef’s Special, Spaghetti Gennaro. The delicious dish is an Italian staple: Spaghetti tossed in garlic, chilies, white wine with a tomato sauce with julienne of raddicchio and courgettes finished with Parmesan.
Farzi Café is a modern Indian Bistro that specializes in modern variants of traditional Indian cuisine. The restaurant itself is a hotspot on London’s social scene and it has a loyal following amongst young professionals. You can now order many of the restaurant’s best dishes, including the Tandoori goat shoulder served with a cumin puff and the famous Dal Chawal arancini. There is also a selection of vegan dishes for those inclined.
Motu Indian Kitchen comes from the same team who run to one-Michelin-starred Gymkhana, which was fully booked for weeks and weeks until the crisis kicked off. As one of Delvieroo’s Edition Kitchens, Motu was made for home delivery and there is no option to dine in. That means the menu has been completely formulated to travel well.
Le Comptoir Robuchon is a very new restaurant in London, but the food it is serving will be recognizable to many gourmands. As the name suggests, the restaurant serves world-class French cuisine that honors the legendary Joël Robuchon. The menu offers a selection of simple yet sophisticated sharing plates and a selection of some of Robuchon’s most famous recipes.
Brat serves beautiful dishes from the Basque Country, and in response to the coronavirus lockdown, the chef Tomos Parry has opened a Farm, Grill and Wine shop. You can choose from a selection of the menu’s signature dishes to go as well as the fantastic produce the kitchen would usually use for lunch and dinner.
Hakkasan Mayfair is one of London’s most popular Chinese restaurants. It is one of the only Chinese restaurants to boast a Michelin star and serves some of the best dim sum in the city. Supper offers a range of Hakkasan’s set menus, including handy meals for one, two or four people.