If the word ‘takeaway’ conjures up images of cardboard pizza boxes and greasy chicken chow meins then quite frankly, you’re doing it wrong hunny. With London’s top restaurants stepping up to the plate to offer you Michelin-starred meals delivered (and even fancy silverware) to be enjoyed in the comfort of your own living room, every night can now be a black-tie affair. From delicate desserts washed down with vintage Champagne, to perfectly-cooked wagyu steaks and six-course tasting menus, these fine food London delivery services are truly putting the ‘oo’ in Deliveroo.
Part of the oh-so-fancy Hotel Café Royal, Cakes & Bubbles is the brainchild of Albert Adrià, who just so happens to be the world’s greatest pastry chef (according to The World’s 50 Best Restaurants). Available to order on UberEats and Supper, the menu here is made up of almost-too-pretty-to-eat sweet treats and bottles of vintage Champagne. Priced at £12, Adrià’s signature cheesecake is made with Baron Bigod cheese, hazelnut and white chocolate and is certifiably the stuff of after-dinner dreams.
Looking for Michelin star delivery in London? Hakkasan earned its star over 17 years ago, and has been a mainstay on the fine dining scene ever since. Serving a menu of quality Cantonese cuisine, this luxury spot is going above and beyond with Hosted by Hakkasan, . Not only can you expect signature dishes like grilled wagyu beef and Peking duck adorned with caviar, but the bespoke service also includes a dedicated event manager, personalised chef consultations, access to the wine cellars and even the restaurant soundtrack. This is no ordinary at home experience.
Jean-Georges at The Connaught
Part of the luxury five-star hotel The Connaught, Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s restaurant combines beloved British classics and exciting flavours from South-East Asia. The perfect treat for those who enjoy the finer things in life, the luxury afternoon tea delivery offering here includes a selection of delicate finger sandwiches, wholemeal scones and beautiful pastries - all you need to provide? The hot water for the tea. Or, if you’re looking for that extra slice of opulence to brighten up your lockdown lows, order yourself a portion of Imperial Beluga caviar, priced at a cool £440 for 30g, it’s some pretty precious cargo to be loading on to the back of a moped.
The menu at Hide is all about showcasing the very best in British produce. As much as possible is made in-house, from the bread and jams to juices and puddings, and a full list of suppliers can be found on their site for complete transparency. Whilst this high-quality cuisine can usually only be experienced in the treehouse-esque surroundings of the central London venue, it can now also be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home. The ultimate fine dining delivery in London, highlights from the menu include wagyu meatloaf and roast Huntsham farm suckling pig with mustard fruit and black pudding. There’s also an extensive wine list courtesy of Hedonism, with over 9,000 bottles for you to choose from and a sommelier on hand to advise on pairings.
A relatively new addition on London’s luxury dining scene, Folie is the uber-chic restaurant inspired by the French Riveria. The perfect antidote for any cancelled holidays, they’re now offering to bring a taste of the fine dining experience to your own home, with everything from bespoke tableware to great music playlists and, of course, their signature dishes. Feast on Côte de bœuf or black truffle linguine whilst knocking back a selection of fine wines and cocktails, before heading to the hallway to dance the night away, you’ll even save money on the cab fare.
Looking for luxury meals delivered? Part of Gordon Ramsay's famous restaurant empire, Lucky Cat is the swanky Mayfair spot that specialises in pan-Asian cuisine. Menu highlights include super fresh sashimi, crispy tofu bao buns and Herdwick lamb cutlets, marinated in miso and served alongside tofu cream and chilli. The mouthwatering menu is available to click and collect between Tuesday and Saturday, or for delivery via the SUPPER app.
When it comes to Michelin-starred meals delivered, Chef Jun Tanaka of The Ninth has got you covered with his offering of seasonal French cuisine with a Mediterranean twist. Feast on sea bream with lemon confit and miso fennel and salted beef cheek, served with pickled beetroot and horseradish. Or if you're looking to get busy in the kitchen? Opt for the conchiglie truffle DIY kit, which comes complete with easy to follow instructions.
Headed up by Stevie Parle, Buy Joy is the new online shop offering luxe groceries, delicious DIY kits and popular dishes from FLORA. If you're keen to really push the boat out? We recommend loading up on the whole lobster, which is served with homemade aioli, and finishing up with a slice of the drool-worthy American quince and apple pie. And if Aldi just isnt cutting it for all your basics, there's also a huge variety of artisan cheese, seasonal produce and fresh fish to load up on. Food shopping has never looked so glam.
Making a name for himself at some of New York's finest restaurants, Daniel Humm is now at the helm of Davies and Brook, Claridge's famous fine dining spot. And while the 5-star luxury hotel remains closed, Londoners can still feast on signature dishes such as roast chicken with foie gras and black truffle in the comfort of their own home. And for something a little more casual? There's also Claridge's fried chicken, which is served with Parker House rolls, broad bean hummus, house pickles and potato salad - the perfect luxury feast for one.
Always leading the charge on innovative and exciting dining experiences, the gang at Six By Nico are back again with an all-new offering. Chateau-X is a luxury fine food delivery service. Perfect for a romantic at home date night or special occasion treat, the meal kits include an incredible 28 day dry-aged chateaubriand with thyme and roasted garlic, a chateau-c smoked salt blend with sauce au poivre, three seasonal sides and a stellar bottle of red wine, all for just £70.
Looking for a luxury vegan food delivery service in London? Pied à Terre is our top pick. The Fitzrovia-based restaurant has pivoted its services to offer gourmet plant-based three-course menus to be enjoyed at home. Available for delivery every Friday and Saturday, example dishes include globe artichoke and pink peppercorn soup, vegetable green curry with lemon pilau rice, and a silky smooth chocolate mousse with bananas and desiccated coconut.
Wanting something a little more lowkey for your next Friday night treat? Check out our guide to the London restaurants that are now delivering here.