We’ve all had dreams of our favourite restaurants delivering top-quality dishes to our doors, but I don’t think we ever thought this is how it would happened. Nevertheless, the time has come to step up and show London’s eateries how much we value them beyond fancy interiors and table service. Below you’ll find our growing list of London restaurants now doing delivery and takeaway, from sandwich-makers ready to be your hangover heroes, to upscale eateries bringing fine dining to your living room floor. The next few months are going to be rough on restaurants, so buckle up, kids, because it’s time to chow down.
Saffron Circle: South Hampstead’s craft Indian kitchen is ready to deliver small plates, curries, breads and biryanis to those living locally.
Signature Brewery: The Tottenham taproom have released a Pub in a Box pack that features as many as 24 of their core and seasonal beers, alongside snacks, mats and a music quiz.
1251: James Cochrane’s lauded Upper Street spot will be launching a delivery service so you can still grab a taste of these unique plates.
Top Cuvee: These Finsbury Park bottle-poppers will be going all out with local deliveries of small plates and seasonal wines, as well as sending non-perishables further afield.
Sons + Daughters: Kings Cross’ epic sandwich team will be making sure your hangover prayers go answered by sending their sandwiches out across the city or let locals pre-order for takeaway.
Four Legs: Those of you lucky enough to live within a mile of The Compton Arms can be sinking your teeth in Four Legs burgers as they continue to offer takeaway and delivery for those in the area.
Farang: Highbury Park Road’s Farang is letting you take home its stunning Thai plates either hot-to-trot or ready for freezing and devouring at your own convenience.
Spicebox: Vegan food rarely looks as good as it does at Walthamstow curry house Spicebox. Order their plant-based curries for delivery, or drop in and pick-up a tiffin box to take home.
Black Axe Mangal: There’s nothing more rock’n’roll than staying inside and Canonbury Road’s most heavy metal eatery is here to help by launching their ludicrous menu for delivery and takeaway.
Poppies: The best chip-shop chips in London could be landing in your living room as Poppies teams up with Deliveroo to offer dinner bundles across their Camden, Soho and Spitalfields sites.
Bodega Rita’s: King’s Cross’ global deli and sandwich specialists have switched to a delivery or pick up system so their selection of innovative fillings can still find their way into your lives.
Popham’s: If you’re in residence within a mile of Popham’s Hackney or Islington shops they’ll be able to deliver you their mix of sweet and savoury pastries, ready-to-cook pastas and fresh bread.
Prawn on the Lawn: This Islington seafood spot is offering a 25% discount to any intrepid eaters looking to pick up some fresh fish dishes to takeaway.
Palm Greens: With venues in both Hackney and King’s Cross, these veggie favourites are continuing to bring you lots of delicious salads packed full of flavour and those all-important vitamins.
Coal Rooms: You won’t be missing your Sunday lunch as Peckham Rye’s roast kings are now letting you order tasty spreads of lamb, beef, chicken and trimmings right to your door.
Masala Wala: Brockley’s best curry house is making sure you don’t go without good Pakistani fare - and their small but mighty menu makes for the ultimate takeaway.
Artusi: Peckham pasta fiends can find solace at Bellenden Road’s Artusi. Head over with your own tupperware and they’ll whip you up something fresh to order to take away with you.
Sarap: Brixton Market’s favourite Filipino BBQ spot is looking to offer its delicious meaty offerings as a takeaway option.
Good Neighbour: Perfect for an isolation date night, Camberwell wine bar The Good Neighbour can send you cheese and charcuterie sharers and some impressive bottles.
Lost & Found: Already a Deliveroo favourite, Balham’s Lost & Found can get you the goods as they look into expanding their selection of beers, wines and house cocktails.
Sorella: This Clapham spot, alongside sister restaurant Counter Culture, is still open for Italian eats and aperitivos, but they’ve also added a selection of take home kits which include plates of pasta, starters and sides.
Bala Baya: While we’ll miss their blush, Bauhaus-inspired interiors, for the time being we’ll have to make do with ordering in their gorgeous plates of Tel-Avivian cuisine.
Milk: Alongside takeaway options, this Balham brunch spot has launched a ‘Room Service’ menu that will courier breakfast and lunch to local doors, as well as sending DIY dish bundles across London.
Sparrow: Seasonally-mind Lewisham spot, Sparrow, is launching a call and collect service for its regularly changing menu. To kick off? A mouthwatering array of Sri Lankan-inspired plates.
Taco Queen: Just because you can’t sit in, doesn’t mean you can’t tuck into Baja fish tacos and loaded nachos as this Peckham taqueria is letting you grab dishes to takeaway.
Don Luigi: One of Streatham’s newest pizzerias, Don Luigi is already on hand to deliver their range of authentical and freshly-made Italian pizzas, pastas and antipasti direct to your door.
Farmer’s Mistress: Slide into the DMs of this friendly Battersea spot because they’re packing vital care hampers for those in isolation, including essentials such as milk, bread and eggs.
Flour & Grape: Bermondsey’s purveyors of handmade pasta and excellent wines are in the process of developing a ‘Pasta & Wine At Home’ concept that should see their delicious plates winging their way to you once more.
Spinach: Lordship Lane brunch spot Spinach are making sure you eat your greens as they offer delivery and takeaway for veggie-smothered open-faced sandwiches and hearty salads.
Social Pantry: The Wandsworth-based catering hub will be putting together breakfast, lunch and dinner supply packages and delivering to anyone living in a whopping six-mile radius.
Diogenes The Dog: This quirky Elephant and Castle wine bar is providing plenty of plonk during the lock down. Simply call them up, describe your meal and they will help you pair the perfect bottle, which can then be delivered to your door.
Super Ya Ramen: With a bricks-and-mortar opening on hold for the meantime, this Hackney spot is opening up a hatch for delivery and takeaway of steaming ramen bowls and other treats.
Mao Chow: Get your fill of hearty vegan eats as this Hackney-based Chinese spot is offering delivery of noodles, bao and smacked cukes for those in surrounding areas.
Lardo: Those living around London Fields can still get their fill of delicious pizzas, pastas and fresh Italian salads as Lardo will be keeping its takeaway hatch firmly open.
Visions: Get stuck in to some of East London’s most exciting sandwich options as this Shoreditch cafe and deli is pivoting to delivery to make sure your WFH lunches don’t fall by the wayside.
Pickywops: Firing up some of the finest vegan comfort food in East London, this Brick Lane pizzeria can deliver its slices, sumptuous pastas and loaded fries to wherever you are.
Snackbar: Dalston’s Snackbar is fronting a whole range of mouthwatering bites for delivery and collection, include veggie-heavy rice bowls, kimchi-stuffed sandwiches and even cooking supplies.
Renegade: Bethnal Green’s only winery will pop their bottles right to your doorstep. Stock up on their unique supply of London vino, perfect for pairing with whatever you’re cooking up.
Bubala: Tuck into Middle Eastern feasts with a veggie twist from the comfort of your sofa because Spitalfields outfit Bubala is also jumping on the delivery and takeaway train.
Scout: Hackney’s Scout will be offering up their pre-mixed concoctions for delivery so you can still enjoy some of London’s best cocktails while sat at home in your jim-jams.
Angelina: Chic Dalston spot Angelina are making the jump to delivery and these unique Japanese eats are certainly ones for a slightly more decadent date night.
Bong Bong’s Manila Kanteen: Million Pound Menu winners Bong Bong's will be keeping their Hackney Road kitchen open for delivery and takeaway of their delicious Filipino street food.
Fare: Old Street’s Fare will be continuing to bring you all their delicious Italian offerings, with delivery for those in walking distance and collection for those further away.
Townsend: Despite being newbies on the restaurant scene, Whitechapel’s Townsend are already preparing a bespoke delivery menu composed of gorgeous small plates and paired wines.
Mother Kelly’s: Stock up on nothing but the best craft brews with help from Hackney’s Mother Kelly’s. Their taproom is still open, but you can also catch them on UberEats.
Andina: Shoreditch favourite Andina is continuing to make the most of its lush spring menu by offering its mix of ceviche, street food, salads and smoothies available for delivery.
Lucky & Joy: Clapton lovelies Lucky & Joy will be continuing to churn out their delicious Chinese small plates.You’ll be able order from their Clapton HQ very soon.
Bright: These East London favourites alongside sister site Peg are offering pick-up and delivery dishes, including pasta, fried chicken and tiramisu, while Noble Fine Liquor and P Franco are sorting you for great wines to match.
Prairie Fire Barbecue Kitchen: This White City spot are available via Deliveroo, so West London residents can treat themselves to 15-hour smoked brisket, burgers and craft beer.
Romulo Cafe and Restaurant: Award-winning Filipino cafe and restaurant Romulo will be able to deliver some sweet eats to those living within a 1 mile radius of their Kensington pad.
Chicama: One of Chelsea’s best seafood restaurants has launched a call and collect service for those looking to dine in on sublime plates of fresh fish with a Peruvian twist.
Casa Dino: Chiswick’s family run Italian, Casa Dino, is letting you order almost their entire menu for delivery and takeaway, and you can even get your hands on one of their house cocktails.
Kricket: Offering delivery across all their venues, from White City to Brixton, Kricket can sort you for a delectable range of modern Indian dishes made with British produce.
Pastaio: Home to some of London's best plates of pasta, this Westfield and Soho spot is keeping doors open, but also delivering you the goods.
Bluebird: This pretty White City cafe is all set up to send out a delicious range of modern British eats to West Londoners, as well as sandwiches, salads and desserts.
Big Easy King’s Road: American comfort-food fanatics Big Easy are giving you the American diner experience at your own dining room table as they bring you delivery from their Chelsea kitchen.
Eggslut: West London egg-lovers are in luck as this Notting Hill cafe keeps their moreish range of fresh egg sandwiches on the go for all your breakfast, lunch and second lunch needs.
Central & The City
Jimmy's: These guys are bringing the party to your front door with a selection of hampers; think Sunday roasts, sourdough pizza, fondue and even wine, cheese and charcuterie specials.
Honey & Co: More than just making their moreish Mediterranean menu delivery and takeaway, Fitzrovia’s Honey & Co. are also putting together ingredient hampers for keen cooks.
Master Wei: Holborn’s award-winning Master Wei are making sure their Xi’An eats are still available on all your favourite delivery apps including their signature biang biang noodles.
Rüya: Luxe anatolian restaurant, Rüya, will be offering something a little more high-end for at-home eats, with a selection of dishes and fine wines to takeaway.
Crudo: This friendly cevicheria in the heart of Fitzrovia will continue to bring customers bowls of healthy, fresh and affordable ceviche to enjoy at both work and home.
Mac & Wild: Grab yourself a taste of Scotland as Mac & Wild continue to run their delivery service from their Liverpool Street location.
Wild By Tart: Belgravia’s Wild by Tart will be delivering fancy hampers to all those in need of deli-style snacks, DIY breakfasts, wines, beers and non-perishable goods.
Bao: These central London bao specialists have gone the whole hog and launched a new delivery brand Rice Error. Details are still under wraps, but they’ve referred to it as ‘Almost BAO but RICE’.
Pachamama: Chicama’s party-animal of a sister restaurant is also switching to takeaway across their Central and Shoreditch locations, with aim of opening up delivery services soon.
Freak Scene: Serving up a brand new takeaway and delivery menu, Freak Scene is dedicated to getting their eye-wateringly cool Pan Asian bites into your bellies.
Kahani: Chow down on modern Indian eats from a Michelin-starred chef in your own home as Belgravia’s Kahani is live on Deliveroo for all your fine dining needs.
Cutting Room: Staying in doesn’t mean giving up your commitment to sustainability and now you can order in some eco-minded plates from Charlotte Street’s Cutting Room.
Lady of the Grapes: Another spot bringing date night to you is Covent Garden’s Lady of the Grapes. The wine bar is ready and prepped to deliver bottles, cheese and charcuterie to locals at no extra cost.
byChloe: Central London’s prettiest plant-based spot is going online. You’ll still be able to grab a decadent lunch as byChloe keeps its burgers, salads, soups and sides coming.
Casa do Frango: If you’re looking for a more upmarket piri-piri chicken chow down Casa do Frango has got you covered with takeaways and deliveries from its London Bridge and Shoreditch sites.
Patty & Bun: The burger pros are whizzing their wares all over the city thanks to Deliveroo, meaning you can tuck into their buns without having to change out of those trackies.
Benares: Fine Indian dining will be winging its way to anyone in a 2-3 mile radius of this Berkeley Square beaut as they unveil a full takeout menu perfect for your next big date night in.
Keep an eye on this list as it will be updated with more items as they come in.