Independent restaurants, pubs and cafés across Gloucestershire are offering the chance for us all to chow down on delicious grub in the comfort of our own homes during the second Coronavirus lockdown.
From home deliveries with contactless drop-offs to click and collects, these local Gloucestershire businesses are keeping the county well-fed and well away from the supermarkets. Beats dried pasta any day…
Please note, this list will be updated by SoGlos's journalists on an ongoing basis...
Pizza lovers can currently get 10 per cent off the incredible Fat Toni’s takeaway menu by ordering through the restaurant’s brand new website, with options for collection and delivery available.
There’s burgers, wings and fries all on the menu, including some limited edition favourites, for delivery from Holee Cow in Cheltenham. Use Deliveroo to place an order.
With a tapas takaway menu available for collection or delivery, The Coconut Tree in Cheltenham will bring its unique Sri Lankan street food to your door. To place an order from SoGlos’s Restaurant of the Year 2020, call (01242) 465758 or visit the website.
Serving up handmade sushi, sashimi and steaming bowls of ramen, KIBOU is re-launching its online click and collect service for the second lockdown, giving customers the chance to tuck in to its traditional Japanese grub from home.
With charcuterie boards to a selection of artisan cheeses, Maison Chaplais will remain open throughout November 2020 for shoppers to pick up delicious deli treats and even grab a gelato to take away.
Once Upon a Tea Room in Cheltenham is creating themed afternoon teas, s’mores grazing boxes, brunches and more, for collection or local delivery. Place an order online directly, or through Deliveroo and Uber Eats.
SoGlos’s Takeaway of the Year 2020, Simpsons Fish and Chips offers a click and collect service, where customers can place their order online and pick it up when it’s ready, following social distancing guidelines of course. Hungry punters can also get its award-winning fish and chips delivered to their door via Just Eat and Deliveroo.
With a click and collect service, 288 Bar and Wok is bringing its sensational Chinese food to your home. There’s even a ‘what’s in the box’ mystery meal option for anyone who’s feeling adventurous!
Keeping its famous Smokey Phi Phi barbecue fired up throughout November 2020, The Railway’s authentic Thai street food is available for home delivery and collection seven days a week. Customers are also able to order a range of drinks from the pub, all served in sealed containers.
Championing the traditional flavours of Bombay through its extensive Indian street food menu, Bombay & Co is operating a click and collect service throughout lockdown 2.0. Available to enjoy at home from Tuesday to Sunday, orders can be placed via the website to collect between 5pm and 9.30pm.
This time around, Hetty’s Kitchen plans to keep its famous ‘cake hatch’ open for business, as well as remaining open for mail orders so customers can enjoy its banging brownies without leaving the house.
Settebello at Gloucester Docks is offering comforting Italian food to order via Just Eat. With deliciously cheesy al forno style dishes like aubergine parmigiana, to pizzas, calzones and even desserts to choose from.
Gloucester’s rugby themed pizza restaurant, Hooker & Eight, is running a delivery and collection service from Wednesday to Saturday during lockdown, offering part-cooked pizzas and calzones to finish off in the oven at home. Orders for same day delivery must be placed online by 1pm.
Famous for its great food, Foston’s Ash Inn is open for takeaways offering homemade pizza every Thursday from 5.30 to 9pm, pub classics every Friday from 5.30 to 9pm and Saturday from 12 to 9pm, and delicious roasts from midday to 5.30 every Sunday.
Fat Toni’s in Stroud is offering a contactless pizza delivery service and click and collect. Order online directly from the restaurant to enjoy its hand-stretched sourdough pizza at home.
Head to its website to order ahead and Stroud champion chippy, Simpsons, will bag it up ready for swift collections. Cod and chips with as little contact as possible.
Sample Somewhere Else’s eclectic menu from home, as the Cirencester restaurant is remaining open for takeaway throughout November 2020. Food and drinks, including themed cocktails, are available to order from 12pm to 9pm every day with a click and collect service, delivery to Cirencester locals through CirenEats, and grab and go options for hungry passers-by.
Craving a taste of the Mediterranean? Tierra and Mar in Cirencester has customers covered with its takeaway menu, which featured a range of European dishes, from tapas to Spanish style rice, during the first lockdown.
Malt and Anchor in Cirencester is open for takeaway and delivery from 5pm Monday to Friday and 12pm Saturday. It’s even offering a special Fish and Fizz deal on Mondays and Wednesdays, with two portions of its signature battered cod and chips and a bottle of Prosecco.
Jack’s is staying open for hot food, drinks and sweet treats over lockdown, with different freshly baked cakes to choose from every day. Customers are welcome to pop by or order their food online in advance, with a handy collection hatch to help maintain social distancing.
The Old Prison has closed its recently refurbished cafe for now, but the kitchen remains open for takeaway food and drinks from Friday to Sunday, 9am to 4pm. Customers can order online or by phone for a preferred collection time, or stop by to order at the door.
Baz and Fred’s popular pizza joint The Stump and sister venue The New Inn Coln are open for takeaways Wednesday to Friday 5 to 8.30pm, Saturday and Sunday 12 to 8.30pm during the second national lockdown.
Severn & Wye Smokery is offering a home delivery and collection service, so customers can choose from a host of artisan products from the deli, food store and fish market from the comfort of their own homes. To place an order, call (01452) 760191 or fill out an online order form.
Tewkesbury’s The Hide Coffee and Tea House will be open for takeaway, with locally sourced coffees, breakfast wraps, cakes and scones among its offering. Plus, its South African-inspired evening takeaways will be making a comeback – with details to be confirmed soon.
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