Wednesday 25 November 2020

Corn Hall Deli and MBB Brasserie becomes social distancing supermarket

Corn Hall Deli and MBB Brasserie in Cirencester is transforming into a social distancing supermarket during the coronavirus lockdown, to enable people to shop at a lower risk.

Cirencester’s Corn Hall Deli and MBB Brasserie has become a social distancing supermarket to help customers during the Coronavirus lockdown.

Offering groceries and ready meals prepared by the chefs at MBB Brasserie and The King’s Head Hotel, people can order online or by phone for collection. Customers can then drive to the Corn Hall in Cirencester, where their order will be delivered to their car to minimise physical contact.

Ethan Rodgers, the executive chef at MBB, has worked with his suppliers to stock up on essentials like bread, eggs, fruit and vegetables. The team are also making ready meals big enough for two, as well as homemade pies and sausage rolls.

NHS staff can get free delivery, and emergency service workers get 20 per cent off with a Blue Light Card.

A delivery service to rural villages or a pop-up shop may be on the cards if further lockdown measures are introduced.

For more information or to place an order, call (01285) 641818.

© SoGlos
Wednesday 25 March 2020

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