14 delicious lockdown takeaways in Bath
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From authentic Italian pizza to fish and chips, here are some tasty options for Bath takeaways during lockdown
The award-winning Scallop Shell will be reverting to take-away service only. Order classic favourites such as cod loin and fishcakes or more adventurous shellfish dishes such as crisp fried prawns and breaded langoustine tails. All are served up with a generous portion of freshy cut chips.
Sweet Little Things’ afternoon teas can be ordered for delivery within a 15-mile radius. Choose from the standard option with sandwiches, homemade scones and delicious dainty cakes, or add a glass of prosecco for an extra treat. Children’s afternoon teas are also available.
When you’re in Bath, a visit to Sally Lunns for their world-famous Sally Lunn Bunn is always a delicious treat, and now, for the first time in 300 years, you can get Bunns delivered direct to your door. Go to their website to order yours by post for next-day delivery or send as a gift. (UK mainland delivery only).
Mrs Potts Chocolate House, tucked alongside the Abbey on York Street, will be open for take-aways. Visit the website to pre-order a chocolate fix of indulgent brownies, chocolate inspired deserts and cakes including the Mrs Potts Chocolate Dream Cake – a four layered chocolate cake with a dark chocolate ganache filling and white chocolate Swiss buttercream icing – total heaven!!
Pizza lovers can still get a take-away pizza from Bath Pizza Co. in Green Park Station or from the ‘smallest pizzeria in the world’ – The Pizza Bike at the Bell Inn, in Walcot Street will deliver you an amazing sourdough pizza, available every Friday and Saturday, 4-9pm.
Vietnamese-born, Noya combines her culinary and artistic backgrounds to create authentic and beautiful dishes for her restaurant Noya’s Kitchen. Dishes to Go is back during this period of lockdown on a Friday (order by 9pm Wednesday). The take-away menu will change weekly but look out for dishes such as crispy pork dumplings, Cambodian beef curry, coconut and ginger chicken curry and tofu and sweet potato curry.
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Simi’s Kitchen homemade supper clubs can be collected from Pulteney Street or delivered to your home for an extra charge. Simi’s food takes inspiration from Persian, Azeri, Turkish, Arabic and Indian cooking with a menu changing every fortnight. Based around produce grown in her own allotment, dishes are mainly vegetarian with one meat option.
Mint Room at Home will bring you the restaurants’ outstanding menu that draws upon both traditional and modern Indian cuisine. Using British ingredients, the menu places emphasis on distinctive, adventurous, and highly flavoursome dishes. Call the restaurant for more details.
Every Saturday during lockdown, Demuths Cookery School – the original plant-based cookery school, inspiring vegan ways of working with food - will be offering a food collection service. Each week will be a different menu but look out for favourites such as Southern Indian Thali.
Bath wine company, Novel Wines, specialise in truly unique wines from lesser known regions, sourced by buyers Ben and Gyorgy. Each bottle has been hand-picked for quality, giving you confidence to explore and try something new. Shop online and enjoy free delivery to BA1 and BA2 postcodes. Craft beer fans can enjoy locally brewed beer by ordering from Electric Bear Brewing, Abbey Ales Brewery and Beercraft of Bath.