As the nights get longer and our motivation to create something from Ottolenghi’s midweek dinners gets smaller, takeaways become of undeniable importance to the smooth-running of a day. Like, absolutely essential.
Deliveroo fills our tummies in the same way that Uber moves and expands them - with great ease. And we’re not just shovelling grey fish and chips or a limp tikka masala into our gut anymore, our tongues expect more from our apps.
Business Insider UK teamed up with Deliveroo to show us what’s getting delivered to us by heroes on bikes. Here’s a little glance at what you’ll be pawing your phone for after your Christmas party this evening.
Birmingham: Chilli Squid from Yakinori, £4.99
Belfast: Burrito Bowl from Boojum, £5.10
Edinburgh: Steamed Chicken Gyoza from Wagamama, £5.95
Bath: Chicken Tinga Burrito from Mission Burrito, £5.95
Leeds and Manchester: Chargrilled Chicken Tortilla from Barburrito, £6.50
Southampton: Prince Charles is Overrated from 7Bone, £7
Plymouth: Hub Burger from Hubbox, £7.95
Sheffield: Big Daddy Kane from Twisted Burger, £8.25
Bristol: 6oz Prime Beef Burger from The Burger Joint, £8.50
Liverpool: Awesome Frickin Chicken from Almost Famous, £8.50
Cardiff: John Wayne from The Grazing Shed, £8.95
Cheltenham: Cod from Simpson’s of Cheltenham, £9
Brighton and London: The Dead Hippie from MEATLiquor, £9.75
Glasgow: Cheese + Bacon Burger from BRGR, £10.45
Cambridge: Byron Burger from Byron Burger, £10.50
Reading: Chicken Japan Katsu Curry from Coconut Bar & Kitchen, £10.50
Newcastle: Fat Hippo from The Fat Hippo, £10.90
Windsor: Pad Thai from Thai Square, £11.95