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Nottingham Independent Cafes and Restaurants Now Doing Delivery, Take-Out and Special Offers

18 March 20 words: The LeftLion Team

This page is being constantly updated, so we will provide you with the latest foodie news and offers when we can....

New Offers

Kushi Ya
The Japanese grill restaurant are currently gearing up for home deliveries on Deliveroo and Just Eat. In the meantime, you can grab a norty 10% off collection. Or, if you’re not feeling too well but still want to support them, they’re also offering gift vouchers that you can buy.

No 12
If you’re craving a proper vegan food fix (sometimes a bowl of porridge just doesn’t cut it), nearly all of No 12’s brunch items can be packaged up nicely for delivery. Plus, next week they’re starting up a delivery menu on Uber Eats that can be delivered straight to your door.

200 Degrees
Fancy a strong brew? We all need one of them at the minute. You can now subscribe to 200 Degrees' coffee bean subscription service and claim 50% off with the code TWOHUNDREDFF, valid until Wednesday 30 April.

The Cheese Shop
Forever looking out for the cheese fiends of Notts, The Cheese Shop will be loading up their van and starting a delivery service of cheese, crackers, jams, chutney, bread, eggs and the whole shebang for those who fancy ‘em. Perfect for a living room picnic.

One of the city’s best-loved curry houses wants to ease the anxieties of local folk by offering free delivery straight from their restaurant on Maid Marian Way. They’re still offering up their full a la carte menu so you can still look forward to your favourite dish.

The Little Brickhouse
The Little Brickhouse are offering a brand new delivery option for some of their menu items, which currently changes daily. Fresh turkish delights, cinnamon rolls and more have all been on offer, but it's worth checking their social pages regularly to see what tasty stuff you can get your mitts on.

Tough Mary's Bakehouse
Fresh bread! Fresh pastries! Tough Mary's can deliver all the sweet comfort food you're currently craving to north, south, east, and nearish city-centre Nottinghamshire areas. They've got certain times for certain areas, so check on their Insta when you can nab some of the goodness.

The taste of luxury definitely doesn't lie at the bottom of a 30p soup tin, and if you're fancying some luxury, Alchemilla has got a special delivery menu. They're offering posh soups, currys, and even puddings such as sticky toffee pudding. Ideal if you want to celebrate a birthday or summat.

The Bakehouse
This one’s for all you Sherwood folk. The Bakehouse are continuing their lovely take out menu, with coffees and cakes as well as their main menu all being available to pick up from the shop. You can also ring ahead with your order if you don’t want to hang about.

We’re sure there would have been some sort of organised revolt if these lot decided to shut up shop, so luckily for you lot, you’re still able to get your sugary fix. Doughnotts are now offering click and collect from their Bakery HQ car park in NG2, although there are limited numbers available.

Studio Chocolate
Chocolatey goodness at its finest. You can still order chocolates, brownies, cakes and all their other amazing stuff. They even have chocolate-scented candles, for those looking for a little relaxation. And, they're offering free delivery in the Nottingham area too. Aces.

If you like pina coladas when you're caught in the midst of a pandemic, Bunk have now got their cocktails on Uber Eats and Deliveroo. You can also order chicken wings and other finger-lickin' sides that'll go down a treat with them. 

Annie's Burger Shack
Everyone's favourite burger shack are now offering "call and collect" on both their breakfast and burger menu, which means you're still able to get that Elvis in the midst of a world emergency. Simply give 'em a call and meet them at a Shack entrance for them to take your contactless payment. 

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