Bars, restaurants and food shops are doing their best to provide food and drink under lockdown conditions. It’s hard now and it’s difficult to think how small independents will fare going forward. Ordering a takeaway or click and collect will help these businesses survive.
In York Kiki Burton of Cardamom & Dill is offering a Friday night three course vegetarian supper. She is also the best resource for knowing what other food deliveries are available in the city both restaurants and shops. Her list Nourish York is updated daily. Newly added is Skosh of York whose Bokkusu is a takeaway menu on Friday and Saturday evening.
The newly refurbished Hovingham Inn are doing their fabulous roast dinners for you to reheat at home. Hovingham Inn Your Home on Saturdays and Sundays, phone 01653 628428.
James Mackenzie at the Michelin starred Pipe and Glass have begun weekend takeaway meals – a two course Sunday lunch is £22.50 per person. As predicted they sell out quickly
Andrew Pern of the Star Inn at Harome and two of his daughters aged 21 and 15 have been cooking for the NHS, at least they were until the North Yorkshire County Council wrote to him about child employment after seeing them on Look North. They have since apologised for their error.
We’ve heard from Salvo’s in Leeds, who have launched Collection, a click and collect menu of pizza and pasta, pasta bakes and a cook-at-home pizza kit. They have a whole menu of food and wine from their neighbouring Salumeria. Their Salumeria Platter at £22 is filled with salamis, mozzarella, caperberries, sun dried tomatoes Puglian sourdough and more. On Sundays they are offering a whole roast chicken with chips and coleslaw. Well done Salvo’s.
The Truffled Hog deli in Stokesley put together generous sharing boards – salami’s, cheeses, scotch eggs, terrines, bread crackers and so on. Newly added, cook at home cookie dough. Prices start at £13 and they’re at 28 College Square, Stokesley.