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Food suppliers in Great Yarmouth who can deliver to you

PUBLISHED: 12:23 04 April 2020 | UPDATED: 12:39 21 April 2020

Fish and chips. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Fish and chips. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

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If you can’t go to the restaurant, let the restaurant come to you.

The owner of Stardust fish and chips in Hopton is worried about the impact of A47 roadworks on his business Picture: Gary CostarThe owner of Stardust fish and chips in Hopton is worried about the impact of A47 roadworks on his business Picture: Gary Costar

With the country under lockdown, a number of restaurants are now offering takeaway and delivery services for people who are staying at home.

Here is a list of some of those businesses in the Great Yarmouth area that are now delivering food:

The Olive Garden restaurant in Gorleston. Picture: Geraldine ScottThe Olive Garden restaurant in Gorleston. Picture: Geraldine Scott

• Stardust Fish and Chip Shop, Hopton 01502 735862

• Debiz Cafeteria, Martham - hot dinners for the elderly, delivered to the door at a safe distance. Ring or text 07941562774 to pre-order.

• Olive Garden, Gorleston - takeaway/collection service starts at 4.30pm until 8.30pm with 7.30pm delivery to Great Yarmouth. Call 01493 444779

• Whites Lounge Bar, Scratby - fresh, pre-prepared oven ready meals delivered to your door. Call Dawn at 07833 113287

Planet Spice in Ormesby says it is the victim of a text message attempt to destroy its reputationPlanet Spice in Ormesby says it is the victim of a text message attempt to destroy its reputation

• The Marine Pub, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth - open for takeaway only.

• Planet Spice, Ormesby - Indian restaurant open for takeaway only. Call 01493 731111.

• China Garden, Gorleston - order online through JustEat.

• Trisha’s Chippy, Scratby - two medium cod and chips for £10. Call 01493 732876.

The Marine pub, on Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, pictured before the lockdown, is offering a takeaway service. Picture: Google ImagesThe Marine pub, on Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth, pictured before the lockdown, is offering a takeaway service. Picture: Google Images

• Martham Kebab and Pizza - open for collection or delivery. 10pc discount for key workers on collection orders. Call 01493 740334 for collection or 01493 748158 for delivery.

• China Boy, Hemsby - Free delivery. Call 01493 730733.

• Naawab, Hemsby - Indian food. Call 01493 733660.

• Grelly’s Fish and Chips, Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth - open for collection or delivery. Call 07880 435461.

• Scratby Bakery - Call 07747 393178 www.scratbybakery.co.uk/

• Allens Butchers - Call 01493 733555 www.facebook.com/allensbutchersHemsby

• Thompsons Food Service - Call 01493 249649 info@tfsltd.co.uk

• Hirst Farms Ltd - Call 07796 101130 www.hirstysfamilyfunpark.co.uk

• Rundles 5 a day - Call 07407 540578 http://www.rundles5aday.co.uk/

• Veg Box - Call 01603 389365 vegboxbuh.co.uk

• Coastal Food Supplies - Call 07920 615884 coastalfoodsupplies@aol.com

• Centurion, Caister, takeaway meals, ring 01493 720427

• Doggers Plaice, Caister, open Friday and Saturday, 11:30am till 1:30pm and 4:00pm till 7:00pm. Call 01493 728776 and order in advance.

• Golden Kebab and Pizza House, High Street, Caister. 01493 722 680. Free delivery.

• Fryer’s Delight, Nelson Road, 01493 857777. Fish and chips and more.

• Lekthai, Great Yarmouth. Offering 50pc off for key workers. 01493 249123.

• Indian Kitchen, Repps with Bastwick, 25pc off on all orders for people working for NHS with a valid NHS card, 01692 670001/670002.

• HMS Hinchinbrook Seafood and Grills, Great Yarmouth, open Thursday to Sunday, 5pm to 9pm, 01493 843588.

This list, while correct at the time of writing, is subject to change.

If your business is also offering a takeaway and delivery service, and you would like to be included on this list, contact: daniel.hickey@archant.co.uk


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