Full list of food chains that will offer takeaway and delivery in second lockdown including McDonald’s, KFC and Subway
FROM McDonald's to KFC, we explain which food chains will still allow delivery and takeaway during the second national lockdown.
It comes as the government confirmed the whole of England will be placed in lockdown for four weeks, starting from tomorrow, November 5.
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As a result, hospitality businesses including restaurants, pubs and cafes will have to shut until Wednesday, December 2.
But while diners can't eat in, fast food places will be allowed to offer takeaway food and delivery services.
It means you'll still be able to tuck into your favourite fast food grub – just from the comfort of your home.
The new rules apply to England only – Scotland and Wales have separate coronavirus restrictions in place.
Unlike the first lockdown, pubs will only be allowed to serve takeaway pints if they're ordered in advance.
If you're ordering food for delivery, keep in mind you'll likely pay extra for the luxury of getting it delivered to your door.
Delivery charges between the major providers – including Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats – will vary depending on the restaurant you choose and how far away you are.
Here's which places will remain open for takeaway and delivery:
Burger King hasn't said if it'll still be offering delivery or takeaway during the second lockdown.
It currently runs home delivery options through Deliveroo and Just Eat, while click and collect is available through its website.
Burger King doesn't charge extra for click and collect.
The fast food chain also runs drive-thru in some restaurants, but again, it hasn't said whether these will still be running.
We've asked what plans they have for delivery, click and collect and drive-thru during the lockdown and will update this story when we hear back.
Caffe Nero will still offer takeaway in stores, as well as home delivery through Uber Eats.
In addition, customers will able to click and collect as normal through the Caffe Nero app.
Caffe Nero doesn't charge extra to click and collect.
Costa Coffee also confirmed to customers on Twitter that it will continue offering takeaway, delivery and click and collect options.
Customers can currently order for home delivery through Uber Eats, while click and collect – which doesn't cost extra – is done through the Costa app.
In addition, Costa also operates drive-thrus and these will remain open.
Domino's remained open during the first lockdown for delivery and takeaway orders.
The pizza chain will do the same this time round, in what will be welcome news for its customers.
Domino's doesn't charge extra for delivery or click and collect, both of which can be ordered directly through Domino's website.
Five Guys will offer both takeaway and delivery during the second lockdown.
Takeaway, which doesn't cost extra, can be ordered through the Five Guys website and app, or delivery is done through Deliveroo.
The burger chain also offers "curbside" collection where customers order through the Five Guys website first and their food is brought out to their car.
Franco Manca will continue to offer delivery and click and collect in "almost every" restaurant – but it hasn't said how many.
Currently, Franco Manca offers delivery through Deliveroo, or order and collect through its website.
The pizza chain doesn't charge more for click and collect.
Frankie & Benny’s
We don't yet know what Frankie & Benny's plans to offer during the second lockdown.
At the moment, customers can order for home delivery via Uber Eats and Just Eat, or click and collect, which is free to do, from the Frankie and Benny's website.
It's good news for Greggs fans, as the bakery chain has confirmed customers will still be able to order food to take away or for delivery.
Greggs delivery can be ordered through Just Eat, while click and collect – which doesn't cost extra – is done through the Greggs website or through the free Greggs Rewards app.
Customers will also be able to place orders in stores, but again, food must be eaten away from the premises.
KFC has confirmed it will carry on doing takeaway and delivery during lockdown.
Currently, the fried chicken chain delivers through Just Eat, Uber Eats and Deliveroo. You can also click and collect through the KFC app.
In addition, KFC runs drive-thru lanes in some of its restaurants. Customers will also be able to order in stores as normal, although only for food to take away.
Leon will continue to do takeaway and delivery across 48 of its restaurants – we've asked if any are temporarily closing and we'll update this article when we know more.
In an email to customers, it said it will keep as many open as possible.
At the moment, it offers delivery through Deliveroo and Uber Eats.
Click and collect, which doesn't cost extra, is also available through the Leon website.
McDonald's will remain open for takeaway, drive-thru and delivery during the second lockdown.
If you're ordering to your home, delivery for McDonald's can be ordered through Uber Eats and Just Eat.
For in-store orders, customers can pay via the self-service order screens, at checkouts, or in advance for click and collect through the My McDonald's app.
McDonald's doesn't charge extra when ordering in advance through its app.
Nando's fans will also be able to get their food fix via delivery or takeaway.
Delivery through Nando's is operated by Deliveroo, while you can order for click and collect direct through the Nando's website.
Nando's customers don't pay more to click and collect.
Papa John's continued to deliver during the first lockdown, with click and collect options also available directly through the pizza chain.
We'll update this article when Papa John's confirms its plans for the second lockdown.
Pret a Manger
Pret a Manger has confirmed it will remain open for takeaway and delivery during the second lockdown.
The coffee specialist currently offers delivery through Just Eat.
Customers can also order in advance via click and collect through the Pret website or app.
Prezzo will close its restaurants for dining in from 5 November but will still be offering takeaway and delivery from 58 locations.
Delivery from Prezzo is currently available via Deliveroo and Just Eat, while you can also click and collect – which doesn't cost extra – through its website.
The chain hasn't yet said which branches will be open, but told The Sun customers can check on its website from Wednesday evening to find out.
Pizza Hut operates both delivery and takeaway options, both of which will still be available over the next few weeks.
Both delivery and click and collect can be ordered direct through Pizza Hut.
Customers can also order for delivery via Uber Eats, Deliveroo and Just Eat, depending on where you live.
Pizza Express hasn't confirmed if it'll carry on doing delivery and click and collect.
The pizza chain offers delivery through Deliveroo, while click and collect – which doesn't cost extra – is available through the Pizza Express website.
Shake Shack told The Sun its Soho and Leicester Square brances in London and the Lakeside restaurant in Essex will close temporarily until December.
The rest of its dine-in resturants, which are all located in London – Mansion House, Brent Cross, Westfield Stratford, Canary Wharf, Covent Garden, Tottenham Court Road and Victoria Nova – will be open for delivery and click and collect.
Its Cardiff restaurant, which has been shut due to restrictions in Scotland, will also reopen for delivery and takeaway on November 9.
Plus, the chain's branches open for delivery only – Battersea, Bermondsey, Brighton, Islington, Reading and Swiss Cottage – will stay open as usual.
Shake Shack offers delivery through Deliveroo, or click and collect through its website.
Subway fans will still be able to get their foodie fix during lockdown.
Customers can currently get food delivered via Just Eat, Uber Eats and Deliveroo, or they can order in advance for click and collect through the Subway app.
During lockdown, you'll also still be able to order food inside stores but only for takeaway.
Starbucks hasn't said if it'll continue offering takeaway and delivery.
At the moment, diners can get Starbucks delivered via Uber Eats, or they can order ahead for pick-up through the Starbucks app.
We also don't know yet if TGI Fridays will still offer takeaway and delivery throughout the second lockdown.
Currently, Fridays only offers delivery at two of its restaurants (Cheadle and Fareham) or you can click and collect through its website.
Wagamama said it will keep "as many" of its branches open as possible for both click and collect and delivery, but it hasn't revealed exactly how many will still serve customers.
The restaurant chain currently offers delivery through its website, Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just Eat.
Wagamama customers can also click and collect at no extra cost through its website.
Yo! Sushi hasn't said if it'll continue offering delivery or takeaway.
It currently runs delivery through Just Eat and Deliveroo, while you can also order for collection at no extra cost through its website.
Zizzi offers delivery through Deliveroo, but it hasn't said whether it'll continue doing this during lockdown.
We've asked for clarification and we'll update this article when we know more.
At the moment, customers can also order food in advance at no extra cost through the Zizzi website.
During the last lockdown, fans went wild for McDonald's drive-thru with mile-long queues at some locations.
The second lockdown will see gyms, non-essential retailers and bars shut.
But supermarkets and shops that are deemed essential, such as pharmacies, will remain open.
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