Find out which restaurants and shops you can order from as Deliveroo launches in Rushden this week

It includes High Street favourites Five Guys and Wagamama as well as local gems like La Estrella tapas bar and Debs Fish Bar

Thursday, 3rd December 2020, 10:35 am
Deliveroo is launching in Rushden this week

Deliveroo has announced which restaurants and shops you can order from as the service launches in Rushden this week.

More than 30 restaurants and shops are now available to order from on the app and website that enables people to check out the very best local food in their area.

The delivery service has teamed up with independent restaurants like La Estrella tapas bar and Debs Fish Bar and well-known high street favourites like Five Guys and Wagamama, as well as grocery retailers and convenience stores such as Co-op.

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The food delivery company will continue to add new local restaurants, takeaways and convenience stores to the platform over the coming months.

They are also giving customers 20 per cent off orders for the next eight weeks.

Deliveroo says the launch will be a major boost to small restaurant businesses across Rushden who will be able to reach new customers and grow their restaurant businesses through offering delivery.

Working with Deliveroo increases restaurants’ sales as they can reach a wider range of customers.

This enables restaurants to expand their businesses, often employing more staff, broadening their menus and lengthening opening times as a result.

Deliveroo will also be looking for people in Rushden to become riders.

Riders will be able to work when they want and where they want, delivering food and groceries to customers’ doors in under 30 mins.

The Rushden launch comes as Deliveroo will also be extending further into the suburbs of existing cities or towns that it currently operates in.

The drive behind the rapid expansion is underpinned by the company’s belief that people in every part of the UK should have access to amazing meals wherever and whenever they want them.

Harrison Foster, regional director in the UK, said: "Launching in Rushden is a key milestone for Deliveroo.

"Rushden has a thriving foodie community and a wide range of restaurants and retailers, so we’re excited to connect them.

"We look forward to working with our new partners to reach a new customer base and expand their businesses.

"Deliveroo will also create work for up to 50 local riders and we are thrilled to offer a flexible role to the community.”

Customers have the option to schedule orders via the Deliveroo app up to one day in advance or receive food as soon as possible between 11.30am and 11pm on weekdays and 11.30am and 11pm on weekends, from a variety of independent eateries, traditional takeaways, high-quality chain restaurants as well as grocery retailers.

Here is the full list of restaurants available on Deliveroo in Rushden, with more restaurants set to join in the coming weeks:

- BG Sandwiches

- Blue Mountain Yard

- Café @ 25

- Caribbean Flava

- Co-op - Higham Ferrers

- Curry Express

- Debs Fish Bar

- Favorite Chicken & Ribs

- Five Guys - Rushden Lakes

- Gallarwoods at The Carriage House

- Heavenly Desserts - Rushden

- Irthlingborough Kebab and Pizza

- Irthlingborough Pizza

- La Estrella Tapas Bar

- Mamma Mia Restaurant

- Market Square Bakery

- Miah's Kitchen

- Nando's - Rushden Lakes

- Okra Grill

- One Stop Rushden

- Pizza Plus - Rushden

- Salvatore's

- Simply Indian - Irthlingborough

- Subway - Rushden - 45596

- The Breakfast Box Wellingborough

- The Red Cafe

- The Red Cafe Fish And Chips

- Vegan House Cafe

- Wagamama - Rushden Lakes 247

- Wildwood - Rushden Lakes

- Zizzi - Rushden Lakes

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