Morrisons reopens its 402 cafes for takeaways including bacon sarnies and fish and chips

MORRISONS has launched a chain of new supermarket takeaways inside its branches.

The supermarket is offering food such as fish and chips, bacon sarnies and an afternoon tea to take home across its 402 in store cafes nationwide.

The new service includes all day breakfast and a bacon or sausage sandwich for breakfast, while lunch and dinner options include beef burgers or southern fried chicken burgers with onion rings, coleslaw and chips and a 10 inch pizza in a range of flavours.

You can also buy a kids meal of chicken nuggets, chips and a drink or a garlic and cheese bread.

Desserts are also available, with chocolate fudge cake or strawberry cheesecake on offer.

All items on the menu are prepared in Morrisons cafés and packaged in cardboard takeaway boxes.

For the opening, customers can also get their hands on one of the breakfast sandwiches plus a hot drink for £1.95, while the afternoon tea for two costs £10 or £15 with the addition of prosecco.

To order a takeaway, you have to call the national hotline number on 0330 808 9733.

You will then be asked to give your postcode, choose your nearest store, and then you will then be transferred to the store’s café team who will take your order.

All meals will be ready for collection half an hour after the order is placed.

Any orders made over the phone are paid for on collection.

When collecting your order, you have to enter the cafe, pay and wait for their order at designated waiting spots.

When your order is ready, it will be placed on a table by a worker ready for you to pick up.

Alternatively, you can visit the cafe when in store to place your order or you can use Deliveroo in some locations.

Deliveroo will have an additional cost for delivery, so make sure you bear that in mind when making your order.

But to collect it from Morrisons is free.

To find your nearest cafe, use the store locator tool.

As lockdown eases, other cafes, restaurants and fast food places are offering deliveries or takeaways to hungry Brits.

Greggs has reopened 800 branches for takeaway only this week.

McDonalds meanwhile expanded its list of reopenings even further to 11 service stations for takeaway and click and collect.

And Costa has also reopened for takeaways, but has a reduced menu.


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