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Happy New Year!

New Years Eve seemed very different this year but with the help of sloe gin and plenty of champagne I made it through. Hope you did too...

There are tough weeks and months ahead, as we all face an unwelcome re-run of spring 2020, now we are suddenly restricted in a way we’d never imagined. But we need not despair. We are wiser today, and hopefully better prepared. With a new vaccination and Trump out of the white house!! I’m sure we can survive anything.

The Dropping temperatures and darker mornings make it the perfect time to feed on some winter warmers from my new takeaway menu and brighten up your week/weekend!!! with a special New Year menu for a more indulgent treat.

Whether you live alone or with a partner, roommate or family, there are plenty of ways to beat the Covid 3.0 blues.

I’m available and devoted to cooking takeout throughout lockdown, however long it may last, with an updated menu of Winter warmers and also the option to create a unique custom menu for your occasion.

Please find attached my latest takeout menu, happy to take any of your favourites on request.

Available if you live within 25 miles of PL15

Call on 07545805297 or email so we can chat and create a dining experience to exceed your expectations

Kindest regards

Philip Burgess

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