Kebab to a curry - how has Covid changed your ordering habits?

Deliveroo motorbike riders in Norwich. Picture : ANTONY KELLY

A Deliveroo rider in Norwich. - Credit: copyright ARCHANT 2017

After pubs and restaurants first shut their doors when the pandemic broke out, it wasn't long before we all turned to takeaways.

There were few other options for our Friday night treat or mid-week pick-me-up.

Platforms such as Just Eat and Deliveroo saw signifcant jumps in order numbers, and restaurants, cafés and street food traders focused on delivery to earn an income.

The rate of demand may have slowed as restaurants reopened and booking a table once again became an option, but for many a takeaway is still now a regular part of the week.

We'd like to know how your eating out - or in - habits have changed over the last 18 months.

Please do fill in our short, and anonymous, survey below. 

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