Canary Wharf – Real Local Food. Delivered Real Fast.
In Canary Wharf, our first partner joined us in Sep 2011. We now have 3 restaurant partners, serving over 2 different cuisines including Indian, Pizza, Chinese, Kebabs, Chicken. We work with the best restaurants and have had 893 reviews, with an average rating of 4.95. With a population of over 73,390, we want to feed everyone and our restaurants are open for business from 12:00PM until 11:30PM... What are you waiting for?
Real Chicken. Delivered Real Quick.
Chicken Nuggets, Chicken Strips, Spicy Wings, BBQ Wings, Chicken Kebab Wrap, Peri-Peri Chicken, Tandoori Chicken – yep, a lot of people eat a lot of chicken in a lot of ways. In the UK alone, half the meat we eat now is Chicken. Whether you like it fried, grilled, roasted, baked, boiled, barbecued or acting cool in a salad. Whether you crave a head-spinning Peri-Peri stinger or a finger lickin’ KFC Zinger. Whether you need a small bite, a few strips or a Mighty Bucket. Whether you want Hot Wings or Halal. That taste your tastebuds are yearning for is probably Chicken. And the quickest way to satisfy that yearning is with a local delivery order through your Just Eat app.
Peri Peri Chicken
Hot for spicy chicken? Here’ a few globally inspired suggestions that can be on your doorstep in minutes. Piri-Piri Chicken (that’s Swahili for Pepper-Pepper) is usually made with lemon, garlic, sweet paprika, oil and African bird’s-eye chillies. (Yum-yum.) Jerk Chicken is a native Jamaican dish where meat is dry-rubbed or wet marinated with a hot spice mixture of ingredients like scotch bonnet chillies, thyme, allspice, green onions, nutmeg and cinnamon. And Tandoori Chicken, which originated in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, is prepared by roasting chicken marinated in spices and yoghurt to produce sublimely tender, richly red chicken pieces with a tremendous depth of flavour. Serve with rice or Naan. Order with Just Eat.
Who says chickens can’t fly? They’ve got wings and they move like lightning on a Just Eat Delivery Bike. When Chicken Wings are deep-fried or grilled, their skins retain natural moisture to create juicy, succulent, flavoursome mouthfuls. Spicy Wings (aka Hot Wings) are marinated in a hot sauce: usually cayenne pepper, black pepper, garlic and honey, and range from mildly spicy to ‘WHOOOAH!’ Buffalo Wings (named after their US city of origin, not the large herbivore,) are coated in a vinegar-based, hot pepper sauce and melted butter. BBQ Wings are dipped in (you guessed it) BBQ sauce. And Tandoori Wings have that scrumptious, crisply red exterior from being marinated in Tandoori spices, lemon and yoghurt sauce. Hungry? Time to wing it.
We've got lots to choose from...