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Discover the takeaway options available for Derby locals

Shoppers can still enjoy a takeaway when they visit the Derby Centre for essential shopping, as a wide range of its restaurants, cafes and eateries remain open this month.

From a bubble tea treat at 40 Degrees Cha and fresh cream cakes from Greggs and Birds, to taking home Wagamama’s famous Katsu curry or an indulgent pasta dish from Zizzi, visitors can end an essential shopping trip to the centre with their favourite food and drink.

Getting into the festive spirit is easy with seasonal drinks from one of the centre’s much-loved coffee brands. Try out the new decadently rich Terry’s Chocolate Orange Hot Chocolate from Costa Coffee, or pick up a Christmas classic with the Pumpkin Spiced Latte from Starbucks, as both stores remain open for takeaway.

Takeaway options at the Derby Centre include:

  • 40 Degrees Cha
  • Birds 
  • Costa Coffee 
  • Five Guys 
  • GDK
  • Greggs
  • Heavenly Desserts 
  • Krispy Kreme 
  • Rikshaw Urban Indian Kitchen
  • Starbucks
  • Wagamama 
  • Yangtze
  • Zizzi

Stores such as Sainsbury’s, M&S Foodhall and Wilko, as well as pharmacies including Boots and Superdrug, all remain open for essential shopping, while over 15 of the centre’s brands, including Zara, Next and The Fragrance Shop, are offering free click and collect services.

Free all day parking is also in place for throughout the month, with Level 4 of the centre, Basement and Bradshaw Way car parks all remaining open. 

To ensure the safety of visitors and staff there are a number of safety measures in place across the centre, with staff on standby to help manage footfall, frequent cleaning across all visitor touch points, hand sanitising stations, as well as the requirement to wear face coverings throughout.

Adam Tamsett, general manager at the Derby Centre, said: “We’re delighted many of our restaurants, cafes and eateries are still able to operate by offering takeaway, giving the Derbyshire community a much-needed sense of normality.

“We continue to follow government guidelines, keeping the centre open for essential shopping, as well as click and collect services from a number of brands. We’re also offering free parking in three of our car parks throughout the month, to help our customers during their essential trips to the centre.”