Takeaway meals from the The Lord Combermere

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We would like to keep all of our wonderful customers up to date during these testing times. The Lord Combermere is currently open for business as usual and we thank you for your continued support. We do however understand that due to the current situation, many of you are unable to join us and our thoughts are with you.

Take-away meals

We are able to provide take away meals if required and where possible for customers unable to leave their home, we will endeavour to deliver locally. Card payments can be made over the telephone.

Please click on the link below the picture for a copy of our take away menu. All items are subject to availability as our wholesale suppliers are struggling with stocks of some food items. We will of course keep you up to date if the attached menu faces significant changes due to circumstances beyond our control.

To place orders from this takeaway menu, please telephone us on 01270 812277
We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our amazing team for all that they do.

All of our very best wishes, Allan, Jo and The Lord Combermere team.

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