Hinckley residents can try food from town’s new fast-casual dining restaurant – but only through Deliveroo

Mason Moore & Vaughan Moore | 18 April 2022

HINCKLEY’S new fast-casual dining restaurant, the Sticky Sisters, are now serving up food to the people of Hinckley – but on a delivery-only basis through Deliveroo at this moment in time.

Sticky Sisters, The Crescent (Image: Mason Moore) / Inset (Image: Mason Moore)

According to staff members inside of the restaurant, orders started to be accepted exclusively with the platform last Friday (15 April).

This is because they are currently refurbishing their new space – Hinckley’s former Burger King – to sport their own Sticky Sisters branding with a new look and feel for customers.

And, they have only currently heard back from Deliveroo as a delivery partner who are accepting their orders, giving Deliveroo users in the Hinckley and Bosworth area a chance to try their menu from the comfort of their homes.

Some of the offerings on the menu include halloumi sticks, garlic bread, nachos, chicken wings, burgers, wraps and churros, and vegan tenders, just to name a few.

The Free Press have further learnt that Just Eat and Uber Eats have been approached about partnering up as two other delivery platforms, so that the brand can deliver to more homes in the future.

At the time of publication (Monday, 18 April), transformation works were still taking place inside of the unit, so that customers can dine-in in the future – but these works are not yet complete.

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