I’ve been perfecting this delicate study, sleep, eat cycle thing for a while now. Sometimes though the balance is disrupted, you know: crunch assignment time, desperate hangovers, 10 hour box set binges, stuff like that gets in the way of decent sleep and decent food. Decent food.
In my house we’ve been talking about this for years. Why is it that the good places, you know the places you’d actually choose to eat from, never do home deliveries? Well now they do.
Dragging our sorry, still drunk Saturday afternoon carcasses out to get a decent all day breakfast might just be a hazy memory. Now all we have to do is decide what we want (this might be the hard part), press some buttons and wait half an hour. Of course, as the saying goes, Deliveroo is for life not just for delicious-all-day-breakfast and a good number of the best modern restaurants in the city are now working with Deliveroo.
You want hangover-curing Burgers – Ketchup, Thai noodles – Wagamama, Sushi – Yen. Deliveroo has it all. The choice on Deliveroo is extensive and their clever website filters your restaurant options to show only those which are able to make your food at that particular moment, right there right now.
Deliveroo’s a relatively new service to Glasgow and in the 6 months it’s been running already the kangaroo adorned delivery scooters are becoming part of the landscape. More and more I’m seeing them pulling up outside the library.
I reckon we’ll be seeing a lot more of them scooting about come exam time when we’re all pressed for time and sleep and the last thing we want to do is cook or leave the house (well maybe the last thing would be study, but you know what I mean).
All this talk of food is making me hungry, I’m in my tartan pyjamas and I’m hungover all to buggery, what to do, what to do?