A VEGAN kebab restaurant has shut up shop and started delivering its meat-free dishes instead.

What The Pitta, in East Street, Brighton, is one of many restaurants now adapting to the post-lockdown economy.

The business is offering contactless delivery from its branch in Brighton every day from 5pm to 9.30pm.

Founders Cem Yildiz and Rojdan Gul said they are working hard to deliver “delicious and 100 per cent vegan kebabs, gyros and nuggets” during a challenging time.

They said: “We want to feed you all for as long as we can and we are looking at other ways we can help.  “We are so touched by the support you have shown us, and so proud to be a  part of this wonderful community.”

The firm said it had increased washing and sanitising work areas and was following “Government recommendations including contactless handover to delivery drivers”.

They are delivering via the apps UberEATS and Deliveroo. 

  • At The Argus, we are championing the work of traders during the coronavirus pandemic as part of our #BackingSussexBusiness campaign. We are always interested to hear how the community is coming together in this crisis. If you know of a local business battling to do all it can in these tough times and/or offering support to the local community, please get in touch at laurie.churchman@theargus.co.uk and rose.lock@theargus.co.uk.