Deliveroo is getting a new name and tasty rainbow dishes to celebrate Pride in London 🌈
Deliveroo is getting in on the Pride in London love with a new look and some new dishes!
For the duration of Pride in London (Saturday 24 June to Sunday 9 July 2017), Deliveroo customers may notice a colourful change to their normal service.
The service will be renaming as Deloveroo, with both the app and a number of riders getting a makeover in celebration with new rider t-shirts and Deloveroo branded backpacks. It’s not just a new look either, with seven favourite dishes being given a pride twist!
MEATliquor, Yo! Sushi, Burger King, Motu and Bubbledogs to Crust Bros. and Byron have created some exciting twists to their most popular dishes, available exclusively through the Deliveroo app.
Bubbledogs and MEATliquor will also be setting up in Trafalgar Square on Saturday 8th of July with the two restaurant partners creating special one-off dishes inspired by Pride in London!
Take a look at some of them below…
MEATliquor’s Dead Happie burger
MEATliquor’s Dead Hippie burger is feeling alive, renamed the Dead Happie. In a pink bun and edible glitter, it promises to taste as fabulous as it looks. £1 from every order through Deliveroo will go directly to LGBT+ campaigners Stonewall.
YoSushi will be serving their Rainbow Sushi dish exclusively through Deliveroo. Yes, they’re going to be loud and proud!
What’s better than a hotdog? A Purple Rain glittery hotdog, that’s what! Just like MEATliquor, they’ll be selling the limited edition dish in Trafalgar Square during Pride festival.
Deliveroo is also the official catering partner of Pride in London for summer 2017, meaning they’ll be keeping the hundreds of backstage volunteers and workers fed and watered, all of whom are crucial to the celebrations running smoothly throughout the duration of Pride in London.
Dan Warne from Deliveroo said: “Pride in London is such a fantastic event to be part of and really sums up the spirit and energy of Londoners. We’re a London start-up ourselves and we always look forward to the parade as an annual event, so we’re thrilled to have the opportunity to get involved.”
Pride in London festival takes place Saturday 24 June to Sunday 9 July 2017 with the parade and main show taking place on Saturday 8 July 2017.