As the evenings start to draw in and the endless days of sunshine are replaced by wind and rain, it is a perfect excuse to stay indoors and order a takeaway.
At least with the new COVID restrictions you are still able to order a takeaway and share with a few friends and family members. Every cloud has a silver lining!
At Saffron we continue to observe Government guidelines. We ask those customers collecting their orders to remember to wear their face mask, and we ask that only one person collects to help us maintain social distancing.
We now display the NHS COVID Track and Trace QR code poster for you to scan upon entering. It is important for everyone to take the time to check-in for the safety of all our staff and clients.
It’s National Curry Week! 5th – 11th October 2020
If you needed an excuse to have a curry, look no further!
This week is the 22nd annual National Curry Week; a chance to celebrate one of Britain’s favourite foods. Launched in 1998 this week was founded to help raise awareness and appreciation of the Indian restaurant industry, as well as raising money for charity.
Visit their website www.nationalcurryweek.co.uk to see how you can get involved.
Ways to order
We now have numerous ways to order and pay for your food, making it easier for both our clients and staff.
Here is a reminder:
On our website – visit our www.saffronsalisbury.co.uk
On our App – download our app for free on and
Just Eat – visit www.just-eat.co.uk
☎️ By Phone – orders and payments can be taken over the phone 01722 238411 / 237334
Drop In – drop in and wait, although we prefer you to order in advance to save on waiting time and help with social distancing.
Sharing is caring!
Did you know that sharing a meal with others is fantastic for your mental health?
It is one of the most important rituals practised by all cultures. It helps to confirm a sense of belonging, to be part of a community. It is an opportunity to stop and reflect on your day, listen, empathise and exchange ideas, values and opinions.
Eating regularly with others provides a sense of rhythm and teaches children how to communicate; to learn the art of discussion and a chance to express themselves in a safe place.
Engaging in conversation during meal times helps the body to absorb the nutrients from the food by slowing the eating process down, allowing the body the time it needs to digest.
On 10th October 2020 we celebrate World Mental Health Day why not order a takeaway from us, relax and unwind and enjoy the benefits that sharing a meal together can bring.
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Stay safe everyone!