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Friday to Sunday : 5 pm – 10:30 pm 

Cooking Through a Crisis – Tin Can Kitchen Steps Up to Serve Local Community

Rogerstone based Tin Can Kitchen, a street food inspired takeaway delivery service,
has launched this week to much praise, providing hungry residents of the wider Gwent
community with Cajun inspired burgers, sides and dough-it-yourself pizza kits.

Head chef and co-owner of Tin Can Kitchen, Barry Fallon.

Residents of Newport have taken a shine to new Takeaway delivery service, Tin Can
Kitchen, a shipping container converted into a state-of-the-art food kitchen, serving
a packed menu of Louisiana style Cajun burgers, New York style thin-crust pizzas,
aswell as make-at-home pizza kits and a range of tasty side dishes.

Tin Can Kitchen also cater to vegans and vegetarians and have a separate
children’s and gluten free menu.

However, despite early success and a buzz on social media, the business was very
nearly shelved.
  

The terrible situation surrounding Covid-19 almost forced head chef and co-owner of
Tin Can Kitchen, Barry Fallon (pictured), to postpone the launch of Tin Can Kitchen,
which was originally conceived as Newport’s first outdoor food court and bar
(subject to planning).

With some help from friends, family and the rest of the Tin Can Kitchen team, Barry
managed to successfully pivot and launch the business, despite the uncertainty
surrounding the current pandemic, quickly turning Tin Can Kitchen into a takeaway
delivery service, serving local residents – hungry for normality – a small taste of the Tin
Can Kitchen experience.

"The terrible situation surrounding Covid-19 almost forced head chef and co-owner of Tin Can Kitchen, Barry Fallon (pictured), to postpone the launch of Tin Can Kitchen, which was originally conceived as Newport’s first outdoor food court and bar (subject to planning). With some help from friends, family and the rest of the Tin Can Kitchen team, Barry managed to successfully pivot and launch the business, despite the uncertainty surrounding the current pandemic, quickly turning Tin Can Kitchen into a takeaway delivery service, serving local residents - hungry for normality - a small taste of the Tin Can Kitchen experience."

As the business grows, more street food-inspired dishes will be added to the menu,
laying the foundation for the outdoor food court and bar, slated for a
Summer/Autumn 2020 launch (subject to planning). Once open, Tin Can Kitchen will
be home to an array of artisan traders serving street food from kitchens in converted
shipping containers.

The Goliath Burger, Tin Can Kitchen’s most popular menu item.

To celebrate the launch of Tin Can Kitchen, the business is offering customers 20% off
all menu items for the month of May. NHS workers can also benefit from a 20% lifetime discount:

“The current pandemic has turned everyone’s lives upside down, so we felt compelled to pull together and do something for the local community the only way we know how – through food. We’re also in awe of the NHS, so a small life-time discount is the least we could do, to pay our respects and say thank you for all the hard work.”

In line with social distancing measures, all orders are made and packaged in a
clean, safe environment; all delivery drivers are instructed to wear gloves, face
masks and leave orders outside homes until collected by the customer.

Tin Can Kitchen is open Monday to Sunday, 5pm – 11pm. All orders can be made
via the company website*. Please visit
https://www.tincankitchen.co.uk/ for more
information.

*Also available via Just Eat.