Deliveroo has unveiled an entirely edible house made from some of the most popular foods being ordered across the country.
The house features a curry fireplace, a Yorkshire pudding garden, fish and chips door, beans on toast roof tiles and a roast chicken weather vane.
The house was made after research showed a 38% rise in orders of iconic regional dishes on the app, since the weather has been colder.
A team of eight spent two months designing, cooking and building the structure which uses 960 handmade pies, 1,750 slices of bread, 25 square meters of mash potato and 4 litres of gravy paint.
The house is now available to book for anyone who wants to experience it, but spaces are very limited and are picked at random through an online ballet, with spaces available for 28 December.
If selected, youll be invited to bring three friends to devour local Deliveroo favourites including PizzaExpress, KFC, Headless Chicken, Chilli Banana, Hei Hei and Proove Pizza – and its all free.
The house is situated in Manchesters Media City as Deliveroo has uncovered Manchester locals order more traditional British dishes than anywhere else in Great Britain.
Emily Kraftman at Deliveroo said: Its great to see so many regional classics being embraced by Deliveroo customers. The public appears to have rekindled their love for some comforting home-grown food.
Whether you love a Yorkshire Pud, a Cornish Pasty or something entirely different, you can get it all on Deliveroo.