TWO entrepreneurs are providing tasty cooked meals straight to your door after launching three separate businesses - with one of them providing delicious roast dinners.

Adam Kiddier, 41, and James Pierce, 34, have launched Sunday Roast Maldon, Sandwich Stop, and Fully Loaded Maldon, from a site in West Station Yard, Spital Road.

Sunday Roast Maldon is a takeaway business that opened earlier this month which operates every Sunday from 12pm until 6pm through Just Eat and provides an assortment of tasty options.

One of the main meals available includes roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and gravy for £15.

Fully Loaded operates in the same manner and focuses on providing stacked burgers, hot dogs, and slow roasted meats from Wednesday to Saturday 5pm until 9pm.

Sandwich Stop is open on site Monday to Friday 8am to 3pm and provides full English breakfasts, takeaway bacon sandwiches, freshly made jacket potatoes, and sandwiches for collection.

Both individuals are extremely passionate about cooking and have spent years in the catering industry.

Adam spoke about how the pair teamed up to launch the businesses.

He said: “We basically had a few crossover events and started working together, we put our heads together and set up the takeaway businesses.

"It just made sense to set them up.

“We launched Sandwich Stop, then Sunday Roast, and Fully Loaded last Thursday.

“It’s been going very well, had a good uptake, and very good reviews, people seem very happy.

“We’ve seen a growth in the takeaway side of the industry, so that is our focus.

“The dream is to have a Fully Loaded and Sunday Roast in multiple towns.”

Adam has lived in Maldon for the last two and a half years and used to own a pub in Little Braxted called The Green Man for nine years.

James, of Wickham Bishop, has been running his complete event catering and management company, JP’s Kitchen for many years.

After receiving glowing reviews, especially with Sunday Roast Maldon, James has big plans.

He said: “We want to grow it in and around Essex and should be able to scale it up.

“Once we are in Essex, we want to see if we can take it nationally.”

As all three businesses continue to move forward, Adam and James will prioritise quality.

Adam said: “We have put a lot of effort and research to put quality at the forefront of what we are doing.

“We are making sure to invest time into how our takeaway offer travels from the site to the table of the customers, making sure each meal is hot, fresh, and presentable.”