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The Top 10 Takeaway Dishes In Dublin In 2015

By fiodhna_hm

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am


Whoever said Saturdays were for hikes and doing your laundry was so wrong.

Saturdays are for lounging around in your pyjamas all day with a bit of a sore head from the night before, thinking about what delicious food you're going to order when the takeaways open...

To help you decide, here are our ten favourite dishes available for delivery right to your door. With everything from pizza to pasta, Thai to Lebanese, there's sure to be something no matter how peculiar you're feeling!

10. Chicken Karahi, Bombay Pantry

This dish will warm the very cockles of your heart! It's full of spices and chilli so perfect for blasting your hangover into oblivion. Order a side of their delicious garlic coriander naan as an additional treat. Seven various locations across the city means you're never too far away from a Bombay Pantry fix!

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9. Falafel Sandwich, Rotana Café

Their takeaway menu is so class you could easily spend the guts of €50 just ordering sides and starters. But when it comes down to it, all you really need is a sambo stuffed full of fresh falafel and hummus with a side of fries. Get in!

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8. Beef Black Bean Style, Mak D6

If you're looking for 3-in-1s, I'm afraid you're in the wrong place. This high-end Chinese restaurant in Ranelagh now delivers and is well worth shelling out the extra few euros for! They also have a completely gluten free menu for any coeliacs in need of some crispy sweet and sour chicken.

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Read: 9 Reasons Why The '3-in-1' Is So Disgusting And Wrong It Should Be Made Illegal.

7. Seafood Ravioli, Il Posto

Lobster, prawn & crab ravioli drowned in garlic butter? Yes please. Il Posto are another spot catering really well for the coeliacs of Dublin with lost of gluten free pasta dishes available.

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6. The Torino, Base WFP

Kiss goodbye to your sore head with this beauty from Base Woodfire Pizza Wood... Smoked mozzarella, chorizo, pepperoni, roasted red peppers all drizzled with garlic oil. Sweet baby jesus!

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5. The Gentle Buffalo Burger, Bóbós

The chicken burger you never knew you needed in your life... Basil pesto, buffalo mozzarella cheese, lashings of black pepper, beef tomato, red onion, rocket with a hefty chicken fillet in the middle. Bóbós also have loads of sides and shakes to choose from - because everyone knows calories aren't a thing when you're hungover!

4. Norimaki, Zakura

Ok, so bit of a weird one but some people love sushi when hungover and Zakura's sushi is just unbelievable! Get a few different portions of norimaki with a side of fresh chillies and gyoza to share, and you'll be feeling as right as rain in no time.

3. Tamarind Duck Breast, Neon

Easily the best Thai in Dublin, Neon is not only cheap and cheerful but also super tasty. This crispy duck breast is cooked to perfection, and once you try it you will genuinely want to order it for dinner EVERY NIGHT... You have been warned!

2. Cod Moby Dick, SMS Cervi

In the mood for a dirty chipper? Go one step further and order from Super Miss Sue's chipper, SMS Cervi. Their Moby Dick sandwich comes with crispy fillet of cod, cheese, iceberg & tartare sauce, just make sure you order a portion of their chips as well because they're absolutely to die for!


1. Mixmeat Board, My Meat Wagon

We recently published an article on why this is the greatest and best takeaway meal ever served in Dublin. With enough food to feed two very comfortably, and the low cost of €22 including delivery it's worthy of the number one spot. Prepare for meat sweats!


Read next: Move Over 3-In-1s, The 'Munchy Box' Has Arrived And It's Absolutely FILTHY.


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