There’s an abundance of options for take out in Sydney but some are just next level.
So with competition galore – we give you our 10 BEST Sydney takeaway / delivery restaurants to try this week!
Are there any that we’ve missed?
The Grace of India
6 Ennis Rd, Milsons Point NSW
5:30 pm – 10:30 pm
This one is a given after receiving multiple write ups and awards for their food and service. In business since 1990 the family have perfected their cuisine. Get fresh, indulgent curries from the obvious winners Butter Chicken and Vindaloo to Kheema Samosas and Tawa Goat in their specialties it is definitely worth a try.
48 Albion St
Surry Hills 2010
Burgers may not often make the list of must-have meals but we feel if you are splurging on the weekend or can’t fight a craving then this is the place to go. There’s a bit of a Melbourne vibe with the laneway but the options are simple, reasonably priced and delicious!
Erskineville Turkish Pide & Kebabs
49 Erskineville Rd
Kebabs may remind you more of the end of a drunken night out but the selection available at Erskineville will change that opinion. From platters to more traditional main meals there is something for fussy eaters as well as the more adventurous. And they do not dip on quality.
Photo Source: Facebook / Erskineville Turkish Pide Kebabs
Thai La-Ong 2
107 King Street
Since Thai food is very much in vogue, we couldn’t look past this beauty. Authentic and fresh, it is one Thai / Asian restaurant to beat. Another you may be familiar with due to his reputation, but still very worthy of being on the list.
Photo Source: Thai La-Ong 2 Website
Mammas and Papas Ristorante and Pizzeria
40 Perouse Rd
Who doesn’t love Italian? And at Mammas and Paps Ristorante and Pizzeria, you get true italian with a gourmet twist. Situated in Randwick, it isn’t in the hustle and bustle of the inner city. Pictured below is their Risotto with Bugs and Red Pesto.
Vina Vegetarian Restaurant
395 King St
Vegetarian? We have you covered. It is simple but gets the job done. They also offer a range of mock meats for those so inclined (or the non vegetarian members of the group who feel like they are missing out!). And best yet is it delivers.
242 Military Rd
Taking a look over their Facebook page and you know that presentation counts as much as the food itself at Bangkok Betty. The Thai restaurant’s courses are set out in a way that makes you want to really savour what you are eating. With generous servings this Thai food is one to book in.
Monty’s Sandwich Shop
52 Spring St
It’s not always dinner time that you are looking for an easy takeaway dish, enter Monty’s Sandwich Shop. You can’t get much better than their soft baked bread and range of drool-worthy fillings. Not your average sandwich.
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175 1st Ave
Ever tried Afghani food? Here is the perfect opportunity. Bamiyan restaurant is a favourite of those in the area. With a range of explosive flavours to try it is definitely one to tick off on the list. And the food looks delightful.