Saturday, 27 March 2010

Takeaways in London reviewed

The latest addition of the food takeaway review sites is online. This time it's a food blog on domain.

You can send them reviews of your local food takeaways and they will put them online.

Thursday, 25 March 2010

Local food takeaways in Glasgow

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and third most populous in the United Kingdom. The city is situated on the River Clyde in the country's west central lowlands.

From the late 1980s onwards, the Merchant City has been rejuvenated with luxury city centre apartments and warehouse conversions. This regeneration has supported an increasing number of cafés and restaurants. The area is also home to a number of high end boutique style shops and some of Glasgow's most upmarket stores.

Glasgow's West End refers to the bohemian district of cafés, tea rooms, bars, boutiques, upmarket hotels, clubs and restaurants in the hinterland of Kelvingrove Park, the University of Glasgow, Glasgow Botanic Gardens and the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, especially on the area's main thoroughfare, Byres Road, and on Ashton Lane. The area is popular with tourists, and contains many hotels in Scotland, including the prestigious One Devonshire Gardens, which has accommodated a number of celebrity guests on visits to the city.

As well as traditional restaurants, there are neat choice of food takeaways in Glasgow. Be it a Chinese takeaway or pizza takeaway - there's something for everyone. You might want to try these popular choices with locals: Yo Sushi takeaway in Pollok, New Golden Bell takeaway in Partick.

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Peterborough late night food takeaways

Peterborough is a cathedral city and unitary authority area in the East of England - Cambridgeshire. The local topography is flat and low-lying, and in some places lies below sea level. The area known as the Fens falls to the east of Peterborough. The City of Peterborough includes the outlying settlement at RAF Wittering, and as a unitary authority it borders Northamptonshire and Rutland to the west, Lincolnshire to the north, and Cambridgeshire to the south and east.

Peterborough has a 13-screen Showcase Cinema, an ice rink and two indoor swimming pools open to the general public. A diverse range of restaurants can be found throughout the city, including Chinese & Cantonese, Indian & Nepalese, Thai and many Italian takeaway restaurants. In the closing months of 2006, Polish, Japanese and Mexican restaurants and food takeaways were all opened. The same applies if your are looking for late night takeaways in Peterborough with options like Wei Fung Chinese, Tasty House, Pizza Masters and Chill Grill takeaway.

Monday, 22 March 2010

Food takeaways in Aston - Birmingham

Aston is an Inner-City area of the City of Birmingham, in the West Midlands of England. Lying to the north-east of the Birmingham City Centre, Aston constitutes an electoral ward within the council constituency of Ladywood.

Aston is also home of Aston Villa football club meaning that thousands of visitors arrive to the area almost every week. There are plenty of restaurants in Aston and Birmingham to choose from and the same can be said about food takeaways in Aston. From Birmingham takeaways delivering in Aston we'd like to point out these as local favourites: Baguette Point, Marcellos Pizza, Simple Chinese and Chicken Hut takeaways.

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Takeaways in Reading, Berkshire

Reading town centre is a major shopping centre. The primary catchment area for the town centre (the area for which the centre attracts the largest single flow of generated expenditure) for non-bulky comparison goods extends as far as Goring-on-Thames, Henley-on-Thames, Pangbourne and Wokingham. The secondary catchment area also includes Ascot, Bracknell, Camberley, Didcot, Farnborough, Fleet, High Wycombe, Maidenhead, Newbury, Slough, Tadley, Thatcham, Wallingford and Windsor. In 2007 an independent poll placed Reading as one of the top ten retail destinations in the UK.

There are loads on takeaways in Reading, but most popular being Chinese takeaways in Reading - such as Jasmine Garden, Singapore Chinese takeaway and Wok on Wheels. Try this link for pizza takeaways in Reading.

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Chinese food takeaways in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland. It is the second largest city in Scotland and the seventh-most populous in the United Kingdom.

Edinburgh has a large number of pubs, clubs and restaurants. The traditional areas were the Grassmarket, Lothian Road and surrounding streets, Rose Street and its surrounds and the Bridges. In recent years George Street in the New Town has grown in prominence, with a large number of new, upmarket public houses and nightclubs opening, along with a number on the parallel Queen Street. Stockbridge and the waterfront at Leith are also increasingly fashionable areas, with a number of pubs, clubs and restaurants.

The same applies if your are looking for takeaways in Edinburgh. Popular choices are Chinese food takeaways in Edinburgh and pizza delivery in Edinburgh. Places like Gourmet Kebabs in Edinburgh, Bombay Spice and Oriental Kitchen Chinese takeaway in Edinburgh.

Monday, 15 March 2010

Takeaways in Willesden NW10

Willesden is an area in North West London which forms part of the London Borough of Brent. It is situated 5 miles (8 km) north west of Charing Cross. The area has strong links to Ireland and has a sizeable Irish population, as well as a large Afro-Caribbean community.

The town was featured in the popular novel White Teeth by Zadie Smith in 2000 which was subsequently made into a TV series. Moreover, Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros sang from 'Willesden to Cricklewood' on their album Rock Art and the X-ray Style.

Food takeaways in Willesden NW10, the likes of Chinese takeaways in Willesden and pizza takeaways in Willesden. Popular choices with locals being online takeaways like wood oven pizza, Red Planet pizza, Super Wok and Neds Noodle Box takeaways.

Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Chinese food takeaways in York

York is a walled city, situated at the confluence of the Rivers Ouse and Foss in North Yorkshire, England.

York's location on the River Ouse, in the centre of the Vale of York and half way between the capitals of London and Edinburgh means that it has long had a significant position in the nation's transport system.

In September York has an annual Festival of Food and Drink, which has been held in the city since 1997. The aim of the festival is to spotlight food culture in York and North Yorkshire by promoting local food production.The Festival generates up to 150,000 visitors over 10 days, from all over the country. One of the notable local products is York ham, a type of boiled ham, which is a mild-flavoured ham that has delicate pink meat and does not need further cooking before eating. It is traditionally served with Madeira Sauce. It is a lightly smoked, dry-cured ham, which is saltier but milder in flavour than other European dry-cured hams. Folklore has it that the oak construction for York Minster provided the sawdust for smoking the ham. Robert Burrow Atkinson's butchery shop, in Blossom Street, is the birthplace of the original “York Ham” and the reason why the premises became famous.

In the centre of York, in St Helen’s Square, there is the York branch of Bettys Café Tea Rooms. Bettys founder, Frederick Belmont, travelled on the maiden voyage of the Queen Mary in 1936. He was so impressed by the splendour of the ship that he employed the Queen Marys’ designers and craftsmen to turn a dilapidated furniture store in York into an elegant café in St Helen’s Square. A few years after Bettys opened in York war broke out, and the basement ‘Bettys Bar’, became a favourite haunt of the thousands of airmen stationed around York. ‘Bettys Mirror’, on which many of them engraved their signatures with a diamond pen, remains on display today as a tribute to them.

There are many famous food takeaways in York such as Dixy Chicken, Alishaan and York Tandoori.