For the first time ever, hungryhouse has compiled a list of the top takeaways across the nation. We looked at all of the data on the 11,000 restaurants on the hungryhouse platform and created rankings based on restaurant popularity, customer reviews and return rates.
Have you ever tried to eat a sauceless burger? Or considered what eggs benedict would be without hollandaise sauce? There are certain foods that simply don’t cut it without the sauce. And what better way to demonstrate this than a series of fornographic photos? Oh yeah, we’ve got pics. Check out these 24 dishes that are crying for sauce!
As much as we love food here at hungryhouse, we’re also massive beer aficionados. So we thought it was high-time that we investigate the most succulent beers that will bring out the best in your takeaway.
We turned to beer blogger and vegetarian foodie Graham Drummond of PointsOfBrew.com for some words of wisdom on which beers are ideal for your takeaway.
What happens when you destroy the last ready-meal in the house? Or when your sincere attempt to re-create a master piece from Pinterest turns into an epic fail? You order takeaway. We found the 17 best reasons to order takeaway. You can use all of them in combination with each other and they never expire. Okay, expect for number 17. (more…)
It’s a well-known fact that stadium food could do with a bit of a re-vamp. Most of us continue to buy their overly-priced grub, but only because we have no choice but to buy it as it’s normally forbidden to bring own snacks into the stadium!
As well as the food and drink costing an arm and a leg, there’s the fact that you have to wait forever in the queue to get anywhere near the kiosk. You could always leave your seat 5 minutes before the break to avoid the queue, but it’s sod’s law that your team will score while you’re away.
Let’s delve into the depths of stadium food and see if it’s a lost cause…