'Cheapest' and 'prawns' are two words you don't often hear in the same sentence. Fear not friends, you can now order tasty prawns on a budget if you order from Reema Balti house!
Charlotte, our Review of the Week winner, enjoyed the "deep and interesting flavour" of the tandoori prawn and prawn dopiaza for Reema Balti House. hungryhouse has recently been on a curry binge and this review has helped us decide our next meal: prawn tikka masala!
Our Review of the Week winner, Shirley, reports that her fortune from Imperial Dragon came true. We're guessing the fortune cookie read something like: 'abundance will manifest itself in a £25 hungryhouse voucher.'
Shirley ordered the perfect takeaway from Imperial Dragon, including fresh pak shoi and crispy beef. She's left us wondering, how does crispy beef manage to be crispy and chewy at the same time?
This weeks restaurant review had our mouths watering before we were half way through! From the finger licking good barbecue sauce, to the melt in your mouth ribs, our Review of the Week winner Oliver found his 'takeaway utopia.'
So maybe you can never judge a book by its cover, but it seems that sometimes you can judge a restaurant by its name! Read more to find out exactly why Sticky Fingers lived up to its name.
Oliver wins a £25 hungryhouse voucher to put towards another taste of perfection.
An authentic tiramisu is hard to find. Our Review of the Week winner has not only found the best tiramisu (with a good helping of alcohol and coffee amongst the creamy,spongy layers), he found a takeaway that really cares.
Italians are known to be passionate about life and particularly passionate about their food! Pizza@Home brings Italian hospitality to London with impressive customer care. Read more to find out the top level service you can expect from Pizza@Home.
James can enjoy another full Italian dinner on hungryhouse with his £25 voucher.
Every once in a while, a fancy takeaway is called for. You eat with a fork and knife, you say excuse me, you don't gorge your food. Then there are the times when a "munchie" session is in order and you turn to your good old friend, the kebab.
As many of you know, a kebab done right is a wonderful thing! Our Review of the Week winner, Chris, gives a big brownie point to the kebabs he ordered from Marmaris. Everything from delivery time to special requests were spot on. We're giving Chris a £25 voucher to fund his next kebab excursion.
You don't need to travel to Beijing to see a beautiful temple. Reports from the field claim that an order from China Garden will do the trick.
Our Review of the Week winner, Ben, was pleasantly surprised when his chicken satay arrived in a lovely temple-shaped box. Talk about presentation!
China Garden didn't stop there. As any other respectable temple, this one could boast a heap of treasures hidden inside (covered in satay sauce). Ben wins a £25 hungryhouse voucher to discover the next temple.
Let the game of Battleship begin! Our Review of the Week winner has developed a system that sums up each dish in a no fuss manner - HIT or MISS. After reading this review, we are certain at least one battleship was sunk - in a good way.
Sterling Wok delivered a variety of dishes including udon (hit), stir fried squid and pineapple (miss), stuffed crab claw (big miss), and tofu in black bean sauce (hit). For a full description of these dishes, read on.
JF wins a £25 hungryhouse voucher to fuel another round of takeaway Battleship.
Our love for takeaway could climb the highest mountain and swim the deepest sea. It's clear that Valentine's day has hungryhouse thinking about love. This Review of the Week is also about love ... sort of.
We're not entirely sure if our Review of the Week winner actually enjoys the food from Leytonstone Spice, or if it's all about the delivery driver. We think that delicious food alone does not instantly qualify a restaurant as a top performer. Leytonstone Spice clearly agrees, and takes good service to an inspiring level.
Our Valentine's week winner Christina has us all tangled up in her takeaway love story. She has left all of us at hungryhouse HQ wondering what will happen next.
Our Review of the Week winner, Henry, was feeling very emotional after enjoying his takeaway from Cafe Zia (furthering our hunch that a proper meal with the right flavours inspires poetic verse). His takeaway was so good, he was nearly unable to translate the language of his taste buds into mere words. Fortunately for us, he did.
We believes Henry was channeling a certain bard when he wrote this review. This belief was solidified when he ended his review with a metaphor linking naan to a cuddle from heaven. Henry wins £25 because we want him to have another "party in his mouth."
We now give you the a heart felt review about a man and his Indian takeaway.
There are so many legitimate reasons to treat oneself to a takeaway that hungryhouse stopped counting at #306. Our Review of the Week winner Michael has put "living in an airport hotel" at the top of the "legitimate reasons to order takeaway list."
We're not going to disagree with you, Heathrow Airport is a lovely place to indulge in relaxation and comfort - we all know that. However, Michael was looking for a little something more. hungryhouse app and Ocean City to the rescue!
Michael wins £25 from hungryhouse that he can spend at any of our partner restaurants, we're not going to limit him to that hotel.