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GO Takeaway in Sheffield

Takeaways in Sheffield If you live in or around Sheffield you’ll find there’s a huge choice of takeaway and delivery restaurants, possibly due to the large student population in the area. However here are some suggestions of a few to start with.

Curry is one of the UK’s favourite takeaway options and at Bilash [map] on Sharrow Road you can get some of the best in the area. Here you’ll find tasty curries that will not only satisfy tastebuds but the cost should put a smile on your face as well. Bilash has been open since 1986 and has developed a menu that includes all the curries you’ve come to know and love as well as a decent vegetarian selection. Delivery is available, which is free if you live within a few miles of the restaurant.

Other curry options in Sheffield include Nirmals [map], the awarding winning curry house on Glossop Road, and the student hotspot Balti King [map] on Fulwood Road, where actor Sean Bean is reported to have eaten.

For Chinese food, New Zing Vaa [map] is certainly worth a try. This restaurant is takeaway only but has a great range of Chinese dishes on offer that makes it worth the trip. Choose from Chinese curries to succulent ribs and there’s also several vegetarian options for those non meat eaters in your household.

If you really can’t manage to leave the house for your Chinese food, then you could try Red Ruby [map], which offers a delivery service. All you need to do is pick up the phone and ask for your favourite Chinese meal and it should be with you before you know it.

Pizza is another great takeaway food that you can enjoy while catching up on your soaps of an evening. Sheffield does have its own Domino’s Pizza [map] on Eccleshall Road, but if you’re looking for a little local flavour you could try Vitalo [map] in Hillsborough, Chubby’s [map] in the city centre and Kebab House [map] on Abbeydale Road. However these venues also cater for the kebab hunter and occasionally the burger buff as well, so it may be well worth keeping at least one of these eateries on speed dial if you plan to abandon the cooking for good!

And for a good old fish and chip supper you can try Greystones Fish Bar [map], which is open until 11.30pm on weeknights and serves some decent portions. Also worth trying is Broomhill Friery [map] or the Grand Potato [map] on Abbeydale Road.

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