Chinese takeaways contain five times more salt than a Big Mac - the worst dish revealed
We tried 'the worst Chinese takeaway in Cambridge' according to Tripadvisor This small Asian inspired dining spot focuses its menu around. The food is modern Chinese/Asian fusion so you should expect did Deep Fried Ice Cream that I used to impress a girl on a date once. 5 for the Best Local Chinese restaurant in the UK and only went and bloody won it. This disgusting Chinese takeaway branded 'worst ever' after health inspection exposed raw meat contamination, filth and out-of-date food.
Noodles Plus, Mill Road Instagram We often think the biggest problem with having a Chinese is that you get full up too quickly. Six minutes in and you've already devoured 13 pancake rolls, and 20, prawn crackers. That's not something you have to worry about at Noodles Plus. Oodles of noodles, light soups, and dumplings, this is a far cry from the bright orange sweet and sour sauce we are used to.
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Open for lunch and dinner to dine in or take out, this is the perfect way to eat Chinese food without the guilt. Read More We recommend trying a drunken noodle. You can pair it with what you like but for us, noodles, peppers, onions, tomatoes, and broccoli topped with stir fried chicken sounds pretty fantastic. Orchid Restaurant, Newmarket Road Asian food with a posh nosh twist This is the ultimate Chinese restaurant for parties.
Where else in Cambridge would you be able to eat and sing your heart out in one place?
With a brand new A La Carte menu specialising in a whole host of dishes, the Orchid offers the type of Chinese food we know and love with a swanky restaurant twist. There are a whole host of dishes available from soups, specials, seafood and crispy chilli beef. You can stick with what you know or branch out and try something a bit more authentic.
Whichever you choose, the Orchid restaurant promises great quality and truly delicious food. Plus you can do karaoke in one of the restaurant's five private karaoke rooms, with a great selection of songs and exclusive snacks and drinks.Ziangs: How to cook Takeaway Chicken Chow Mein (dry)
What more could you want? Chung Hwa, Waterbeach Caution: Okay, we know this isn't strictly IN Cambridge, but it's very close and people in villages deserve a takeaway too. Chung Hwa Chinese Takeaway offers fast service, really yummy food and Tupperware pots - yep you read that right. Reasonably priced the takeaway doesn't deliver but foodies within the area will know it's well worth the drive. We would definitely recommend the salt and chilli chicken, and you heard it here first, the prawn crackers are second to NONE.
Yippee Noodle Bar offers a casual Asian dining experience focusing on fresh, healthy ingredients, vibrant flavours, and fast friendly service.
Diners will be able to enjoy a range of tasty dishes in a stylish and informal open kitchen setting.
The menu has many dishes on offer including classics such as spare ribs marinated in a unique mix of traditional Chinese spices. There are also Yippee speciality dishes such as Chilli Udon: You will be able to choose from a variety of freshly squeezed juices, maintaining a fresh, wholesome and clean meal.
Or you can have wine if you prefer The Wok n Grill, Trumpington This wok is on fire If you're a dedicated chinese food fan, chances are you've been here before, once, twice, a thousand times. It might not be Michelin Star quality but it is what it says on the tin, all you can eat delicious Chinese food.
If you want to eat 20 duck pancake rolls, who's going to stop you?
Taste Of China, Hoddesdon
Like squid but the family hate it? This is Chinese food eaten your way, as much as you like, as little as you like, for as long as you like.
Get the gang together and make a night of it. We cn safely say you will wok get it out of those doors feeling per cent satisfied and stuffed. Plus you can have a banana fritter for pudding, and who is saying no to that? Square footage is at a premium, and rapid urbanisation means living spaces are likely to shrink even further. When cooking space is reduced to a box with just enough room for a kettle and toaster, rustling up a decent meal each evening becomes trickier — and infinitely less appealing.
As does standing in a queue with a basket of veggies and spaghetti when you could be home watching Making a Murderer on Netflix.
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Deliveroo launched in as a solution to these everyday pressures. At least, as a way to make it easier to eat a delicious, restaurant-quality meal without having to cook or, in fact, go to a restaurant. The company is revolutionising the takeaway market and leading the trend towards higher quality you know, tastier meals, delivered to your door — fast.
Customers order online or via an intuitive, user-friendly app.
The dishes are delivered by a network of cyclists and motorcyclists, just as the chef intended. Online transactions now account for 40 per cent of all food delivery orders in the UK, according to market research firm NPD. Slice of the action: Getty The same trends are echoed worldwide, with an emphasis on slick technology and innovative service finely tuned into modern life.
Whatever the reasons, this relatively new market is growing at a rate of In Australia, cafe culture is king. Sociable Aussies love to chatter over a coffee and a pie. But the takeaway market is booming, too, especially among year olds, who order in at least once a month. The country eats No, we want a generous dollop of quality without hassle.