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Where to get the best take away in your area this weekend

Support local businesses and enjoy the city's best eats from the comfort and safety of your own home

Maxim Boon
Elizabeth McDonald
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Maxim Boon
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Elizabeth McDonald
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Update, Jan 5 2022: in light of the evolving Omicron surge, many venues across Sydney may be changing their hours or be closed for urgent cleaning. Things are changing rapidly. Always check ahead to see if a venue you're planning to attend is still open, and what precautions and conditions of entry are in place. 

After a series of lockdowns and restrictions, many of Sydney's favourite restraurants have made permanent pivots to takeaway, the saving grace for the hospitality industry the last couple of years. While technically, restrictions are all but a thing of the past, many Sydneysiders are still playing it safe and staying close to home. The silver lining? Your fave eateries are still within reach, and you don't even need to get dolled up for your next date night out.

If you do decide to venture out into the wild, check out our guide to dining out during a pandemic here.

Prefer to stay in? These are the best activities to do from home.

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West

The following western Sydney restaurants are offering takeaway and/or delivery.


  • Restaurants
  • Modern Australian
  • Newtown
  • price 2 of 4

Since 2012, Hartsyard on Enmore Road has paved the way for Sydney's deep and undying love of fried chicken, intimate and jam-packed dining rooms and casual fine dining with considered flavours and textures. Now, thankfully, this Sydney date-night favourite has made the move to takeaway, offering pick up and delivery. 

This means you can get your mitts on heat-at-home full dining experiences for just $100 a pop. The four course deg is available Thursday to Sunday, with a special OzHarvest option for Fridays only, which contributes to the good works the food charity does. Orders can be placed on the Hartsyard website.

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  • Bars
  • Breweries
  • Alexandria

The folks at Yulli's Brews aren't letting a little thing like a global health crisis slow them down and are continuing to provide hungry Sydneysiders with awesome plant-based meals to get them through. Thu-Sat 12-6pm they've got takeaway meals like the eggplant schnitzel, mushroom, eggplant or margherita pizzas, tiramisu, carbonara, and cheesy garlic bread.

They've also got you covered for take away beers Wed-Sun as well as same day booze delivery via their website.

  • Restaurants
  • French
  • Glebe
  • price 2 of 4

The folks at Bellevue Cottage have cherry-picked their favourite French dishes and created the ultimate French feast. Designed to be shared, the pork and chicken liver terrine, barramundi cottage pie, pork belly and the smoked black angus pot pie, are perfect for a rainy winter night in. Customers can also drop by the cafe located underneath the restaurant on the Glebe Foreshore for a warm cuppa and freshly baked pastries. Head to their website here for more info.

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  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Bondi Beach
  • price 2 of 4

Pasta is one of the hardest cuisines to deliver – that appetising plate of silky al dente ribbons in a glossy slick of delicious sauce can quickly turn into a congealed lump of unappetising stoge in transit. Which is why the take-away meals at Cicciabella require you to spend a couple of minutes boiling the fresh pasta at home. Trust us, this small amount of effort pays dividends, but if you're determined not to lift a finger, the full menu including labour-free antipasti and pizza is also available for pick-up between 5-9pm.

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The popular Liverpool Italian eatery is offering its full menu of pasta, pizza and antipasti for pick-up or delivery between Wednesday to Sunday, 5-9pm. And you can also order from its extensive wine list if you're looking for the perfect drop to accompany your dinner. 

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Kickin’Inn
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Kickin’Inn

Like seafood? Like spice? Don't mind stubborn stains? Then Kickin’Inn is laying on the unapologetically messy meal you've been waiting for. The Kajun-style seafood comes served in a bag designed to be tipped out over a table and dug through, barehanded. It’s offering multiple meal options of various sizes, and don’t worry, you’ll be supplied with butcher's paper, bibs and gloves when you pick up your takeaway order from one of Kickin’Inn’s seven locations around Sydney. Order via its website or on Menulog.

  • Restaurants
  • Newtown

The team behind Black Market Roastery were set to open their new tasting bar/cafe in Marrickville mid 2021; alas, you’ll have to hold out just a little longer. The good news is, while you wait, Black Market will be running a drive-through and takeaway coffee service where they’ll be pumping out fresh baked goods and some seriously good coffee, delivered straight to your car. Head to the venue's Intagram for more details.

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  • Bars
  • Glebe

This cosy Glebe winebar and eatery is getting a little spicy these days. In addition to a takeaway menu featuring mod-Italian fare, it's also launched its own "pivot project". Mexico Mi Amor is a Mexican pop-up offering burritos, bowls, and of course, Margaritas. 

  • Restaurants
  • Middle Eastern
  • Newtown

The Bank in Newtown is opening up its King Street front windows and serving up delicious Turkish-inspired dishes from its courtyard eatery, Avi’s. We’re talking housemade dips, falafels, fried kofta and pides with spicy merguez sausage or fennel and tomato. The good folks at Avi’s have also curated a playlist for every take away meal, so you can recreate a little piece of Tel Aviv from the comfort of your own living room. Click here to order your pick up.

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  • Bars
  • Newtown
  • price 1 of 4

The burger masters at Mary's are currently offering takeaway through the Deliveroo app from their CBD and Newtown restaurants, as well as offering pick-up from both locations if you live locally. Their menu heroes all the good stuff: its signature burgers, pizza, chicken and sides with an extensive vegan menu for anyone wanting to skip on the meat.

  • Bars
  • Petersham
  • price 1 of 4

Petersham’s Oxford Tavern's Americana style menu features whopping, messy burgers like the house smoked pulled pork or Nashville fried chicken and are more than a handful of deliciousness, schnittys with creamy slaw and sauce, as well as kids meals, vegetarian options and plenty more. Check their website here for the full menu.

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  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Newtown

It's a choose your own adventure of the carb kind. At this Newtown joint, it's all about marrying your preferred pasta shape with one of six sauces. A fusilli carbonara, perhaps? Or a fettucine dal mare (with seafood, garlic, chilli and white wine)? Whatever takes your fancy, La Favola will still be preparing its fresh pastas on the daily. Top tip: the lasagna is not only a winner fresh from the restaurant, but it's also easy to store and reheat if you want to buy now, eat later.

  • Bars
  • Pubs
  • Petersham
  • price 1 of 4

Inner West favourite, the PHP are offering some killer deals on takeaway pizzas with natural wines, craft beers and bottled cocktails for good measure. For $65 you can get two woodfired pizza, like the margherita or gamberetto (a spicy prawn number) and a bottle of wine, or swap out the vino for a bottled cocktail that serves five. Order direct through their website here.

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  • Restaurants
  • Middle Eastern
  • Forest Lodge
  • price 1 of 4

Open Mon-Sat from 10am-4pm, Bekya in South Eveleigh's Tramsheds is offering Egyptian takeaway, via pickup or delivery.
Hero menu items include; breakfast wraps, beef and lamb shawarma wraps, halloumi wraps, falafel and vegetarian plates, salads, vegan dishes as well as drinks and Egyptian beer.

If you want to check out their full menu and get your hands on some of Egypt's finest, click here.

CBD

The following CBD restaurants are offering takeaway and/or delivery.


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Bar Zini
  • Restaurants
  • Australian
  • Pyrmont
  • price 2 of 4

Bar Zini chef and owner Damian Krigstein has put together an epic five-course Italian hamper that will transport you to the trattorias of Italy in no time. Every Thursday and Friday, Bar Zini is offering a five-course hamper for two with a bottle of wine for just $120. Highlights include the burrata with house made rosemary focaccia, pipi orecchiette with chili, parsley and bottarga and of course crispy pork belly with cauliflower puree and salsa verde.
Check out the full offering by clicking here.

  • Restaurants
  • Bistros
  • Sydney
  • price 2 of 4

District Brasserie has re-launched their ‘to go’ lunchtime menu consisting of the char-grilled flavours city-folk know and love, as well as some new recipes designed to satisfy all lockdown culinary cravings. An extra special new dish is the roast suckling pig that's just $20. The free-range suckling pig is sourced from Oberon in regional NSW and is served with roast pumpkin, greens, cider and sage jus. Check out the full menu by clicking here.

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Sydney
  • price 3 of 4

Sleek modern Japanese restaurant, Kuro in the CBD have created a short menu for pick up featuring the likes of Mayura full blood wagyu steak don ($50), a bluefin tuna don ($55) with tuna belly and tuna tartare, and an XO soba noodle bowl ($23) with pork and chicken mince, slow-cooked onsen egg and aburi pork belly. 
As if that's not enough, there's also a chef selection box for two ($120) which will take care of all of your sashimi needs and some duck breast thrown in for good measure. An Old Fashioned collection has also been mixed up by the bartenders. Full details are available by clicking here.

  • Restaurants
  • Australian
  • Sydney
  • price 3 of 4

It must be very tempting as a restaurateur to put your original venue on standby mode so that you can focus on a hot new concept. It must be especially enticing when your flagship restaurant has been around for 13 years. But that’s what makes Bentley Restaurant and Bar so exceptional – it’s remained a truly great destination for its full term on the dining scene. 

Of course, change has come over time. Brent Savage and Nick Hildebrandt moved the restaurant from Surry Hills to the CBD, and then reworked it yet again in its primo corner inside the Radisson Blu Plaza hotel on O’Connell Street. And they might just be doing their best work yet. 

You can approach the venue in full fine-dining glory and get the $180 tasting menu, and it’s an especially good call if the company card will be taking the hit for both the food and the high-cost-but-high-return wine list. Hildebrandt has one of the best cellars in the city, so there’ll be no attempts to sell you the wine equivalent of nosebleed section seats for top dollar. You’re getting the really good stuff here – exciting locals, elegant Europeans and tasting notes that read like love letters to the vineyard. 

But the highest value proposition here is the lunch menu. Two courses will cost you $65 and three is a mere nudge higher at $75 – it’s got to be one of the city’s best fine dining hacks, along with Momofuku’s bar menu. 

We’re sure the oysters are best in their field, but potatoes on a fine dining menu is a baller move that challenges you to test the mettle of the kitchen. How good can a tuber be? The answer is: very. Baby tatties that have been grown in seaweed wrappers so that the umami flavour penetrates the vegetable are boiled to tender perfection and presented as a kind of oceanic potato salad, dressed in a light goat’s milk dressing with acidic pieces of seaweed and sea lettuce doing the work normally delegated to pickles. On top, crisp, fermented shallot straws are there for complexity and texture. 

A compressed pear crown that has been imbued with fragrant lemon verbena encircles raw scallop meat capped with almonds and finger lime for a dish that makes for a perfumed and floral octopus’s garden. 

Tissue-soft steamed snapper is the muted canvas onto which the intense flavours of preserved lemon, wakame powder and a clam butter mimicking beurre noisette are painted. Crisp, fresh cabbage leaves and ice plant freshen the scene and create harmony on the palate. 

Yes, this is an inner-city restaurant at the financial end of town, so they’d be foolish not to have a steak on the menu. In fact, they have two, but the rib-eye attracts an extra fee, and there’s no need to blow out when the rump cap marbling ensures that all that 9+ score fat disperses through the protein during the sous vide, caramelising on the barbecue at the final stage of cooking. All that’s needed is a swipe of caramelised yoghurt, a few strands of enoki mushrooms and some native crunch from wattleseed and macadamia. 

They’re ripping their dessert inspo straight out of the winter veggie patch, with a dish of gently pickled pumpkin ribbons piped with a sweet pumpkin curd and served with brown butter ice cream and a little citrus structure from mandarin. But for sheer drama, don’t go by a snow white goat’s milk sorbet with the farmhouse funk turned up to 11, stained bloodier than the closing scenes of Macbeth with giant, sweet blackberries and beetroot chips in a hybrid sweet vegetal syrup.

As you’d expect from a restaurant of this calibre, each dish is an aesthetic pleasure as well as a gustatory one, served in a room that has doubled down on dark and dramatic set dressing and pendant lights that glow like angler fish lures against the black slashes of paint across the ceiling. Like the people at the table next to us, you can make your meal a meeting, but consider shelving the shop talk: it’d be a shame to let business get in the way of all the pleasures to be had at Bentley Restaurant and Bar.

 

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Fat Noodle
  • Restaurants
  • Darling Harbour

Luke Nguyen’s ‘Table for 2’ menu will showcase some of his most popular Fat Noodle dishes. You can expect delicate spanner crab and pomelo salad with fresh herbs, a rich and fragrant laksa of coconut milk and more seafood than you can throw a stick at, followed by the beloved comfort food of Hainanese chicken rice and ginger relish.

Order directly via the Star's website.

  • Restaurants
  • Malaysian
  • Haymarket

The unbeatable Malaysian hawker experience is now also available to take home thanks to a menu packed with Ho Jiak's most popular signature dishes including its mind-bendingly good nasi goreng. There will also be daily specials available for those looking for something new, and when you order from the Haymarket branch, you can also enjoy delivery via Uber Eats and Deliveroo.

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  • Restaurants
  • Steak house
  • Darling Harbour

Executive Chef Dany Karam has developed a bold five-course menu starting with Wagyu beef jerky, two entrees of King Prawn salad with a light avocado, coconut and roasted chilli dressing, and roasted scallops with a chestnut salad and buttermilk dressing. The main will hero a braised Cape Grim Short rib with gremolata, celeriac and jus gras and sides of cos lettuce salad and potato desiree puree. You’ll want to keep your comfy pants on for the tiramisu with mascarpone.

Order direct via the Star's website.

  • Restaurants
  • Lebanese
  • Sydney

Enjoy a taste of the Middle East with a local spin from this relative newcomer to Sydney's dining scene. You can find a predominantly vegetarian takeaway menu here with top-quality falafel, flavour-packed pitas, delicious plates and moreish sides. Available for pick-up only from the CBD store, 11am-midnight daily.

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Darling Harbour
  • price 3 of 4

On offer at Sydney favourite, Sokyo, is a six course ‘Table for Two’ fine dining at home featuring delicate fresh sashimi as well as the famous miso glazed toothfish with Japanese salsa and a wagyu flank steak with shio koji marinade. They’re even throwing in a tofu cheesecake for good measure.

Order directly via the Star's website.

  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Sydney

Rather conveniently, the team at Fabbrica have leaned hard into an at-home market in recent months, with the restaurant's meal kits now available in many upmarket grocery stores around town. It's all conveniently sealed in an easy-to-carry pack, so simply heat through the sauce and boil the pasta in under five minutes for a restaurant-quality feed at your very own dining table. If you head to Fabbrica's CBD HQ, you can soup-up your supper with some of its high-quality antipasti and pantry staples. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Haymarket
  • price 1 of 4

The saucier cousin of the soup-based ramen is another one of those dishes that doesn't do well in transit, but that's not to say there aren't solutions to this delivery headscratcher. The team at Iiko Mazesoba have created family meal packs which include noodles, chashu, sauce, vinegar, chilli oil, shallots, bamboo shoots, nori and sesame seeds to make six servings for just $55, and if you live within 10km of the CBD, you can also take advantage of free delivery. The available menu will be advertised on the restaurant's Instagram every week. Want to buy now, eat later? You can also get frozen meal packs.

  • Restaurants
  • Middle Eastern
  • Surry Hills
  • price 1 of 4

Not only can you get a delicious fist full of richly spiced, succulent chicken wrapped in expertly baked flatbread, not to mention every other item on the menu, to take away, you can also get the wares of this Surry Hills favourite delivered via Uber Eats or Deliveroo. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Modern Australian
  • Sydney
  • price 2 of 4

Hospitality heavyweights Kitchen by Mike are here to take care of your mid-week lockdown woes by way of their KBM at Home Dinnerboxes. While this list will be ever evolving (and in strictly limited numbers), you can expect to see some classics like Mike's famous sourdough bread, chicken-and-leek pot pie and creamy vanilla rice pudding. Check out the website to get your hands on some feast-worthy feeds at home.

East

The following CBD restaurants are offering takeaway and/or delivery.


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The legends at Lit Canteen in Alexandria are taking care of your takeaway needs in perhaps the best possible way. Their bahn mi boxes feed four people (or two very greedy ones) and have all the fixings you know and love: pork meat; pickled daikon and carrots; little pots of mayonnaise and pâté and atomic chilli for those who are bold. There's a vegetarian option available too, for you plant-based peeps out there. The team are delivering the boxes direct to your door, just send them a text, head to their Bopple page, or slide into their DM's on instagram.

Another venue that was plated to open this month, Roxy's at Double Bay has had to adapt quickly to get their goods out to the world. An elegant interior that we'll just have to wait to step foot in, Roxy's is serving up a special take away menu, drawing on Middle Eastern flavours, local ingredients and classics dishes and cocktails diners know and love, with added spices and personality. The menu will change weekly but you can expect to see the likes of Jerusalem pretzels, chargrilled chicken with quince and cardamom yoghurt and twice cooked sebago potatoes with onion cream. Head to the Roxy's website to order a little taste of things to come.

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Drake Eatery
  • Restaurants
  • Bondi Beach

If you're in the Bondi area, good luck to you. In good news  though the fine folks of Drake Eatery are offering their entire lunch and dinner menus for takeaway - just because we're locked down doesn't mean we have to go without duck lasagne.

More details can be found on their website here.

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  • Restaurants
  • Surry Hills
  • price 2 of 4

Surry Hills institution, NOMAD is offering a la carte dining for curbside pick up, so you don't need to get dolled up for your next date night. Their menu takes advantage of seasonal produce and is updated regularly. Head to their website here for more details.

  • Restaurants
  • Bronte

Three Blue Ducks in Bronte has launched new ‘Weekend Feast’ boxes for $75, serving two, which are prepped and ready for pick up from the cafe to finish at home. 
The box will include some awesome new meals like roasted cauliflower with labneh, pickled grapes, hazelnut, herbs, and sumac; massaman curry with potatoes, peanuts, bean shoot salad and coconut rice as well as tiramisu with savoiardi biscuits.

The Duck's regular menu will also be available to take away daily. Head to their website here to order your takeaway feast.

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  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Bondi
  • price 2 of 4

One taste of its legendary charred and puffy wood-fired bread and we promise it'll be living rent free in your head for a long time. So it's good news you can order it, along with pasta, antipsi and even pre-batched cocktails from its Bondi flagship. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Chinese
  • Sydney
  • price 2 of 4

Swing by Mr Wong in the CBD to pick up a Cantonese feast of their specialty steam dim sum platter, honey glazed pork, king crab rice and Peking duck pancakes. Orders are available for pick-up only daily from noon-3pm and 5-9pm.

  • Restaurants
  • Bondi North
  • price 2 of 4

North Bondi Fish recently transformed into North Bondi Nami for Winter – a Japanese inspired pop-up bar and restaurant overlooking Bondi Beach. During lockdown, it’s serving a takeaway menu of daily market sashimi, yellowfin tuna tataki, chicken ramen, soba noodle salad just to name a few. They’ve even curated a retro disco playlist to bring the party back to your place. The lockdown pack serves two and includes your choice of two ramen, prawn gyozas, and 500ml bottled cocktail for $88. Check out the menu here for more details.

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  • Restaurants
  • Modern Asian
  • Potts Point
  • price 2 of 4

This Potts Point favourite will be keeping locals sated with its mod Asian-fusion menu, including tom yum fried rice, soy-glazed chicken wings and those (in)famous cheeseburger spring rolls. Orders are available for pick-up daily, noon-3pm and 5-9pm.

Chiswick
  • Restaurants
  • Woollahra
  • price 2 of 4

Feeling fancy? Chiswick are offering a whole bunch of Winter dishes to take home during lockdown. You can grab a few small dishes like their ‘barra-masalada’ and woodfired flatbread, or go big and feed the whole family with herb roasted chicken or the slow cooked lamb shoulder. Treat yourself with a bottle of bubbles to top things off! See more details at Chiswick’s website here.

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A Tavola - Darlinghurst
  • Restaurants
  • Darlinghurst

A Tavola at home, what a wonderful phrase. The good folks at beloved Italian pasta heaven A Tavola are launching their contact-free delivery service citywide, which is great for a chilly winter night, lockdown or not. Housemade pasta sauces are ready to go, as well as ‘kid-approved’ minestrone, thin sheets of delicate pasta stacked high to make a knock-out lasagne as well as a fairly hefty-looking tiramisu. Things could certainly be worse. Check out everything on offer here.

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  • Restaurants
  • Middle Eastern
  • Surry Hills

Up-market Lebonese charcoal chook joint Henrietta was born during lockdown, so it’s little surprise that the venue opened more or less future-proofed for the kind of lockdown Sydney now finds itself in, thanks to a handy takeaway window on Crown Street. You can still enjoy its full menu of perfectly charred chicken, house-made pickles, heavenly garlic sauce, hearty salads, and Middle Eastern sides, available to pick-up or for delivery via Uber Eats.

  • Restaurants
  • Modern Australian
  • Surry Hills

Service: Pick up

This intimate deg-only diner in Surry Hills has launched ‘Arthur To-Go’, a collection of rotating meals featuring a main, side and dessert, priced between $80-$100. Think lasagne with pork and tomato ragù, cottage pie or housemade duck sausages with mash. Click here to view the full menu and place an order.

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Chicken Shop
  • Restaurants
  • Paddington

This Darlo gem is dishing up a selection of sandwiches, salads and burgers that are easy to pick up for takeaway from the hole-in-the-wall on Oxford Street. It'll be open with reduced hours, daily from 11.30-8.30pm.

  • Restaurants
  • Middle Eastern
  • Surry Hills

Henrietta in Surry Hills is ramping up its already popular takeaway window for 2022, and you know what that means; bronzed Middle Eastern-style chickens fresh off the chargrill are ready and waiting for you. Throw in some pickles, a serve of housemade smoked labneh and you’ve got yourself a feast, friend. It's available for pick up and delivery, so get in while the getting is good.

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  • Bars
  • Pubs
  • Paddington
  • price 2 of 4

The team at The Paddington are taking the guesswork out of dinner with great family meals including their famous rotisserie roast chicken, chicken and mushroom pie, whole fried chicken and juicy lamb rump. Orders will be available for pick-up only Mon-Sat, 11.30am-8.30pm.

  • Restaurants
  • Darlinghurst
  • price 1 of 4

You can order every item on Lucio's menu at both its Darlinghurst and Zetland outposts for delivery or pick-up, including antipasti, pasta, plates and of course its range of pizzas. It's also offering pasta, sauces and family meal kits to cook at home if you want to unleash your inner chef. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Vegan
  • Bondi
  • price 2 of 4

Vegans needn't go hungry when they're staying at home. Peppe's is offering its full range of vegan pasta dishes for pick-up or delivery via Deliveroo and UberEats in and around Bondi.

  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Coogee

While you won't be able to find aboslutely everything on the a la carte menu for takeaway, this beachside Italian has managed to get most of its greatest hits ready for your dining table. You can order from a range of ten pasta dishes, a handful of entrees and even some heartier mains. 

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  • Bars
  • Darlinghurst
  • price 1 of 4

This Darlo pub is expanding its delivery capabilities over the next few weeks by using its otherwise out-of-work bartenders and staff to take orders around Sydney. For all orders in a 1km radius of the Taphouse in Darlinghurst, the local beer haven will be serving up complimentary delivery with no minimum spend, including alcohol delivered to your door, $6 shots of Jameson or Jack Daniels to add on to your order, and on Sundays its award-winning roast delivered at just $25.

Butter
  • Restaurants
  • Surry Hills
  • price 1 of 4

Purveyors of comfort food are the heroes of these troubled times, so thank your lucky stars that the fried chicken from Surry Hills’ Butter is available for delivery through Uber Eats. What’s new during lockdown? The Butter Ramen Club Special - the Tori Miso Ramen by chef Kerby Craig (of UME Burger) – not usually available for delivery will be orderable, albeit in limited amounts, so order early to avoid disappointment. And its not just the fine folk of Surry Hills who can enjoy an order. Butter will be offering takeaway from its Parramatta and Chatswood venues too.

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Fu Manchu
  • Restaurants
  • Darlinghurst

They are a friendly bunch at Fu Manchu - kid-friendly, vego-friendly, and even coeliacs get their own special menu at this little Chinese place in the heart of Darlinghurst. They keep to the lighter side of Chinese cooking here – the menu is big on steamed items and if you are just after a snack, some pork belly buns or a plate of dumplings should hit the spot. Fu Manchu's tiny team of three have pledged to go from prepping and cooking to jumping into the car to deliver door to door, and they're taking orders from all over town too.

  • Restaurants
  • Italian
  • Surry Hills
  • price 2 of 4

Pizza purists from Melbourne will be familiar with DOC, but since it opened its first Sydney outpost in Surry Hills in late 2019, it's earned quite the Sydney following too. The pizzeria and deli will be offering takeaway for pick-up throughout lockdown, or delivery via Door Dash and Uber Eats.

 

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