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TOP TAKE OUT: The best places to eat this weekend without having to put pants on

So, anyone looking at the calendar would be right in guessing that it is, in fact October.

However, if you take a look out your window any given day, it wouldn’t be that much of a stretch to assume that we were stuck somewhere in June.

Can I get a group chorus of what is up with this weather?. Who wants to go out on days like these? Not me, friend, not me. So here are our top five eats to order-in this weekend. 

All of these gems can be found on the likes of UberEats et al, so let your fingers do the walking!


Darby Raj

3/115 Darby St, Cooks Hill

The OG Indian, right at your fingertips? Let’s make it happen, right? Well, you can make it happen, all with the push of a few buttons.

You might not even need to put pants on. From naan bread to butter chicken and everything in between, if you’re keen for something a little spicy, Raj is your new best friend. 


The Naughty Dog

The Oasis – 55 Beaumont Street, Hamilton

Ready to get a little dirty? Heck yeah, you are!

This relatively new edition to the online delivery services in town is one you’re bound to love. For fans of American deliciousness and loaded hot dogs (fries and wings) this is for you.

Enjoy. You’re welcome. Etc. 

The Oriental

53 Bull Street, Cooks Hill

Love the Ori but hate leaving the house?

Why not blast the music at home, pretend someone else ran into you and spill a little beer down your front, and chow down on a delicious Ori pizza.

Whether you’re a pineapple fan or not, when you’re thinking pizza, is there ever an alternative to the Ori?


Oasis Turkish Pide

Oasis – 55 Beaumont Street, Hamilton

Speaking of getting a little dirty, why wait until 2am for your daily dose of crazy?

Chicken, vego, the lot, or whatever else takes your fancy, why not order from the comfort of your own home. If you close your eyes and pour some beer on your shoes, you’ll swear you’ve just come from the Kent. #authentic


Benjamas Thai

1/100 Darby Street, Cooks Hill 

The place that most locals will loudly proclaim is the best Thai in town, is also right here at your fingertips.

Just load up the dishes, and imagine how great they will taste as leftovers the next day.

Massaman anyone?

Written by Laura Kebby

I write words about talented people doing talented things, and translate chatter by putting pen to paper.

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