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s much as we all love a slap-up meal and a sophisticated night out, sometimes a Saturday night is best enjoyed on the sofa with something delicious


that, quite simply, somebody else has slaved over – and with so much good food-to-go in the city, there’s no need to compromise on quality, either.


Burgers ’n’ Barrels


Here you’ll find a select menu of monster burgers starting from £5.25 – try Phat Patty’s Veggie with cheddar-stuffed Portobello mushrooms and garlic yoghurt; or perhaps the super hot Hells Bells, available to collect and take away. If you’re feeling extra indulgent you could


There’s a simple but very well done pan-Asian menu at Gong Fu


Road, Bath, 01225 313030; www.burgersnbarrels.co.uk


If you’re after a quality alternative to the TV dinner, cordon bleu-trained duo Rebecca and Nancy offer an award- winning range of fine-dining ready meals (around £7.95-£9.25 for a main course for two) and free delivery within BA1 on orders over £35. The girls support local suppliers and all dishes – casseroles, curries and tagines – are cooked daily at St James’s Street. “Our dishes are perfect for busy people who want excellent food without all the junk found in supermarket processed food, but just don’t have the time to cook,” says Nancy. (See also p98). 8 St James’s Street, Bath 01225 312805; www.cavendishcooks.co.uk


Cavendish Cooks Gong Fu


Gong Fu is a great old faithful, offering a simple but very well done pan-Asian menu with main courses at around £6, a plentiful selection of bubble tea and a delivery service. Make sure your choice of sides includes the prawn dumplings,


52 Bath Life www.mediaclash.co.uk


We visit some of Bath’s top takeaway spots to see what’s on offer for those nights when the thought of washing up is, well, just too much, says AMANDA NICHOLLS


always pick up a cheeky peanut butter milkshake, beer or freshly squeezed lemonade to go with it. (See also p46). 2 Victoria Buildings, Lower Bristol


salt and pepper squid and spicy prawn crackers, all of which are excellent . . . 16 Kingsmead Square; 01225 463442


The Mexican fare at 4 New Street is enough to sate the hungriest of appetites – and we can vouch for that. Pop in and build a beast of a burrito for under £7 – choose your dish, filling, extras and salsas, then take a seat or head on home to tuck in. To make things easier, you can now pre-order your burritos online and go straight to the front of the queue to pick them up. 4 New Street, Bath 01225 442599; www.missionburrito.co.uk


Mission Burrito Peking Chinese


Peking’s extensive menu, offering Cantonese, Szechuan and Peking cuisine, includes classics (roughly between £8.95- £15.95) alongside more exotic creations such as their lobster and crab dishes. Although they don’t deliver, there’s 15 per cent off takeaway orders, and a Chinese from here isn’t nearly as bad for the waistline as you’d expect, with very little oil used, and the freshest ingredients. 1-2 New Street, Bath, 01225 466377; www.pekingrestaurantbath.co.uk


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