Rally behind Sydney’s hospitality industry by making a grab-and-go purchase from these restaurants’ takeaway menus.
With the Coronavirus situation continuing to evolve, many of us are taking steps to protect ourselves. The might be working from home or switching face-to-face work meetings for phone calls. Unfortunately, those who work in hospitality don’t have that option, they can’t plug in remotely or work from home. In fact, they need our support more than ever.
Even for those of us who’d prefer to stay at home, you still have plenty of options when it comes to offering your patronage to your favourites restaurants. A number of top-notch dining spots are now offering takeaway options to give punters the chance to score a delicious feed (without needing to dine-in). So, where can you order takeaway dishes from? Check out our guide below.
For lovers of authentic Italian eats and delicious vino, 10 William Street will be a familiar name. And in light of recent events, they’re now offering their delicious dishes to-go with a newly launched ’10 William St A Casa Tua’ menu. Simply choose the number of people you’re feeding (meal for 2 for $75 or meal for 4 for $120), and get ready to dig into pork and vela lasagne, roast pumpkin with goats curd and kale, tiramisu and so much more. Simply call the restaurant on 9360 3310, with the restaurant’s staff delivering these meals every from 5pm to 9pm (except Sundays). Find out more here.
Finding its home in heart of Chippendale, the fun, casual eatery A1 Canteen is now serving up its entire menu of eats for takeaway. Taking diners from breakfast right through lunch, punters can grab and go their favourites from the menu including curried eggs + LP’s sausages on an English muffin, their iconic grilled chicken burger, the muffuletta (pressed sandwich with olive salad, cold cuts, cheese, artichokes, and spinach) plus so much more. Want to really throw your support behind this venue? Why not purchase some of their merch, such as tote bags and keep cups here.
Want something a little more refined for dinner tonight? Why not order a spread of delicious traditional French dishes from Glebe’s Bellevue Cottage. Owned and operated by Chef Antoine Moscovitz, the restaurant has pivoted entirely to takeaway, offering a reimagined menu of to-go options designed to be shared. Expect larger dishes of confit chicken, prawn Sheperd’s pie and more (crafted to be enjoyed between 2 to 3 people). Plus, you’ll also find the venue’s regular dishes such as the Pork Belly and Salad Niçise available for takeaway.
To place an order, customers can call the restaurant at 02 9552 6493 and schedule their preferred pickup time for lunch (11am-3pm, Fri-Sun) and dinner (5pm-9pm, Mon-Sun). Plus, the restaurant has partnered with DoorDash to offer delivery to those in surrounding suburbs. To find out more, click here.
Want to score delicious eats from one of Sydney’s most renowned restaurant groups? Bently Groups’ four hatted restaurants (Bentley Restaurant + Bar, Monopole, Yellow and Cirrus) have launched its very first at-home dining service. Curated by co-owner and chef Brent Savage, these four distinct menus (one of which is entirely vegan) will bring a taste of these premium dining spots to the dining rooms of Sydneysiders. This menu ranges from $75-$110, designed for two and come almost ready to eat (with just a few finishing touches needed by home cooks). Plus, co-owner and sommelier Nick Hildebrant can provide suggest wine pairings from $30 per bottle (or even add on a signature cocktail).
The Star’s BLACK Bar & Grill has developed a new take-away fine dining experience for $60 per person. Diners will start their culinary experience with Executive Chef Dany Karam’s mouth-watering Wagyu beef jerky, followed by two entrees of a sensational 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 Shortrib served with gremolata, celeriac and jus gras accompanied with sides including a cos lettuce salad with French dressing and potato desiree puree. To finish, diners will enjoy one of Dany’s favourites – the tiramasu with mascarpone and crispy brown butter. The menu is available for $120 for two people and can be ordered online here for delivery or pick-up.
Whilst Capriccio has always been pasta at heart, they have newly added napoleon pizza to their wood-fired oven to satisfy every Italian cravings. Their entire take out menu can be ordered online through their website, discounted up to 30% off. You can even add on a spritz or two, a lovely bottle of Italian grape at discounted prices.
Pre-order Capriccio quality pasta & sauces on their online shop – Pasta@Home, to enjoy at home. To order Pasta@Home click here or to order take-away eats click here.
CicciaBella have launched Porta Via Per La Casa – ‘Takeaway For The Home’ packs, featuring ‘almost ready’ meals that only require a few finishing touches by home cooks. These packs ($80) serve 2, and feature a selection of delicious antipasti along with hearty Italian mains and dessert. Plus, you can also order pre-made pasta sauces and handmade pasta, ready to be prepared at home. All items are available to preorder online and pickup only from CicciaBella every Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 3pm-7pm. Order here.
Da Mario has just introduced an online shop featuring made to order trays of delicious eats such as lasagne as well as ‘Da Box’ (a customisable ingredients box filled with fresh pasta, with gluten-free options available, and ready-to-bake pizza). This box comes in 2 sizes and can only be purchased from the venue’s website here (pick up and delivery available). Plus, the venue is offering 10% off their entire takeaway menu while trading restrictions are in place. Find out more here.
Australia’s cult dumpling house Din Tai Fung has just announced their newly-launched online ordering platform, enabling Sydneysiders to chow down on these delicious eats at home. Punters can now order all their favourite frozen dumplings, noodles and sauces plus hot food and alcohol items (made fresh to order). Plus, want to score a freebie? From now until May 8th you can score:
- Free Frozen Spicy Shrimp & Pork Wontons (6pcs) with every home delivery order
- Free Frozen BBQ Pork Buns (2pcs) + Spicy Shrimp & Pork Wontons (6pcs) when you spend above $80
- Free Din Tai Fung branded Steamer Basket* (limited to first 100 orders) + BBQ Pork Buns (2pcs) + Spicy Shrimp & Pork Wontons (6pcs) when you spend above $150
Find out more and place your order here.
Who doesn’t love authentic Italian pizza? If you’re craving a slice, Surry Hills’ newly opened D.O.C Pizza + Mozzarella Bar in Surry Hills is now serving up their entire menu for takeaway. That’s right, you can score all the boxes of San Marano tomato, DOP buffalo mozzarella + DOP San Daniele prosciutto pizza to-go (along with plenty of delicious salads, pastas, cheeses and sides). Swing by anytime from 12pm to 10:30pm to grab your feed, with orders able to be placed over the phone ( (02) 9211 1507) or in-person for pick-up only.
Learn more about D.O.C Pizza + Mozzarella Bar here.
For only $35 per person, internationally renowned chef Luke Nguyen, has created a new take-away menu showcasing four of his most popular dishes from his popular Fat Noodle restaurant at The Star. The evening will start with the spanner crab and pomelo salad served with bean sprouts, fresh herbs, cherry tomato, crushed peanut and a chilli lime dressing. The famous Singapore Seafood Laksa teeming with prawns, fish cake, scallops, squid, tofu and egg in a rich spicy coconut broth will be the second highlight, followed by Hainanese chicken rice with a delectable ginger shallot relish, fresh seasonal greens and steamed fragrant rice. Dessert on offer will be the deliciously light chilled mango sago cream. The menu is available for $70 for two people and can be ordered online here for delivery or pick-up.
Speaking of delicious chicken, get ready to take away guilt-free Korean chicken from Darling Square’s Goobne. Goobne is now offering its entire menu for takeaway on Menulog. If you’re feeding family and friends, choices include a whole oven-roasted chicken and an array of sides or grab yourself the signature volcano boneless spicy chicken. Find out more here.
The team from Iceberg’s is back, and now offering a curated selection of dishes for takeaway. Dig into their classic ‘Iceburger’ or order a serve of ‘Spaghetti al Ragu di Cinghiale’, as well as pre-made batches of Negroni and delicious bottles of wine. Order online here.
The team from Woollahra’s I Maccheroni by Rustic Kitchen has pivoted to takeaway and delivery, with a simple set menu and daily rotating special dish for $50 (serves 2 people). Their takeaway menu of small bites, sides, salads, slow-cooked meats and pasta is available from Monday to Saturday from 5-8pm (with orders made via text (0403478995) or email (INFO@IMACCHERONI.COM.AU). Plus, the restaurant has also created a pack of 6 frozen meals for $150 that is available to pick up or deliver every Wednesday (preorder only by Sunday noon). To complete your dining experience, why not add on their wine of the week to your order for $29. To find out more, click here.
Celebrating the culture, flavours and local hospitality of southern India and Sri Lanka, INDU prides itself in delivering delicious coastal and village-inspired eats to Sydneysiders. And even if you aren’t able to dine-in, the team at INDU have you covered with a lavish takeaway menu of southern Indian and Sri Lankan eats to enjoy from the comfort of your couch. Grab a take-home curry box (packed with rice, meat and loads of veggies for just $15) or nab one of their menu items to-go (with everything from Salmon Dosa to Kale Mallung Salads and a variety of aromatic curries to choose from). Plus, menu prices have been adjusted by 25% for all takeaway orders and are available for pickup or delivery within the CBD area. To find out more, click here.
Kepos Street Kitchen is currently open for takeaway with a limited menu as well as our deli fridge which has been a great addition to the Kepos family. The venue is open daily from 8am to 2pm for takeaway brekkie, lunch and drinks (including wine) with lots of delicious eats available to-go. Find out more here.
A Paddington institution, Lucio’s has been serving exceptional Italian eats to Sydneysiders since 1983. In response to the recent social distancing measures, the restaurant has developed a creative approach to ensure they’re still able to serve diners. Lucio’s At Home features a dedicated takeaway menu of the restaurant’s favourite dishes, with the entire menu currently 25% off the usual menu price. Orders can be placed via phone or email from 12pm to 8 pm daily, with dishes made on a first-come, first-served basis (with pick up from 5:30 pm). The team also hope to role out a personalised home delivery service to Paddington and Woollahra locals within the next few days too.
To find out more and to browse this limited edition takeaway menu, click here.
For those craving delicious Japanese-inspired eats, look no further than the CBD’s rebellious izakaya, Kid Kyoto. This delicious dining spot is now giving Sydneysiders a chance to enjoy their favourite Kid Kyoto dishes from home with the launch of a new takeaway offering. In fact, their entire menu can be ordered to takeaway (and you’ll even receive a 25% discount on every single dish, too). Dig into kingfish sashimi, egg noodles with shitake XO, Yuzu glazed chicken and so much more. Or, why not let their team serve up the best of their menu with the ‘Trust Us’ feast ($59 pp) or even their ‘Deluxe Edition’ set menu ($75 pp) to treat yourself while dining at home. Kid Kyoto’s takeaway menu is available for pickup or delivery within the CBD area. To find out more, click here.
For anyone who has dined at Kitchen By Mike’s CBD outpost, you’ll be well acquainted with award-winning chef Mike McEnearney’s signature wholesome dishes. And if you’d like a serve of these delicious, hearty dishes at home, you’re in luck. The team is now offering KBM at Home, creating and delivering fresh, hearty pre-cooked meals to your door. Ordered online, this rotating selection of meals and larder staples are lovingly prepared using seasonal produce, available in both family size or single-serve portions (and all set at affordable prices). Expect nourishing dishes such as Moroccan lamb stew, sweet potato and red cabbage gratin, twice-baked goat’s cheese soufflé and so much more. And yes, Mike’s legendary sourdough bread will be available to help mop up all the delicious juices. Keep an eye out as the team is planning to launch fresh produce boxes and pasture-raised eggs soon too.
Set to launch this week, KBM at Home will be delivered to the Inner West, Eastern Suburbs and Lower North Shore. To find out more, click here.
One of our favourite upscale Japanese restaurants, Kuro Bar & Dining has pivoted their service to continuing serving Sydneysiders during these challenging times. Their new grab-and-go offering includes:
- Mixed Meat Box ($100+): a curated premium meat box handpicked and aged in-house by executive chef Taka Teramoto.
- Limited edition Chef’s Selection Menu ($50 per person): a three-course dining feast delivered to your home.
- A ready-to-eat menu with dishes starting at just $16.
Set in the heart of the CBD, Sydneysiders have come to expect delicious authentic market-to-table Mexican eats at Méjico. This flavourful dining destination is known for serving up aromatic dishes inspired by the colourful markets of Mexico City. And now you can get their menu to-go including everything from street snacks of jalapeno poppers and corn ribs to delicious tacos (loaded with chargrilled chicken, beef brisket, honey glazed carrot and more), Yucatan spiced fried chicken and so much more. The best bit? You’ll score 25% off each dish by ordering to takeaway (available for pick-up or delivering within the CBD area). Find out more here.
Say hello to Merivale At Home, the new at-home dining service featuring some of the top restaurants from this hospitality powerhouse. Wondering where you can order delicious takeaway eats from? Here are the Merivale venues taking part:
- Mr. Wong
- Bert’s Bar and Brasserie
- Vinnie’s Pizza
- Mr. Wong
- The Paddington & The Chicken Shop
- Coogee Pavilion
Bunker down at home with a bucket of karaage chicken and gyozas from the team at Nakano Darling. The team from this new Darling Square restaurant is now offering takeaway packs of these signature dishes along with a special takeaway menu. Simply call 597 4301 to order and they’ll have them ready to pick up. There’s even free 15 minutes parking on Darling Drive which is just a 10 seconds wander to the front door. Find out more here.
As one of our favourite new openings, we’re thrilled to see the team from No. 92 GPR pivoting their service to embrace a takeaway friendly menu. In fact, these guys are going one step further. The venue are now offering cocktail kits and tasty dinners to help you recreate their delicious dishes in the comfort of your own home. Crafted by head chef John Lyons, the menu will deliver everything from celeriac, king oyster, cherry and ricotta lasagne to half organic roasted chicken with sides, cheese and charcuterie platters and more. Talk about a luxe takeaway experience! Simply call ahead on 9571 9292 or order online and pick up from their Mitchell Street window (or request delivery if you live within 5km of the venue).
Find out more about No. 92 GPR here.
NOLA Smokehouse and Bar brings a slice of the New Orleans to Sydney. The team offers slow and low BBQ smoked meat, refined Creole cuisine, American whiskeys, and classic cocktails, but most importantly warm hospitality. To order takeaway from the venue, click here.
As one of the most exciting spots to wine and dine in the CBD, we’re thrilled to share the range of takeaway options Prince of York is now serving up for Sydneysiders. Prince of York’s Cook @ Home offering delivers hand-made pasta and sauces vacuum sealed and ready to cook at home (did someone say fresh spaghetti with 8-hour tomato sauce?). Want someone else to do the cooking for you? Prince of York’s Ready to Eat takeaway menu delivers a curated selection of crowd-pleasing dishes by Head Chef Sam Bull, available for pick up or delivery. Plus, the team has partnered with Shorty’s Liquor and Moonshine Music to create a Party @ Home package, combining their takeaway food menu with booze and music (able to be delivered to your door or picked-up from Prince of York). The best bit? Customers will even score 10% off their takeaway order from Shorty’s Liquor. To find out more, click here.
Craving a dose of delicious sushi and sashimi? Luckily, the team from Saké Restaurant & Bar Double Bay has just launched Saké @ Home, a new takeaway service featuring all of the venue’s classic dishes. From Hiramasa Kingfish to popcorn shrimp and karaage chicken plus plenty of sushi rolls, dig into all your favourites from this to-go menu. Plus you can ever score beer, cider, wines and sake from their online ordering platform too. Punters can order online here for pick-up from the venue, or order delivery via UberEats. To find out more, click here.
Satisfy your Italian cravings in the comfort of your home. Secolo Dining is offering their fresh pasta, woodfired pizza, panini, Italian beer and wine takeaway for pick-up and delivery via their online ordering site here. They have also added take-home food hampers which include a bottle of wine from $59 to make cooking at home easy. Find out more here.
For the first time, The Star Sydney’s award-winning restaurant, Sokyo, will be available to enjoy at home with a special six-course share menu launched this week. Designed by award-winning chef Chase Kojima the new offering will begin with the Kingfish miso ceviche, one of Chase’s signature menu items, followed by a snapper carpaccio with a white soy vinaigrette. Chefs will then move to the grill to serve up the chicken robata with a mushroom salad. The two main courses focus on the very best produce available from the ocean and the land with the famous miso-glazed toothfish with Japanese salsa and the wagyu flank steak with a shio koji marinade, garlic ponzu and roasted brussels sprouts. The dining experience will be completed with the tofu cheesecake for dessert. The menu is available for $140 for two people and can be ordered online here for delivery or pick-up.
Since 1973, co-owners Max and Rudi have been running Stuyvesant House in Crows Nest, a local favourite widely known for its unique atmosphere, great German food and an incredible wine list. The venue is now offering restaurant-quality meat, frozen soups and takeaway from their uniquely German menu as well as a selection of drops from one of the best restaurant wine cellars in Sydney. If you want a 95 Grange or a bottle of 1979 Château Lafite-Rothschild 1st Growth or even a special 1952 Rioja from Spain, this is the place for you. Find out more here.
Finding its home in the kitchen of Bondi Beach’s Good One cafe, tenxdining is the new Israeli dining concept serving simple, wholesome ingredients to Sydneysiders. The team launched tenxdining as a pop-up contemporary Australian degustation influenced by traditional Israeli flavours, held bi-monthly at Good One cafe in Bondi and boasting just 10 seats around a communal dining table. Although the pop-up dinners have been paused, husband and wife duo chef Yali (ex-Ester, Cho Cho San) and Emma (FOH at ACME, Apollo and Sean’s Panorama) have adapted their offering, now serving hearty Israeli dinners for takeaway and pickup.
Dishes are available daily from 5pm-8:30pm, featuring a ‘Feast for One’ box, the ‘Israeli Feast for 4’ as well as a selection of smaller dishes including roasted organic chicken with salsa Verde, almost burnt eggplant and cauliflower with Schug and tahini. You can browse the full menu here, order pick-up here and delivery here.
Did someone say boozy fried chicken? That’s right, the team from Paddington’s New Orleans-inspired bar The Big Easy have teamed up with Fireball Whisky to create delicious buckets of fireball fried chicken. Each bucket comes loaded with six large Fireball-infused chicken pieces, alongside a bottle of Fireball hot sauce. And for vegan diners, you can get the Louisiana Fireball Fried Cauliflower delivered to your door instead. These epic boozy eats are available from Friday, April 17th on the Menulog app. Download the app and search for The Big Easy to find out more.
The Dolphin’s unbeatable wine selection and produce will now be available for the first time to enjoy at home or on the go. With between 200 and 300 unique bottles of local and imported and natural wines, bottled spirits and cocktails, you can now browse the shelves while waiting to pick up our restaurant-quality take away menu and shopping some of the products selected by our kitchen team such as fresh focaccia and pastas, charcuterie plus some packaged finish at-home meals.
With a takeaway menu including an executive edit of all your favourite Dolphin Italo pizzas, pastas, our
famous public bar burgers and hits like Calamari St Andrea, Linguine with Prawns and XO, Pork Cotoletta
and Herb Roasted Chicken Cacciatore. Call us or place an online order through our website to pick up or pop in and order directly while you browse the store for goodies. Find out more here.
As one of Sydney’s newest venues, Tokki is committed to helping its community come together with an exclusive social distancing menu. Uniting the flavours of Seoul and Tokyo, Tokki’s new takeaway menu is set to feature their famous fried chicken along with kimchi or mushroom fried rice. Plus, the owners of Tokki (David Bae and Tony) will be delivering these takeaway dishes to customers within a 1km radius of the restaurant. To place your order, simply phone (02) 9280 3637, with pick-up available in-store as well. Delivery is available Tuesday to Thursday from 5-9pm as well as Friday and Saturday from 5-10pm. Find out more here.
Now you can indulge in Yuki’s fine Japanese cuisine from the comfort of your own home. After 28 years running Sapporo Shu Sugisaki opened Yuki’s at the Quay where his chefs Hiroshi Miura (formerly from Unkai at the Shangr-la and Rosen in Darlinghurst) serve the freshest sushi and sashimi along with authentic traditional and modern Japanese cuisine. Yuki’s is offering takeaway and delivery sake, Japanese craft beer and their authentic Japanese dishes. Find out more here.
Staying at home? Why not complete your dining experience with booze delivered to your door.