Order takeaway food from online takeaways in Stafford


Al Karim’s, 01785 223136, 142 Newport Road, Stafford ST16 2EZ


Atlas Kebab House, 01785 244321, 1a Marston Road, Stafford ST16 3BS


Balti Kitchen, 01785 227615, 135c Newport Road, Stafford ST16 2EZ


Bamboo Garden, 01785 256591, 61 Foregate Street, Stafford ST16 2PT


Banjo’s Sandwich Take Away, 01785 245291, 84 Sandon Road, Stafford ST16 3HF


Baswich Fish & Chip Shop, 01785 660500, 39 Bodmin Avenue, Stafford ST17 0EF


Day Win, 01785 258720, 21-22 Common Road, Stafford ST16 3DQ


Father Tom’s, 01785 220888, 8 Church Lane, Stafford ST16 2AW


Fatso’s, 01785 222611, 2 Stone Road, Stafford ST16 2RQ


Fortune City Takeaway, 01785 213188, 29 Sandon Road, Stafford ST16 3ES


Fungs Chinese Take-Away, 01785 244333, 40 Eastgate Street, Stafford ST16 2LZ


Golden Gate Chinese Take-Away, 01785 252269, 10 Stone Road, Stafford ST16 2RQ


Goodview Chinese Take Away, 01785 258170, 1 Telegraph Street, Stafford ST17 4AT


Great Wall, 01785 851459, 22 Stafford Street, Eccleshall, Stafford ST21 6BH 


Lotus House, 01785 214556, 5c Lichfield Road, Stafford ST17 4JX


Mandarin House, 01785 256804, 5 Parkside Shopping Precinct, Stafford ST16 1TQ


Manley House Highfields, 01785 222343, Unit 4 Cape Avenue, Stafford ST17 9FL


Margs Takeaway, 01785 244478, 28 Marston Road, Stafford ST16 3BS


McGregor’s, 01785 225867, 22 Crabbery Street, Stafford ST16 2BA


Mercian Fast Food Ltd, 01785 225544, Greyfriars, Stafford ST16 2SA


New Garden, 01785 713866, Market Street, Penkridge, Stafford ST19 5DH


New Manley, 01785 824388, 32 High Street, Gnosall, Stafford ST20 0EX


Oriental Kitchen, 01785 220550, 145 Newport Road, Stafford ST16 2EZ


Perfect Pizza, 01785 256046, 6 North Walls, Stafford ST16 3AD


Piccolo’s Pizza Bar Kebab & Steakhouse, 01785 850122, 30A High Street, Eccleshall, Stafford  


Raj Balti, 01785 823248, 1 Station Road, Gnosall, Stafford ST20 0EZ


Royal Tandoori, 01785 246737, 60 Foregate Street, Stafford ST16 2PT


Spice Delight, 01785 245554, 5a Lichfield Road, Stafford ST17 4JX


Tandoori Kitchen, 01785 850996, 7 Small Lane, Eccleshall, Stafford ST21 6AD


Wong’s, 01902 851541, 2 Engleton Lane, Brewood, Stafford ST19 9DZ


A meat chop is a cut of meat cut perpendicularly to the spine, and usually containing a rib or riblet part of a vertebra and served as an individual portion.

The most common kinds of meat chops are pork and lamb. A thin boneless chop, or one with only the rib bone, may be called a cutlet, though the difference is not always clear. The term "chop" is not usually used for beef, but a T-bone steak is essentially a loin chop, and a rib steak a rib chop..

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Popcorn, also known as popping corn, is a type of corn (maize, Zea mays var. everta) that expands from the kernel and puffs up when heated. Popcorn is able to pop because, like amaranth grain, sorghum, quinoa, and millet, its kernels have a hard moisture-sealed hull and a dense starchy interior. When heated, pressure builds within the kernel, and a small explosion (or "pop") is the end result. Some strains of corn are now cultivated specifically as popping corns.

There are various techniques for popping corn. Along with prepackaged popcorn, which is generally intended to be prepared in a microwave oven, there are small home appliances for popping corn. These methods require the use of minimally processed popping corn..


Kebab is a wide variety of meat dishes originating in Persia, and a common takeaway food. In English, kebab with no qualification generally refers more specifically to shish kebab served on the skewer or döner kebab served wrapped in bread with a salad and a dressing.

In Persia, however, kebab includes grilled, roasted, and stewed dishes of large or small cuts of meat, or even ground meat; it may be served on plates, in sandwiches, or in bowls. The traditional meat for kebab is lamb. Like other ethnic foods brought by travellers, the kebab has become part of everyday cuisine in UK takeaways.


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Chicken Korma is a dish that comes from Mughlai cuisine where it was cooked for the wealthy and has a prestigious status associated with the royal courts.

There is so much about this dish that I could tell you, but the main thing is that if you don't like the heavy, sweet, creamy korma curries served in restaurants then please, please, please try this. It is simply amazing. It's light, it's fresh and has a subtle sweetness which comes from the cassia bark rather than spoonfuls of processed sugar. 

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