So Christmas is over, you’ve just about sobered up and digested Christmas dinner and before you know it, New Year’s Eve is here and it’s time to start all over again. Well this time around there’s no need to worry about planning and preparing a meal for your party as Delivery Hero can swoop on in and take care of all your New Year food needs!
If you’re in Sydney and in the Glebe vicinity, for example, consider putting on a Thai buffet and order your New Year food from the tasty Eat Thai. Classic Thai fare such as spring rolls, satay chicken, pad thai and stir-fry noodles are all offer as well as the chef’s specials such as sweet potato prawns and stir-fried seafood. Order a stack of dishes and lay out a Thai feast, your guests will love it.
If you’re in Melbourne, why not opt for something a bit different for your new year food and serve up a Turkish Takeaway extravaganza from Pasha’s Fine Ottomon Cuisine. Kick things off with some vine leaf dolma or Turkish pide as an appetiser. For the main course, choose from such culinary deliciousness as Guvec (slow cooked lamb with eggplant, zucchini, onion, mushroom, carrot, celery and garlic served with bulgar wheat) Or perhaps some Imam Biyaldi (Braised stuffed eggplant) along with traditional Turkish food such as Kofte and Adana Kebab.
Or for the classic choice that everyone will love, go for some pizza takeaway. Benino’s Pizza in Melbourne has a fabulous array of pizza and pasta on offer including the Flamin’ Meatball pizza (Napoli Base, Mozzarella Cheese, Flame Grilled Meat Balls, Crispy Bacon, Spanish Onions, Roasted Capsicum, Sundried Tomato, Feta Cheese, Garlic, Chilli ) or Firecracker (Napoli Base, Mozzarella Cheese, Hot Salami, Italian Sausage, Spanish Onion, Fresh Tomato, Jalapenos, Garlic and Chilli Flakes ). Pizza is always a wonderful New Year food option too as any cold leftovers make for an instant 1st Jan hangover aid!
So there you have it, three great Delivery Hero options to ensure you have a brilliant New Year’s Eve without the stress of having to cook. Just remember to order in some booze, perhaps some champagne for midnight and get those New Year playlists together. What better way to kick off 2012!
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