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The ATF Guide To Restaurant At Home Experiences In Lockdown #3

Updated 27th April '21

We're officially fed up of life right now, and have been overtaken with fantasies that involve floating through the door of Variety Jones and walking straight to the chef's table, sitting at the bar in Uno Mas watching a wobbling flan come our way, and sticking a hopeful head into Assassination Custard to see two free seats and that day's menu scratched on a paper bag. It's enough to make a group of hungry girls (and guys) weep, BUT we're on the home stretch, and until our fantasy life becomes reality again, we're making do with the city's best restaurant at home experiences. This is an ever changing landscape so we will be adding and removing places as necessary, and we've included a colour-coded key this time with our most frequent requests from you lot.

A couple of notes: A lot of places could be designated as special occasion or casual, so we put them in the one we think they're most suited to based on price/effort. As for family friendly, we think of all food as family friendly, but have stuck this on anywhere offering a children's menu or serving notoriously popular foods like burgers and pizzas - but that doesn't mean we think the kids should miss out on the crab linguine from Michael's or the venison wellington from Juniors. For anywhere catering to vegetarians but not vegans, it's worth getting in touch to see if they can take out the dairy element - most will be happy to cater for you where possible.

If you think somewhere is missing or anything is inaccurate let us know by emailing us at Until then let's just keep eating our way through this.

(s) - Special Occasion

(c) - Casual

(v) / (vg) Vegetarian/Vegan

(d) / (D) - Limited Dublin delivery / Dublinwide Delivery

(n) - Nationwide Delivery

(w) - Work involved

(f) - Family Friendly

(1) - Meals for one

1) Clanbrassil House (s) (v) (w) (1)

Clanbrassil House head chef Gráinne O'Keefe announced she was moving on at the start of April, and we don't know who's taking over from her yet, but you have until mid-May to try her food before thing inevitably get a shake up. April's family style menu includes hot-smoked trout with sourdough and pickled red cabbage, and a beef cheek and Guinness pie with potato puree, gravy and tarragon cream. There's also a côte de boeuf meal for two and the option to add on hash brown fries, and it's available for collection on Fridays and Saturdays. Order here.

2) Bastible (s) (v) (w) (1)

Bastible's meal kits are available for collection Thursday - Saturday from 1600 - 19:00, and the five course menu (plus bread and snacks) will definitely be worthy of your next special occasion. April's menu includes treacle-cured sea trout with fermented gooseberry and smoked yoghurt, and lamb saddle with smoked anchovy and confit fennel (so many of our favourite things), and there's a bit of work involved so you can take full (semi) credit for the results. Order here.

3) Boco (c) (v) (vg) (d) (w) (f)

Boco are the latest pizza restaurant to join the bake at home brigade. Bases come half-baked to be finished in the oven at home, with crushed tomato sauce, Fior di Latte cheese and the toppings for whichever ones you pick, as well as that all important woodfired garlic mayo. Deliver is available within 10km of the restaurant in Dublin 1 from Friday - Sunday and they get cheaper the more you order. Kits keep for three days and can be ordered on their website.

4) Asador/Prado (c) (d) (w) (f)

Sister restaurants Asador and Prado have six at home meal boxes available, with four designed for the barbecue. They've covered a lot of bases from a healthy Mediterranean box with piri piri chicken and halloumi sticks, to the ultimate BBQ box with beef, lamb, prawns and sausages (only available for the May bank holiday). Available for collection or delivery Thursday - Sunday and they cover most of Dublin. Check out their boxes here.

5) Ripasso (c) (d) (w) (f)

Bray's bone fide Italian Ripasso is doing a weekly three-course regional menu, and they're delivering to Dublin 14, 16 and 18 as well as the Dunlaoghaire-Rathdown area. This week it's Tuscany with a fish stew to start, pappardelle with Italian pork and mushrooms for main, and a chocolate mousse with a biscuit base for dessert. It's €26 pp and you can add on their suggested wine pairing too. Order online here, and if your address isn't coming up send them an email.

6) 777, Dublin 2 (c) (D) (n) (v) (w) (f)

Mexican 777 have just launched nationwide delivery for €9 on their taquito kits (meat and veggie versions available), and if you're in Dublin there's also a weekly special. Optional (necessary) margaritas can be added on as well as other cocktails and Mexican lager, and in Dublin they're available for collection or delivery within the M50 for €7. Order here.

7) Fade Street Social, City Centre (s) (vg) (D) (w) (f) (1)

Fade Street Social is back with an at home menu and all we can think about is pie. There's a set menu at €38 a head for snacks, three courses and petit fours, or you can pick and choose from the à la carte, with dishes like honey-glazed ham hock for two, crispy confit garlic potatoes with cep mayo, and that chicken, ham hock, duck liver and tarragon pie. There's cocktails too and they deliver across Dublin on Friday and Saturday. Order here.

8) Loretta's, Phibsborough (s) (f) (1)

Loretta's in Phibsborough is also back after a hiatus, with a three-course menu and snacks for €32.50 a head. The firrst week's menu features black olive gnocchi, confit duck leg with maple toasted oats and blood orange drizzle cake, and you can add on wine. Available for collection on Friday and Saturday. Order here.

9) Bibi's, Portobello (c) (vg) (w) (f)

Bibi's bake at home dinners for two were a Dublin 8 highlight of the last lockdown, with dishes like meatball lasagne, lamb shank shepherd's pie and butter chicken, and they've just brought them back. First up is beef short rib (or bean) chilli, with sides including charred corn, kale and sweet potato salad, and desserts including chocolate bread and butter pudding. Order for collection only on Fridays and Saturdays here.

10) Oliveto, Dun Laoghaire (s) (c) (v) / (vg) (d) / (D) (n) (w) (f) (1)

Oliveto in Haddington House have a to-go menu from Wednesday - Sunday, with pizza, pasta, salads and cocktail kits at the weekend. We like the sound of the Mantovana sausage ragu with n’duja and fresh pappardelle, and the sweet potato gnocchi with St. Tola goats cheese, caramelised aubergine, asparagus, fresh peas, watercress, basil & pangrattato. It's available for click and collect or delivery on Deliveroo.

11) Bia Rebel, Belfast (c) (v) (n) (w) (f) (1)

Belfast ramen mecca Bia Rebel have launched at home kits for nationwide delivery (ROI and UK) and this is one we can't wait to get our hands on. There's a vegetarian (£16) or a pork option (£20), each serving two people, and it comes with handmade noodles, miso broth and toppings. Delivery to the ROI is £6.50 and you can order here.

12) Variety Jones, Dublin 8 (s) (D) (w)

They made us wait a year but Variety Jones have finally made their food available at home. Their first meal kit launched in March, priced at €180 for a tasting menu and two bottles of wine chosen by sommelier Vanda Ivancic, and because we were quick off the mark we got one - it was everything we wanted it to be, see the proof here. Here's the bad news though. They had so much interest after announcing the first box that they're not taking any more enquiries for the foreseeable. While this may be news capable of ruining your day, keep in mind that people always cancel, change their minds, or don't answer their phones when it comes time to pay, so we'd suggest turning on notifications for their Instagram stories as your best chance of joining the chosen few who will bag one, as this is where cancellations may be offered up to the quickest takers.

13) Grano, Stoneybatter (c) (v) (w) (f) (1)

Grano a casa is back with their collection menu of homemade pastas, sauces, cured meats and tiramisu for dessert. The OGs are still there, like the cacio e pepe and the amatriciana with black pig guanciale, but they're also doing weekly specials, like fresh egg pasta with truffle and a creamy sauce with salsiccia and parmesan. Collection is available Friday and Saturday from 13:00 - 18:30, and you can place an order here.

14) The Shelbourne, St. Stephen's Green (s) (v) (d) (w) (1)

The Shelbourne have a few different at home options available for collection or delivery within 10km of the hotel (€10), including afternoon tea, seafood towers, a beef wellington with all the sides, and a three-course Sunday lunch. You can also add on their excellent cocktails for €20 a bottle plus garnishes (two serves), as well as olives and almonds to snack on during aperitif hour. See all the details here.

15) Tiller + Grain, City Centre (c) (v) (f) (1)

City centre café Tiller + Grain have been serving some of the best food in town since opening in early 2019, and while they're also late to the meal box game, they're making up for lost time and have been selling out every week. Boxes are €35 per person and include dips, salads, meat or fish and dessert. It's collection only on Fridays and Saturdays between 15:00 and 17:00, and orders can be placed each week once the boxes are live on their website.

16) Craft, Harold's Cross (s) (v) (w) (1)

Craft's set menu is available for collection on Friday and Saturday nights. It's €35 for one and €70 for two and there's a choice of main courses including a vegetarian option. Last week's menu included snacks of brown treacle loaf and whipped feta with pickled beetroot, a starter of roasted carrots with spiced hummus, main of slow cooked brisket with artichoke and mushroom cream, and a pistachio financier for dessert. Order here.

17) The Beach House, Tramore (s) (v) (n) (w) (f) (1)

When The Beach House in Tramore (from the owners of Fish Shop in Dublin, who moved to Waterford last year) announced they were starting nationwide delivery a few weeks ago, whoops could be heard from Donegal to Dingle. We bagged an order for their first weekend and it's been one of our favourite at home food experiences during the entire pandemic. The pork rillettes with cornichons and Seagull Bakery sourdough took us to Paris, the Roaring Bay Water mussel and wild Irish squid seafood stew to Cadiz, and the Comeragh Mountain lamb shoulder to the wilds of Waterford. Unsurprisingly it sold out a week in advance, so you're advised to set an alarm for 18:00 on Thursdays if you want a pep in your step for the next eight days while you wait for your delivery. Order here.

18) Brother Hubbard, City Centre (c) (vg) (D) (w) (f)

After another hiatus Brother Hubbard are back and they've brought the meal kits with them. Their extensive Middle Eastern feast (either meat or vegan) is just €45 for two and includes two nibbles, a snack, three dips, a main course, a dessert and even mint tea to finish. It's available for collection or Dublin-wide delivery, and we saw a little box on their homepage stating that nationwide delivery is coming soon... Order here.

19) Mister S, Camden Street (c) (D) (w) (f) (1)

Mister S is back with a new menu, following the departure of ex-head chef Daniel Hannigan. Their heat at home options are available for collection or delivery, with a three-course meal for two (currently shortrib or pork belly) costing €49. There's also a ready to eat menu for collection only, from an à la carte menu. Order here.

20) Big Fan Bao (c) (vg) (d) (w) (f)

Big Fan Bao were only open a few weeks when our worlds were turned upside down, and while they've stayed open for takeaway, they've only just dipped a toe into the meal kit waters. Their supremely good pork and vegan bao boxes are available for collection from George's Street and Greystones on Friday and Saturdays, and for the moment they offer delivery within the city centre, to most of South Dublin, and last week as far northside as Malahide/Swords/Howth . Boxes are €50 and come with a DIY steamer, as well as pastries and tea for afterwards, and you can add on wine and cocktails. Order here.

21) Glas, Chatham Street (s) (vg) (d) (w) (1)

Vegan and vegetarian restaurant Glas have a vegetable and grain based feast for collection from the city centre or delivery within the M50. It's €35 for one or €70 for two, and you get nibbles including kale pesto and seaweed soda bread, a starter of squash rillettes with smoked almond emulsion, a main of hispi cabbage with fennel gratin, and a dessert of cherry, almond and chocolate entremet. Order here.

22) Locks (s) (v) (w) (1)

Locks have a weekly meal collection service on Friday and Saturday nights, with snacks, a starter, a main, sides and dessert for €70 - €80, depending on the main. Recent dishes have included ras el hanout lamb rump and Thornhill duck á l'orange, and we'd drive to Portobello for the breads with trout and dillisk butter alone. The menu goes online and orders open each Sunday for the following week. Check them out here.

23) Little Forest (c) (v) (vg) (f) (1)

The pizza master is back, and the reviews are better than ever. After parting ways with Pi last year, Reggie White has taken over the pizza oven at Little Forest in Blackrock, the third opening from John and Sandy Wyer, along with former 2IC Shane Windrum. The critics love it, the collection spots sell out every week, and they're mixing up the menu regularly - although we're still not over the fact that we missed the one with roast cauliflower, Taleggio, grapes and brown butter. Praying for a comeback. Orders go live every Monday at 10:00 for that week and you can book a collection slot (if you're fast) here.

24) Bresson (s) (v) (1)

Upmarket French restaurant Bresson in Monkstown have an à la carte menu of ready to eat dishes like French onion soup, rolled gratinated lobster pancakes with gruyère and thermidor sauce, and apricot glazed brioche bread and butter putting. It's collection only and slots become available here at 11:00 on Monday mornings.

25) Airfield (c) (f) (1)

Urban farm and estate Airfield in Dundrum have a weekly seasonal menu using ingredients from the estate, for collection only from the restaurant on Friday and Saturday between 17:00 and 18:00. It's always interesting and very good value, and there's also a Sunday roast at €24 for one and €44 for two. See this week's menu and order here.

26) Michie Sushi (c) (v) (vg) (d) (f) (1)

Michie services most of South Dublin for crispy salmon temaki, tuna maki and fire dragon rolls, alongside katsu currys, yaki soba and seaweed salads. Collection is available from their three branches in Ranelagh, Dun Laoghaire and Sandyford, with delivery charges ffrom €2.50 - €3.50. See their menu and order here.

27) Kakilang, Dublin 1 (c) (d) (f) (1)

Bubble tea and fried chicken house Kakilang had barely gotten off the ground before the lockdowns began, but buoyed by the response of their customers they've stayed open for takeaway throughout, and have started offering a delivery services to different parts of Dublin each day (you can check their weekly schedule on Instagram). Taiwanese chicken steak, chicken wings with Korean and Japanese sauces, and takoyaki (octopus balls) are the savoury options, with filled croissants, cheesecake and crêpe cakes for dessert. There are 25 different types of bubble tea, all customisable with fruit, tapioca and jelly toppings, and they do excellent value meal deals.

28) The Port House, Dublin 2 & Dundrum (s) (v) (d) (w) (f) (1)

The Port House will deliver a tapas box and wine anywhere within the M50 for €60 feeding two people. You get a starter, three main tapas, a side, a dessert and a bottle of wine (or upgrade to cava for another €10). Boxes also include almonds, olives, a candle and a playlist. Order here. The Port House in Dundrum only (for now) are also doing an extensive menu of hot tapas to take home, with everything from pil-pil to patatas bravas, paella to pimientos de padron. See the menu and order here.

29) Michael's, Mount Merrion & Sutton (s) (w) (f) (1)

Michael's is back in business from this Friday 22nd after a well deserved break, promising ready to eat meals, meal kits to cook at home and an increased range of products in their spin off shops - Little Lockdown (Mount Merrion and Sutton). Collection slots for hot food will open this week on their website and will go fast, so keep your eyes peeled.

30) The Dough Bros, Galway (c) (n) (w) (f)

Galway pizzeria The Dough Bros send their DIY pizza kits nationwide, containing 3 wood-fired pizza bases, roasted garlic dips and toppings of your choice. The kit is €35 and delivery is €3.50. Order here.

31) The Legal Eagle, Dublin 1 (s) (v) (D) (w) (1)

The Legal Eagle/Winding Stair is now available in the comfort of your own home, complete with treacle brown bread, bacon and cheese crisps, and bread and butter pudding with whiskey caramel sauce (epic is the word). For mains there's a choice of Châteaubriand, olive-fed pork belly, fish or vegetarian options, and the Toonsbridge goat's curd panna cotta with fresh figs, onion marmalade and hazelnuts is worth an order alone. Currently available Friday and Saturday with more days to come. Order here.

32) Uno Mas, Dublin 2 (s) (v) (D) (w) (1)

Uno Mas’ gildas, tortilla and flan de queso are on every Dublin food to-do list, and now you can have them delivered to your door – you can even buy the perfect tortilla making pan to make sure it’s just right. They don’t always feature in each week’s set menu (available for one or two people), but can be added on – and you really should add them on. Other optional extras include cured meats, tinned fish and olive oil, as well as sherry, wine and cocktails, so enough to set you up for a very nice weekend. They're back from this Thursday 21st January and are available for collection and delivery from Thursday - Saturday, costing €32 for one or €62 for two. Order here.

33) Two Pups, Dublin 8 (c) (v) (w) (f) (1)

Two Pups have dinners for collection from Thursday - Saturday, and at €25 for three courses it's a bit of a steal. This week's menu includes wild mushroom arancini, black lentil moussaka and hazelnut baklava with pink grapefruit cream, and you can order here.

34) Etto, Dublin 2 (s) (v) (w) (1)

Etto will be back a week later than sister restaurant Uno Mas, on Thursday 28th January. Their set menu for two people is €60 and includes olives, almonds, cured meats and sourdough, then a weekly changing starter, main and dessert. The food comes cold with minimal assembly at home, and collections are available from Thursday - Sunday. Menus and how to order should go live on their website soon.

35) Tang, Dublin 1 & 2 (s) (vg) (D) (w) (f) (1)

We love Tang’s healthy, Middle-Eastern vibe (and their nut butter, never forget the nut butter), and their dinner box for two is excellent value at €45. You get four nibbles, a main with three sides, and a dessert, and this week features lovely things like McNally Farm Crown Prince Pumpkin hummus, Sean Ring’s organic roast chicken with cardamom and caramelised onion, and a chocolate torte with sweet tahini. Deliveries Friday and Saturday. Order here.

36) Host, Ranelagh (s) (v) (w) (1)

Host at home was one of the highlights of a sad 2020 for us, so we're delighted they're back in action this week, serving their chefs' menus from Thursday - Sunday. You can add on signature dishes like their pumpkin cappellacci with walnuts and sage, and burnt ricotta cheesecake, and there's wine too. Order here.

37) Juniors, Dublin 4 (s) (v) (1)

Junior's is doing dinner for collection from Thursday - Saturday from an à la carte menu with individual and sharing options like mushroom arancini, venison wellington for two, and their famous pint of prawns. See the menu and order here.

38) Pickle, Dublin 2 (s) (v) (vg) (d) (f) (1)

Pickle are doing takeaway from their Camden Street restaurant until they can reopen, including their kid goat mince curry, venison keema samosas, and takda dahl. It's available for collection or delivery and you'll need to book a slot on their website here.

39) Margadh, Howth (c) (v) (w) (f) (1)

Mamó in Howth have stopped their supper club menu so they can have a rest before looking towards reopening, but you can still get heat at home mains from the same kitchen team from their upmarket food shop Margadh a few doors down.

40) The Cake Café, Dublin 2 (s) (v) (D) (f)

For some serious escapism, The Cake Café will deliver afternoon tea to your door, with prosecco cocktails as an optional add on. It costs €49.80 for two and includes mini sandwiches, cakes, scones and teas, and they deliver anywhere in Dublin for €10. Order here.

41) Bujo, Sandymount (c) (v) (vg) (n) (w) (f)

We have a lot of love for Bujo’s perfectly crafted burgers, and this is another one for the nationwide delivery list. Their masterpiece kit comes with everything you need to make four doubles and four singles, so you just need to round up some friends and family (if allowed), or commit to multiple days of eating burgers, which won’t be an issue. Kits are €40 and can be ordered here. There are veggie and vegan options, and keep an eye out for limited special boxes, like their Bujo weekender for Valentine's weekend. Delivery is every Friday, with the cut off the day before at 12pm.

42) Mulberry Garden, Donnybrook (s) (v) (D) (w)

Mulberry Garden in Donnybrook are doing a three-course menu for two for €65 from Thursday - Sunday, with a weekly changing menu focusing on seasonal Irish produce. Collection or delivery across Dublin. Get involved here.

43) Uno Pizza, Rathmines (c) (v) (n) (w) (f)

Uno Pizza’s at home kits are probably the closest you’re going to get to wood-fired pizza made fresh at home. The clever frying pan/oven method produces a surprisingly good result, and they provide everything you need for a margarita or diavola. You can also add on prosecco, wine or beer. Order here.

44) Dax, Dublin 2 (s) (1)

If you've got something to celebrate, you'll be delighted to hear that upmarket Dax is now available to have at home on Friday and Saturday nights. It's one of the pricier options in the city right now at €48 per person for three courses, but yellowfin tuna, smoked Challans duck and Dublin Bay prawn ravioli don't come cheap. See the menu here.

45) Mr Fox, Dublin 1 (s) (v) (w) (1)

Mr Fox is doing a very appealing set meal for two on Saturday nights for €75 (€45 for 1), which you reheat and assemble at home. It's very generous, with nibbles, a starter, main, cheese and two desserts (because you're worth it), and is available for collection only. Order here.

46) China Sichuan, Sandyford (s) (v) (vg) (w) (f) (1)

China Sichuan in Sandyford have started doing cook-at-home kits alongside their regular takeaway menu. Options include black pepper merlot beef and dan dan noodles, and they cost €22.50 and feed two. Or you can just save yourself the work and order some "Man & Wife" spicy beef slices and soft-shell crab to go. Reserve a collection spot via their website.

47) Bistro One, Foxrock (c) (v) (f) (1)

Bistro One reopened last week for collections on Friday and Saturday nights from 17:00 - 20:00. It's rhubarb and blood orange season and they're promising plenty of both, along with classics like brisket lasagne, smokies and roast duck. Order on their website.

48) Woodruff, Stepaside (s) (v) (1)

Woodruff in Stepaside are back since last week, offering takeaway from an á la carte menu from Thursday - Saturday night for collection only. Last week's menu included charred line caught winter mackerel with beetroot kimchi, and a white choocolate, clementine, lavender and pistachio mille feuille, and comes out at around €40 a head for snacks, three courses and sides, but you can order as much or as little as you want. There's also a pop up wine shop and Bar 1661 cocktails to take home. See the menu and book on their website.

49) Street By Sunil, Clonskeagh (c) (v) (vg) (f) (1)

Pickle's Sunil Ghai opened the more casual Street By Sunil in Clonskeagh a few months ago, and the critics have already been describing it as "sublime" and "beautiful food". The curries, kebab boxes and 36-hour black dahl are available for takeaway from Wednesday - Monday, with orders by phone or via their website.

50) Richmond, Portobello (s) (1)

Richmond have a weekly changing call and collect menu, with starters, mains, sides, desserts and wine, so a one-stop shop. They're operating from 17:00 - 21:00 Thursday and Friday, and from 14:00 - 21:00 on Saturday. Call them on 01 4788783 to order, and you can see the current menu on their website.

51) The Fumbally, Dublin 8 (c) (v) (vg) (w) (f) (1)

The Fumbally's Wednesday and Friday dinners are the calm we need in our lives right now. On Wednesday you'll get a main and a dessert for €18 (last week was tinga tacos and chocolate chilli brownies), and Friday is lasagne night (€13.50). Orders via their website, where you can also add on jars of Fumbally ferments, Harry's nutbutter and natural wines.

52) 3 Leaves, Blackrock (s) (v) (vg) (f) (1)

3 Leaves is back for collections this week from Friday - Sunday, between 17:15 and 20:00. Slots open on their website on Wednesday and will go quickly so set an alarm if you've been missing their samosa chat, beef rib masala and rainbow rice.

53) The Chop House, Ballsbridge (c) (v) (f) (1)

The Chophouse are serving their "untouchable" menu from Thursday - Sunday, with dishes including spicy king prawns, dry-aged rib-eye and a "fish board in a box". See the menu and nab a collection slot on their website.

54) Gaillot et Gray, Dublin 8 (c) (v) (f) (1)

Bread and pizza mecca Gaillot et Gray is open for collections from 08:00 - 21:00 Wednesday - Saturday, with pizzas from 16:00, including their new special with roast aubergine, garlic, semi sun-dried tomato, caramelised red onion and Toulouse sausage. Call them on 01 4547781 to order.

55) Kinara Group (c) (v) (vg) (f) (1)

Kinara in Clontarf and Ranelagh, as well as Kajal in Malahide, are doing a limited takeout menu with 15% off menu prices, available Thursday - Sunday from 17:00 - 21:00. They're doing starters like Aloo Tiki and Behari Kebab (marinated beef tenderloin cooked over charcoal), and mains like Jalfrezi Jhinga and Bhuna Gosht. Orders can be made via whatsapp - full details here.

56) Circa, Terenure (s) (v) (1)

Circa are back from Friday 22nd January, with brunch (12:00 - 15:00) and dinner (17:00 - 21:00) Fridays and Saturdays. Menus and how to book are on their website.

57) Nunki Tea House, Dun Laoghaire (s) (v) (vg) (d) (f) (1)

Regional Chinese specialists Nunki Tea House in Dun Laoghaire are open for delivery or collection with a huge menu including specialties that need to be pre-booked 24 hours in advance. You can choose from stewed pork ribs with pickled cabbage; prawns with crab sticks, black fungi and wolfberries, or Nunki's special deep-fried milk custard. See the menu and how to order here.

58) Hang Dai Chinese, Dublin 2 (s) (v) (vg) (d) (f) (1)

Modern Camden Street Chinese Hang Dai have a takeaway and delivery menu featuring favourites like their sesame prawn sourdough toast with yuzu mayo and mapo tofu with minced pork, along with their take on classic takeaway dishes like crispy, sticky sweet and sour pork with roasted pineapple and Kentucky fried kung pao chicken with peanuts and chilli. They're also doing a set family meal for €55, with two starters and mains, two kids meals and icebergers for everyone. To order call them on 01 5458888 or head to Deliveroo.

59) Boco, Dublin 1 & Clontarf (c) (v) (vg) (d) (f) (1)

North city centre pizzeria BoCo have pizzas for collection or delivery. They're doing pizza (numbered from 1-13, no fancy names here), sides including woodfired flatbreads and truffled mac n cheese, salads and desserts. Don't forget at least one dip for the crusts. Order from BoCo here.