Northern Ireland Takeaways in the 2016 BTA finals!

The British Takeaway awards are in full swing; the public has voted for their favourites, takeaways from the UK have been shortlisted and recently, the finalists were announced. If you’re a franchisee of a takeaway and if you’re in the finals, this is a pretty exciting achievement and even getting this far is amazing, so well done!

Northern Ireland has five takeaways in the finals of the 2016 British Takeaway awards, sponsored by and I’m pretty excited for them all. For a handful of Northern Irish takeaways to be worthy of being in the finals is certainly something to be proud of. Our tiny country, filled with some of the nicest people in the world {yes, even with our weird little accents} it seems we can add good food to that trait too.


The five finalists in this years 2016 British Takeaway awards have recently been shouted about all over social media and I figured I’d share what our little island has to offer in the ways of great takeaway food.


The Captains Table is a traditional fish & chip shop, based in Glengormley, Co.Antrim. They pride on their delicious takeaway food {which can also be eaten in their restaurant} served or delivered by their friendly staff. The Captains Table, lucky for us, is one of our regular take away choices and after you’ve tasted their menu, it’s easy to see why.

Romeo’s is a well established family-run takeaway based in County Derry. Their menu ranges from traditional Italian pizza, pasta dishes, chicken parmagana or Mexican beef. They have something to suit everyone’s taste buds. They also make all of their food freshly made on the premises whilst using only the best ingredients.

The next takeaway to be a finalist in this year’s British Takeaway awards is Hot and Spicy, a well established Indian takeaway based in Craigavon. Hot and Spicy pride themselves in using traditional cooking methods used in Indian homes combined with the new innovative culinary skills to produce great tasting food for all the family.

Based on the Shaw’s Road in West Belfast is another delicious takeaway that is a finalist for this year’s BTA’s with and that is Feeley’s Fish & Chip Shop and Pizzeria. This takeaway is a jack of all trades because not only does it dish up traditional fish and chips {which I am just hungry THINKING about it}, but it’s also a Pizzeria too. Handy!

Our last finalist for Northern Ireland in the 2016 British Takeaway awards is, Nicos Pizza Pasta, based in South Belfast. Nicos is an authentic Italian takeaway restaurant with all food freshly cooked on the premises as well as using the freshest local produce. They pride themselves with their culinary experience which results in this great tasting menu suitable for all palettes.

I just want to wish, not only our five finalists here in Northern Ireland a huge good luck but to all of the other finalists in all of the other regions around the UK too. Congratulations for getting this far and all the best to you all!

D xx

*This is a collaboration post with the British Takeaway Awards 2016.


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