Seafood takeaway for delivery or collection
Here at Just Eat, we are delighted to offer our new and returning visitors great Just Eat Treats, Deals and Special offers from an extensive choice and range of tasty Seafood dishes, all of which are available for you to order online today from over 2,100 takeaway restaurants and eateries throughout Ireland, no matter what type of Takeaway food or cuisine you fancy!
King Prawn Tandoori
King Prawn Tandoori originated in the Pakistani city of Peshawar and prepared by marinating prawns in a punchy spice and yoghurt mix, then cooking in a Tandoor Oven (a cylindrical clay oven) to produce richly red pieces of meaty seafood with tremendous depth of flavour. Serve with rice or Naan. Order with Just Eat.Fresh fish and seafood are also must-try cuisines. Sayadieh, for example, is a sensational dish inspired from the Mediterranean Coast of Syria. It’s a family dish prepared with grilled or baked firm, white fish on top of fragrant rice, then garnished with caramelised onions, sumac, almonds, pine nuts, mint and creamy Tahina Sauce – which is the second most important part of the dish. (The most important part, of course, is ordering it through the Just Eat app.)
Fancy a bite of Seafood? Here’s some foods you’ll see through the Just Eat app. Bouillabaisse is a delicious fish stew, from the French port of Marseille that is brimming with poisson such as Sea-Bass, John Dory and Crab as well Mediterranean Vegetables and herbs, like onions, garlic, tomatoes, thyme, fennel and parsley. Spaghetti Vongole, is a more refined Seafood classic infused with garlic, clams, white wine and chilli flakes, is a dish for lovers of the Mediterranean (or even North) Sea. On that very subject what about a Scottish take on Seafood? Kedgeree is hard-boiled eggs with rice, moist flakes of smoked haddock, fresh parsley and curry powder. It’s a Victorian Scottish recipe, which was brought over from India and (just putting it out there) is supposedly an excellent hangover cure. That Just Eat app has many uses, doesn’t it?
We've got lot's to choose from...