The Gap and Enoggera – Real Local Food. Delivered Real Fast.
In The Gap and Enoggera, our first partner joined us in Jul 2014. We now have 19 restaurant partners, serving over 16 different cuisines including Indian, Pizza, Chinese, Kebabs, Chicken. We work with the best restaurants and have had 963 reviews, with an average rating of 4.47. With a population of over 50,442, we want to feed everyone... What are you waiting for?
Discover local Seafood gems
Australia has so much fresh and varied seafood, it’s no wonder it’s a favourite choice for many Aussies. With so many options and different methods of preparation, you'd be hard-pressed to try them all. Fish and chips is an Australian takeaway favourite. Local sea- and freshwater varieties frequently grace Australian plates, and farmed varieties famed for their flavour are produced here as well. Often, imported seafood comes from South Africa or Southeast Asia. However, Australian salmon is a delicious option and Australian Moreton Bay Bugs and Balmain Bugs are also firm favourites. And what's more Aussie than a shrimp on the barbie?
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Fish and Chips
“Fish & Chips, please.” It’s what you’d say if you wanted Seafood in the pub. But you’re not, so just tap it into your Menulog app and this classic will appear in front of your eyes before you can say: “And Mushy Peas, Onion Rings, Salt & Vinegar and a Pickled Gherkin please.” Two lighter options are Scampi & Chips and the breadcrumb-covered Fishcake. Or what about a Salmon Fishcake, which can’t leap up a Scottish waterfall anymore, but can lie very alluringly on a bed of crisp, fresh salad. Or why not try Barbecued Seafood such as Cod, Sea Bass, Shrimp or skewers of Squid? Or Salmon & Egg Wraps with Mustard Mayo. Spicy Tuna Wraps? All can be caught through your Menulog app.
Trying to bag some Seafood Cuisine? Look no further than the Iberian Peninsula (and the Just Eat app, of course). The ultimate Portuguese seafood dish is Bacalhau (Salted Cod), nicknamed ‘the faithful friend’. Amongst a whole shoal of recipe variants, is Bacalhau à Brás – made from shredded cod, onions and thinly-chopped fried potatoes bound together with scrambled eggs, then garnished with black olives and a sprinkling of parsley. And no prizes for guessing the go-to Spanish seafood fave from the waves. Seafood Paella is the most recognised Paella recipe, and (typically) features the trio of monkfish, squid and mussels, with red peppers, short-grained rice, saffron, onion, garlic, paprika, rosemary and olive oil. Serve with crusty bread. Order through the not-so-crusty Menulog app.