Order Chinese takeaway from nearby Stirling restaurants
Everyone loves Chinese food with its sweet, spicy, savoury combination dishes pleasing to the palate. It’s the classic takeaway of choice for evenings in with the family, dinner parties with friends, or just for relaxing on your own in front of the TV. You most likely have a favourite Chinese restaurant in Stirling, but it’s not always ideal to go out for a meal. When you’re tired, or wanting to entertain in your own home, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to order restaurant-quality Chinese food to enjoy at home?
Well, you’re in luck. We’ve teamed up with the best Chinese restaurants across Stirling, to bring you a wide range of dishes. You just need to look through our listings, and then decide what you want to eat from all the choices, Then simply order online and wait for your delivery to reach your door, courtesy of Deliveroo.
What's on the menu?
Stirling: Explore the wonderful tastes of Chinese food
If you’re looking for a healthier option, or a vegetarian dish, have think about dishes including Asian greens. These include cabbage and pak choi and are usually steamed with thick, sweet oyster sauce, or fried in a wok with garlic, ginger, sesame oil and shaoxing rice wine. Lovely as a main or a side dish, depending on how hungry you are, these dishes are great with rice or noodles.
For some really delicious flavours, go for salt and pepper ribs. Actually, salt and pepper anything! You can get anything from soft shell crab to chicken and tofu cooked in a very light batter with Szechuan peppercorns. There isn’t loads of sauce either so it won’t get soggy on its way to your sofa – ideal. Chuck in some crispy deep fried wontons, either as a starter or on the side. Served with sweet and sour sauce, they are completely more-ish.
Kung Pao chicken packs a flavour punch like no other. Laced with dried chillies, it’s a hotter option and a rich, sweet yet hot sauce. Serve with special fried rice, chow mein or plain steamed rice, depending on how hungry you are! Don’t forget the prawn crackers.