Food Affair

10 Reviews

Gourmet Takeaway.

Most expensive item on menu is T-Bone steak for ?9.95.

Noodle dishes, Thai green curry, Greek slaad, Roast goats cheese with garlic bread, Shrimp, homemade burger with homemade ketchup. Side orders - champ, tobacco onions, big chips, fries, salads.

Last Updated on 29/09/2008 | Added 27/05/2008 | Edit Details | Edit Picture

Food Affair

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Web Site
Category Fast Food
Sit In You can not sit inNo Sit-in
Take Away You can take food awayYou can take food away
Deliveries Provides DeliveriesNo home deliveries
Drive - Through There is no drive throughThere is no drive through
Address Herbison Square, Cushendall Road
  County Antrim
  Northern Ireland
  BT43 6HB
Phone Number 028 25631600
Email [email protected]

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Quality of Food

end bar rating of Food Affair end bar 66/100 9 Votes

Value for Money

end bar rating of Food Affair end bar 63/100 9 Votes

Customer Service

end bar rating of Food Affair end bar 26/100 9 Votes


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Comments and Reviews on Food Affair

There now follows 10 other reviews of Food Affair

The food is really tasty. It's a very busy establishment which means tyou can be waiting a good thirty minutes for your order - too long if you have hungry kids/husband to feed. A delivery service would be a very successful addition to an otherwise perfect food affair, improving waiting times for those who do call in and allowing people to wait for their food in the comfort of their own home. I think this is why the customer service rating is much lower than the other aspects of service.

Submitted by Nic on 21/12/2008

The management, staff and clients of the Lighthouse Hostel, 8 Linenhall Street, Ballymena would like to say THANK YOU for a donation of food on Friday, 05/12/2008. The food was absolutely delicious!

Submitted by Lighthouse Hostel on 08/12/2008

wile good feed!

Submitted by wallace gourley on 07/12/2008


Submitted by SUPERMAN on 23/11/2008

By far the best take-away in the town. Vast menu choice. Large portions. Excellent value for money. Sit in would be an advantage and perhaps a delivery service for those who do not have any transport. Overall 1st class and would definitely recommend.

Submitted by Nikki on 22/10/2008

My wife got a chicken fillet burger and stated she would get as good in KFC.

I tried the chicken wagarammen the first taste was great then there was a strong after taste of some herb that was too overpowering.

First time will be my last.

Submitted on 09/08/2008

Top class food would certainly rec.

Submitted by neill armstrong on 13/06/2008

A divine experience and very reasonably priced.

Submitted on 12/06/2008

Its clean hochin sham

Submitted on 08/06/2008

Something totally different, the owner used to be head chef of the Ramore in Portrush which was voted Number 1 in Ulster by UTV viewers. Love the menu ,and the food is keenly priced for what you get. My fav is the roast duck noodle and sake sauce, lovely, their wagamammas are nice too. Id recommend...

Submitted by Stephen Higgins on 02/06/2008

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