These are the best ways to use your One4all gift cards on food 4 months ago

These are the best ways to use your One4all gift cards on food

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Food, glorious food!

Without question, food is the best gift of Christmas. We don't care about how great the latest gizmos and gadgets are, there is nothing as reliable as a good meal to make someone feel happy.

Are you looking for a last-minute gift for friends and family this Christmas? If so, you can buy a One4all Gift Card online or from your local Post Office.

Seeing as food is what Christmas is all about, here are some of the best ways for you to use your gift cards to get food. From a hearty burrito to the finest Italian cuisine, those handy little cards are more than enough to keep hunger at bay.

Milano

There is something special about Italian food. It's often just a combination of very simple ingredients like pasta, cheese and garlic, but by God is it tasty.

It's totally acceptable to spend the total balance of your gift card on garlic bread.

JustEat

You know what's better than giving someone a gift card for a restaurant? One that works for all of the tasty takeaways in their area.

Whether you're going to order a spice bag or a pizza, the choice is yours.

Boojum

Even the thought of a burrito/burrito bowl is enough to get the juices flowing. Much like Italian food, the glory in Mexican grub is its simplicity.

Rice, beans, meat and cheese topped off with some guacamole and sauce is about as satisfying as it gets.

Captain Americas

When you're in the mood for a burger, there is simply no alternative.

The Big Smoke burger in Captain Americas is quite simply one of the best you could hope to get. Complete with homemade onion strips and delicious smoked bacon, it'll definitely satisfy those cravings.

Mao

Whether it's at home or in their restaurants, Mao's selection of authentic Asian food is second to none.

Our pick is definitely a Nasi Goreng, served with whatever meat you fancy and topped off with a fried egg. Delicious.

SABA

Vietnamese food might not yet be as popular as other Asian cuisines, but there is a hell of a lot to choose from.

SABA also serves a lot of Thai cuisine, for which they regularly fly in fresh herbs and spices direct from Bangkok. A lot of their ingredients are sourced from Asia, so end up being about as close to the real thing you could ever hope to find on these shores.

Fallon & Byrne

There aren't really many places like Fallon in Byrne in Ireland, never mind just Dublin.

Selling the best of produce in the heart of Dublin city, you'll find everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to quality meat, and fish just out of the sea.

Now, we'll let you start dreaming about all of those delicious meals coming your way. Sorry to have kept you waiting.

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