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Restaurant delivers food and dirty pans to your door

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Here's a fact of life. Think it's in the bible. Sometimes, when you get home from work, all you want to do is shove a couple of potato waffles under the grill and eat a mars bar. But that's not acceptable when you've got company.

Luckily, Housebites.com, will deliver you restaurant quality cuisine alongside dirty dishes for added authenticity.

The meals are all cooked by a professional chef and delivered to your door. You can then impress your guests by telling them how much effort went into their delectable dinner by showing them the state of the kitchen.

Prices for a main courses cost on average between £10 and £12 and for an additional £5 you can get the dirty pans too, which of course they come back to collect.

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