Moving House? The 3 Food Outlets You’ll Need To Source In Your New Neighbourhood

Moving house can be an exciting yet stressful period of your life. Along with the packing, cleaning and physical moving of all of your worldly possessions, you also need to acclimate to an entirely new neighbourhood. After figuring out where the nearest supermarket is, working out the most time and cost-effective route to work and getting everything unpacked and put in its new place, there's another important task to complete.

This task is locating the best sources for the most important food outlets in your new area. Here are the three top food outlets that you should pin down as soon as possible when you move house.

1. A great cafe

If your morning espresso or cappuccino is a sacred ritual, then finding a great cafe that serves excellent coffee should be a priority. A great local cafe is vital for the takeaway coffee you need to survive the morning commute as well as a venue for lazy weekend brunches while reading the newspaper. Becoming a regular at a local cafe is also a great way to feel at home in your new neighbourhood. 

2. An amazing pizza restaurant

Pizza is a fairly simple dish on the first appearance, but there's a big difference between an okay pizza and an amazing one. If you plan to indulge in a regular pizza and movie night at your new home, then you'll need to track down the best establishment in the area. A great pizza isn't necessarily determined by a higher price or a fancy store; often the best ones are made at more humble and low key restaurants. Be prepared to scour the backstreets to find your pizza bliss.

3. An authentic Thai takeaway

Thai takeaway is another staple meal for those nights when you don't feel like cooking after a long day. It's perfect whether it's a meal for one or a banquet for a house full of hungry guests. Thai is also great if you need fast food but you want a healthy, tasty and nutritious option. The perfect Thai takeaway should be a balance of value for money and authentic flavours and dishes. If you find one that fits these criteria and also delivers, then you've really hit the Thai jackpot.

Finding the perfect food outlets in your new neighbourhood may take you a little bit of time and experimenting before you discover your new favourites. With a little trial and error, you'll soon find the best local options for your taste and budget.