A noodle bar has just received the top Welsh honour in the 2020 British Takeaway Awards.
Organised by delivery service Just Eat, the awards recognise the nation's favourite places that deliver their food to our doorsteps.
The shortlist saw a number of local takeaways battling it out for 12 regional titles and, in Wales, WIWO in Cardiff beat four others to be named the best. And it's no stranger to the crown, having picked it up in 2017.
WIWO is based on Woodville Road in Cathays and offers a selection of noodle dishes. Diners can create their own meal by choosing their favourite bases, sauces and extras and there are vegan and gluten-free options as well as a lunch deal.
You can choose from a delivery or collection service with free delivery within a mile.
WIWO impressed judges with one of the highest mystery shopping scores across the board and the fact that the takeaway is dedicated to supporting charities and rewarding local emergency service workers with a discount.
Our writers Marcus Hughes and Anna Lewis placed a lunchtime order...
Marcus says: "I ordered the vegetable katsu and rice for £7.80 and a side of vegetable tempura for £3.60.
After placing the order on Deliveroo at about 1.15pm, I was told my food should arrive by 2.05pm. At about 2.40pm I called the restaurant to check on the order. The person who answered the phone was apologetic and said my food would be leaving in the next five minutes. It finally arrived at about 3.10pm. While this was disappointing, the Deliveroo driver apologised and we were given a free bottle of 7-Up.
The food arrived hot in cardboard containers. Any sauces were in small plastic tubs. The vegetables in the katsu curry were fine but the breadcrumbs lacked crunchiness. The sauce was acceptable but I wasn't blown away by it.
The tempura was a lot crispier and I did enjoy the hot sauce that was included. It was spicy without being unpleasant for a lunchtime meal.
Overall I would say the meal fell slightly short of expectation. There was by no means anything inedible about it, and I quite enjoyed it, but the two main meals and two sides came to £26.15 with the delivery fee, which is a bit more than I would be prepared to pay on a regular basis."
Anna says: "By the time the food arrived it's fair to say I could have eaten anything.
With the ability to pick your own noodles, fillings and sauce, the combination of options on offer is really endless. I opted for egg noodles with prawns, mushrooms and broccoli, with a garlic and black pepper sauce (£9.65) and a side of vegetable spring rolls (£3.60).
The first thing you noticed was the size of the portions. The spring rolls were plentiful, with their own chilli dipping sauce, and the box of noodles was easily enough for two.
Underneath the noodles was a good number of prawns which were fresh. The broccoli had a good bite to it, although lacking a little in quantity and the finely chopped mushrooms were a welcome addition. The sauce was well seasoned, but nothing out of the ordinary.
The spring rolls looked appealing but they were more chewy than crispy, perhaps due to condensation in the cardbox that it arrived in.
Overall for £13.25 it was a decent lunch with plenty left over for later. It would have been nice to see more flavour instead of the quantity. Good, but after a hefty delay, not quite what I had expected."
The others on the Welsh shortlist were Mama's Indian Takeaway in Cardiff; Traditional No 8 Fish & Chip Shop in Whitland; Uplands Diner in Swansea and Wok In A Box in Pontypridd.
Meanwhile, Nacho Cheese in Trowbridge took the top prize on the night after impressing judges with their great food, high mystery shopper score and the steps it takes to cater for customers' ever-changing dietary needs.
The winners were all revealed during a ceremony at The Savoy in London on Monday night, which was attended by a host of celebrities, including Jimmy Carr, Louise Redknapp and Ainsley Harriott.
The Golden Dragon in Swansea previously won the Welsh title in the British Takeaway Awards.
The family shop, which has been a fixture in the Port Tennant area for more than a decade, fought off competition from fellow finalists Wok In A Box in Pontypridd , Swansea's Touchline Café and this year's winner Café Wiwo Noodle bar in Cathays.