You can now get ultimate 90s takeaway – with Turkey Twizzlers and Potato Smileys

If you love a bit of nostalgia, then one restaurant in Swansea has the perfect treat for you.

Lilly’s on Pengwern Road has launched a ‘Back to the 90s’ munchies box for takeaway, and it’s filled with all your old school dinner favourites.

The team shared a look at the box on Facebook where it immediately went viral.

Priced at £14.99 the epic takeaway features everything from Turkey Twizzlers to Potato Smileys and spaghetti hoops, reports The Daily Record.

Writing on social media on October 6, Lilly’s said: “Introducing Lilly’s ‘BACK TO THE 90s BOX’.

“Whether this is to feed four children or a box to reminisce the good old days, this will be available to order from tomorrow.”

The full box includes a mini cheese and tomato pizza, four Turkey Twizzlers, eight chicken dippers, four mini potato waffles, four turkey dinosaurs and six Potato Smileys.

You also get a pot of spaghetti hoops and a pot of beans.

And after eating all that you’ll need something to wash it down with, so the price also includes either four bottles of Fruit Shoot or two cans of Coca Cola.

Lilly’s added: “We know what we’ll be having for tea tomorrow.”

More than 28,000 people have commented on the post, sharing their thoughts.

One person said: “Amazing idea!!! Well done and we are supporting a local business instead of a chain defo will be ordering.”

Another replied: “Yummyyyyy.”

“My kid would demolish this… and so would I,” admitted a third.

However not everyone was as excited about the munchies box, others complained that you could replicate it yourself at home for a fraction of the price.

“FIFTEEN ENTIRE GREAT BRITISH POUNDS!? This is why mums go to Iceland,” joked a different user.

Someone else commented: “What sort of basic b****es would pay that for frozen food you can throw in the oven and have it ready quicker than it would take to deliver?”

A third added: “Most of these items are £1 a bag… bearing in mind you’re not getting the entire bag, I reckon there’s about £5 worth of bait here.”

A spokesperson for Lilly’s replied to a few of the remarks about people being able to make it themselves at home, saying: “It isn’t as enjoyable when you have to do the cooking and washing up yourself.”