You could try Asian take away, particularly Malaysian, Japanese or somthing similar.
One of the healthiest take away options now becoming popular is noodle bars.
Healthy noodles or rice cooked in a wok with fresh vegetables and perhaps a little bit of chicken or beef is a very healthy and very low fat option and can be very filling.
Things like Califorian rolls from a Japanese take away are also very healthy.
While subway and similar options can be healthier than a burger and fries, a pie or a slice of pizza, most people make the mistake of overeating or adding lots of calorie laden options to their sandwiches and rolls thinking that it's still healthy and will help them lose weight.
I've lost count of the number of times I've been in a subway and seen people ordering a foot-long sandwich with double-cheese and other fattening options along with a couple of chocolate chip cookies or a bag of potato chips and a large Coke and still thinking that they are eating healthy.
Do these people really think they are eating healthy when they do this and do they think that eating this much at one meal will help them lose weight?
My favourite sandwich at subway is a six-inch vegetable pattie with lettuce, tomato, carrot and just a drizzle of BBQ sauce, no cookies and no soda.
Not only is this a relatively healthy choice, it's also a relatively inexpensive one as well!