Here are the UK’s top 10 most ordered dishes
The survey also reveals that more UK consumers are trying new dishes this year.
Poké Bowls are the number one most-ordered dish in the UK according to Deliveroo.
This was revealed under Deliveroo’s ‘Deliveroo 100 Report, highlighting trending dishes from around the world.
Poké Bowls, specifically Build Your Own Poké Bowl from Poké Shack in London are number one. It is closely followed by the Build Your Own Salad Bowl from atis in London, who have bagged themselves second place. Elsewhere, Scots have gone bonkers for burritos from FreshMex in Aberdeen, taking bronze ahead of Tortilla’s version of the Mexican dish in London, which comes in at fourth place.
Avocados may have proved popular in 2022, but this year, there is a new favourite fruit on the block. Londoners have been besotted with bananas this year, with Waitrose’s fairtrade banana bunch sliding into fifth place, overtaking Deliveroo’s Restaurant of the Year winner 2021, Wingstop with their much loved 8 pieces Boneless dish (sixth), Dishoom’s famous Chicken Ruby (seventh), whilst London lunchtime favourite, Harissa Chicken from Farmer J is in at eighth, followed by the Gochujang Chicken Bibimbap Bowl from Grounded Kitchen in Birmingham (ninth).
Five Guy’s much-loved classic cheeseburger and Deliveroo customer favourite makes it to spot ten, marking the seventh consecutive year it has featured in the UK’s top 10 most trending dishes.
The report also revealed some deeper insights into consumers’ ordering habits. Brits have become more adventurous with the type of food they order at home with 33% of the UK’s top 30 list made up of an eclectic mix of cuisines from around the world, including British, Mexican, Indian, Jamaican, Hawaiian and more.
Research commissioned by Deliveroo found that over half of Brits (52%) have tried more than three new dishes or cuisines for the first time in the last 12 months.
In the capital, sandwiches are out in favour of healthier ‘build your own bowl’ dishes. Trending amongst office workers, Poké, salad and burrito bowls make up 40% of the UK’s top 10 trending list and 20% of the top 30. Research from Deliveroo backs up the trend with data revealing that bowl food such as Poké, salad or burrito bowls (51%) were more likely to be ordered by Brits for a takeaway lunch than the humble sandwich (37%).
Londoners continue to be the nation's biggest chicken fans, with over a third (33%) of the top 30 list comprising chicken dishes. Favourite dishes include 8 Pieces Boneless from Wingstop, Chicken Ruby from Dishoom and Harissa Chicken from Farmer J, taking positions six, seven and eight, respectively. In fact, a third of Londoners said they’d most likely order chicken wings if they were ordering takeaway for lunch.