These are the 10 Most Popular Restaurants in Toronto According to Foodora

With so many restaurant choices, sometimes making a decision is tough. But when you can’t decide, the city’s favourites can never fail!

Food delivery pulls on our heart strings because it combines two of our favourite things: eating and not having to leave the house.

There’s so much comfort in knowing that apps like Foodora are able to satisfy the most complex of our cravings at almost any hour of the day. Longing for dumplings? You’ve got it. Starting a juice cleanse? The app is brimming with options. What about some brisket? Yep, it’s available, juicy and slow cooked. And with Foodora’s delivery areas expanding to North York and Etobicoke, and new restaurant partners like Eat BKK Thai, Muncheez, The Burger’s Priest Queensway, Gohyang, TICH Modern Indian Cuisine, The Captain’s Boil , Woody’s Burgers and Pusateri’s, the options really are endless!

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The Burger’s Priest (Image: Instagram/@hamontfoodie)

But with so many restaurant choices, sometimes making a decision is tough. And when you can’t decide, the city’s favourites can never fail! We asked the good people at Foodora to let us in on a little secret: the most ordered menu items and most popular plates on the menu.

Not so surprisingly, Torontonians have a penchant for Thai, with the particular cuisine raking a nice chunk of their orders and Salad King being the most popular restaurant on the whole app. Also in the top ten most popular Foodora restaurants are Fresh, The Burger’s Priest, Me Va Me, Banh Mi Boys, and Rolltation, with some restaurants having multiple locations in round-up.

And as for the city’s most requested dishes, the top 10 are as follows: Fried Chicken Bao, Cheeseburger, Lemongrass Chicken, Butter Chicken, Gyoza, Edamame, Five Spice Pork Belly Bao, Quinoa Onion Rings, Laffa Bread and Pad Thai.

Are you surprised by who topped the list of the most popular restaurants in Toronto?

Featured Image: Instagram/@Foodora_CA

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