What’s your order? The top 10 most-ordered takeaways in Dublin


If you think about it, no one knows you better than your Deliveroo man. 

He knows about that celebratory Chinese when you finished your exams and he knows that your 'treat yourself Thursday' often spills over into the rest of the weekend. 

So it's not surprising that Deliveroo knows exactly what kind of takeaway meals make the top five when it comes to our capital's preferences. 


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When 8pm on a Saturday night (the most popular time to order) rolls around, there are a few takeaways Dubliners love most.

Taking the top spot is the family meal from Eddie Rockets, comprising of two burger meals and two kids meals, so a true family favourite.

At number two there is the humble but mighty Boojum burrito, the ideal hangover food. 

At number three, Aussie BBQ takes the crown for their pulled pork and bacon fries. *drools*


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The number four spot is held by another family favourite from Beshoff Bros, the haddock fish and chips family meal for four. 

And last but not least, the capital's notions come to life with salmon sashimi from Aoki Sushi. 

The delivery service also looked into the eating habits of Co Cork, and they are distinctly different to those in the capital. 


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Cork residents prefer something a little spicy when they order in, with Yuan Ming Yuan's Hung Sung Pa Aromatic Duck taking the top spot. 

Ramen's Pad Thai came in second, with Tung Sing Crispy Chilli Chicken a close third. 

Burritos were again featured, this time it was Burritos & Blues Deliveroo Special in fourth place.


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And proving that you can't beat a takeaway classic, in fifth place is Uncle Pete’s Burger Meal for two. Romantic AF.

Now we're craving a takeaway dinner…