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The five most popular Deliveroo dishes in Inverness revealed as company celebrates four years in the city


By Federica Stefani

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Deliveroo celebrated its fourth year in the Highland capital. Picture by: Thomas Leonard.
Deliveroo celebrated its fourth year in the Highland capital. Picture by: Thomas Leonard.

A DELIVERY service unveiled a list of the most popular dishes ordered in Inverness, where the company has been operating for four years.

New data from the on-demand food delivery service Deliveroo showed that Inverness locals prefer to order on a Saturday at 8pm, with Boneless Banquet Box Meal from KFC being the most popular dish in the town.

According to the published data, locals appear to love Mexican food the most, followed by Scottish and American.

This year's most popular dishes were:

  1. Boneless Banquet Box Meal from KFC
  2. Tattie Scone from Red Pepper
  3. Bacon Double Cheese XL Meal from Burger King
  4. Classic Dough Balls from PizzaExpress
  5. Carbonara from Bella Italia

Harison Foster, Regional Director for the UK said: “Our whole team here at Deliveroo are delighted that our rapid growth in Inverness over the past four years means that customers have more choice, restaurants are able to increase their revenue, and riders have the opportunity to choose well-paid, flexible work.”

Since its launch in the town four years ago, more than 40 restaurants have signed up to the platform.

Deliveroo said it has created work for more than 30 people, with the majority of these being Deliveroo riders.

Customers can schedule orders via the Deliveroo app up to one day in advance or receive food as soon as possible between noon and 11pm, and from noon on the weekends, from a variety of local restaurants, 60 per cent of which are said to be independent businesses.



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