Deliveroo Have Announced Cork's Favourite Takeaways On The North & South Of The Lee
Deliveroo has released some interesting data on Cork food ordering habits, showing us that the northside versus southside rivalry is still alive and well!
Food delivery has evolved from the occasional Saturday night visit to the local chipper for a treat to a daily occurrence at any time of the day with just the tap of an app.
The latest Deliveroo data reveals interesting ordering trends across Cork. Depending on where you reside has a lot of influence on what you order.
Undeniably the proudest County and City in Ireland, Cork curiously has differences in opinion when it comes to food preference north and south of the Lee.
The North of Lee Side has a love for local and Irish with West Cork Burger Co. topping the list for Blackpool and Supermacs in Gurranabraher.
South of the Lee, Deliveroo customers prefer something a little spicier with Lal Quila in Mahon, Koto along The Lough and Phoenix House in Douglas.
Gurranabraher - Chicken Tenders from Supermacs
Knocknaheeny - The Cheese Burger from Son Of a Bun
Shandon - Chicken Thighs from Nandos
Blackpool - The Savage Burger from Build a Burger from West Cork Burger Co
The Lough - Wings from Koto
Ballyphehane - American Hot from Milano
Mahon - Chicken Korma Badami from Lal Quila
Douglas - Munchie Box with Curry Sauce from Phoenix House
Bishopstown (Cork Institute of Technology) - Chicken Burrito from Boojum
College Road (University College Cork) - Student Deal from Apache Pizza Douglas
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