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An Ottawa customer has ordered 780 times from Skip the Dishes this year

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One hungry Ottawan has placed more than two orders per day on Skip the Dishes so far this year, according to a new report from the food delivery app.

Skip the Dishes is unpacking its largest orders, most popular food items and other statistics from the past year.

Someone in Ottawa has ordered 780 times through the app so far in 2021. Skip the Dishes provided no other details about the customer, citing privacy concerns.

The most orders placed by one person across Canada this year is 1,475 orders, placed by a customer in Peterborough, Ont.

The snapshot of what Canadians ordered from coast-to-coast-to-coast through Skip the Dishes shows Ottawa's most expensive order this year was $932.40. Skip the Dishes says the $932 order contained, in part:

  • 1 order of General Tao Cauliflower
  • 1 Mediterranean Chicken Plate
  • 1 order of Singapore Noodles
  • 1 Pad Thai Chicken,
  • 2 Fattoush Salad (Small)
  • 1 Chicken breast burger meal
  • 2 Panko Crusted Fish orders
  • 2 Shrimp and Salmon orders
  • 1 Chicken Fingers and Fries order
  • 2 Salmon orders
  • 3 General Tao Chicken orders
  • 2 Falafel Wraps
  • 3 Breaded Shrimp orders
  • 1 Florida Salad
  • 1 Calamari
  • 2 Thai Cauliflower Bites
  • 1 Personal Tuscan order
  • 1 Chicken Parmigiana order
  • 1 Chicken Wings order
  • 2 Lasagnas
  • 1 Garden Salad
  • 2 Garlic Dips
  • 1 Reese Peanut Butter Tart

The most expensive order in Canada was $1,552 by a customer in Toronto. That order included 11 chicken Tikka Boti, 10 beef Nihari, seven curries, 20 tandoori chicken and 20 roshmi kebobs.

When it comes to what Ottawa residents have ordered the most this year through Skip the Dishes, the top three food items are chicken sandwiches, hamburgers and French fries.

The top three things ordered in Ontario this year are chicken sandwiches, coffee and fries.

Skip the Dishes is unpacking its largest orders, most popular food items and other statistics from the past year. (Skip the Dishes)

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