Vernon loves their butter chicken: SkipTheDishes

Delivery app releases 2019 stats for most popular Vernon food orders

SkipTheDishes may only be a year old in Vernon, but already the Winnipeg-based company is serving up residents with some statistics for 2019 and the most ordered item is — drum roll, please — butter chicken.

“Vernon sure does love their butter chicken,” SkipTheDishes external communications manager Melanie Fatouros-Richardson said. “It’s been ordered almost 1,400 times in 2019 alone, but we don’t know what that amounts to in grains of rice.”

In second place: Beef donair with more than 1,100 orders. Dynamite rolls came in the third with nearly 1,000 orders.

The SkipTheDish spokeswoman said the most expensive order from Vernon rang in at $300 and included five orders of wontons and “a ton of spring rolls.”

“Whoever you are, we hope your friends and family thanked you.”

READ MORE: Armstrong asked to support first non-medical cannabis retail outlet

READ MORE: Enderby RMT reprimanded, fined for exposing patients’ breasts


@caitleerach
Caitlin.clow@vernonmorningstar.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Just Posted

Armstrong seniors home hires own doctor

Access to health care easier for seniors in Heaton Place

Highway 97 in Lake Country reopens after police incident near Airport Inn

Traffic was backed up on the highway for several hours

Get your head out of clouds, Vernon

Fall fog sticks around all day in northern portion of valley

North Okanagan district seeks applicants for waste management advisory group

RDNO looking for 15 people from business, community sectors for working group

Leave gravesites alone: Vernon mother

Woman noticed the flower loop was missing from her son’s plot on the anniversary of his death

VIDEO: ‘Climate emergency’ is Oxford’s 2019 Word of the Year

Other words on the shortlist included ‘extinction,’ ‘climate denial’ and ‘eco-anxiety’

Manitoba slams lack of detail on Indigenous child-welfare overhaul plan

The federal government has said the legislation will reduce the number of Indigenous children in care

Services needed for early-onset Alzheimer’s disease patients: doctor, advocates

More patients are being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s at an earlier age

Penticton woman remembered as ‘kind and caring’

Lynn Kalmring’s life was one of caring and campassion for others as a person and as a nurse

Canucks erupt with 5 power-play goals in win over Nashville

Vancouver ends three-game slide with 6-3 triumph over Predators

65-million-year-old triceratops makes its debut in Victoria

Dino Lab Inc. is excavating the fossilized remains of a 65-million-year-old dinosaur

B.C. widow suing health authority after ‘untreatable’ superbug killed her husband

New Public Agency Health report puts Canadian death toll at 5,400 in 2018

Changes to B.C. building code address secondary suites, energy efficiency

Housing Minister Selina Robinson says the changes will help create more affordable housing

Most Read