What do people in Greenville order most for delivery?
Are you curious to know what your neighbors order for delivery? We’ve done the research and gathered the top 10 most popular delivery foods in Greenville, South Carolina, so now you know!
From Japanese to Thai, burgers to queso, Greenville residents like a wide variety of cuisines. Use these 10 foods as inspiration for your next order. What are you in the mood for? Order now.
It’s no surprise rice bowls rank as the #1 delivery food in Greenville. From Mexican to Hibachi, rice bowls can come in many different forms. With beef, chicken, tofu, eggs or seafood, they offer a versatile way to fill up on flavorful, hearty foods. And pretty much anything goes—add fresh or sautéed veggies, chopped herbs, and piquant sauces like Sriracha, soy sauce, guacamole or ranch. To order a rice bowl in Greenville, check out the chicken or beef rice bowl at Joy of Tokyo or the shrimp rice bowl at Yard House.
Spring rolls are tightly-rolled, stuffed appetizers usually found on Asian restaurant menus. Fillings and preparation can vary depending on where you get them. Typically, you’ll find veggies like cabbage and carrots, as well as rice—and if there’s meat it’ll probably be pork or shrimp. They can be eaten cold or served deep-fried. To order cold shrimp or duck spring rolls, check out Purple Sushi and to try fried vegetable spring rolls, Miso’s International Bistro is where it’s at.
You can’t go wrong with a classic bacon cheeseburger with lettuce, onion, pickle and tomato. But if you’re looking to build your own or choose from a menu full of delicious masterpieces—like the Hot Mess Burger with applewood smoked bacon, pepper jack cheese, jalapeño peppers and chipotle ranch—look no further than American Burger Company. Isn’t it about time you spice things up?
As one of the country’s most popular delivery foods, pad thai also tops the charts for delivery in Greenville, South Carolina. And why wouldn’t it? With a blend of savory, tangy and spicy flavors, it’s a well-balanced dish that’s sure to satisfy even the heartiest of appetites. For a classic pad thai, order from Thai Jing or Koi Asian Bistro in Greenville. Thai Jing serves up theirs with Thai rice noodles stir-fried with egg, bean sprouts, green onion and crushed peanuts. Koi Asian Bistro opts for your choice of tofu, vegetables, chicken, beef or seafood with stir-fried rice noodles with egg, bean sprouts, onions and ground peanuts.
House salads make a great side to otherwise heavy meals, so you can feel a little better about downing that juicy burger or fried pork chop. If you’re looking to add a fresh side to your cheesy pie, Mellow Mushroom has a very popular house salad with greens, Roma tomatoes, cucumbers, black olives, onions, shaved Parmesan and balsamic vinaigrette. Or lighten up your pulled pork sandwich from Terrace with a house salad boasting field greens, carrots, cucumbers, gorgonzola crumbles, grape tomatoes and champagne vinaigrette.
Chips and Queso
When I dip you dip we dip—queso style! Those in Greenville love their chips and queso, and we don’t blame them! With melty cheese, spicy chiles and a little Mexican flare, it’s hard to resist everyone’s favorite hot, creamy dip. The perfect game day food, movie snack or cure for the late night munchies, queso from Gringos Cantina is always a good choice. In fact, they say their queso “is what dreams are made of.” You could also get a protein-packed version with an order of chori-queso dip from El Patron, loaded with spicy chorizo.
If you’re a sushi lover, there’s nothing like a classic Philadelphia roll with crab or salmon, avocado and cream cheese to cure those sushi cravings. Order an array of rolls from Sushi Murasaki, including those beloved Philadelphia rolls packed with crab, avocado and cream cheese. If you prefer salmon in your Philly roll, hit up Sushi Hana and get your fill of sushi with the “Roll Combination” including California rolls, tempura shrimp, Philly rolls or spicy tuna—delivered right to your door.
Everyone’s favorite American-Chinese appetizer, crab rangoon is a crispy, deep-fried dumpling stuffed with cream cheese and crab meat. If you’re ordering Chinese food, an order of crab rangoon makes a delicious appetizer that both adults and kids will enjoy. At Joy of Tokyo you can get an order of three wontons, but choose Purple Sushi and you’ll get your crab rangoon with a side of jalapeño cheese sauce for dipping!
A traditional Japanese soup, miso soup consists of dashi stock (water, dried kelp and tuna) with miso paste, seaweed, tofu and scallions that float to the top. Miso soup serves as a great starter to any Asian meal. Before noshing on your shrimp fried rice or chicken teriyaki, try a bowl of miso soup from Hibachi Cafe. Or, create an eclectic meal for yourself at Miso’s International Bistro featuring a mix of Asian, Thai, American, and Tex-Mex cuisine—and include a warming bowl of miso soup.
Chicken Tikka Masala
A staple at Indian restaurants, chicken tikka masala is a no-brainer when trying to decide what to order. You can’t go wrong with a rich, creamy sauce of masala, tomatoes and coconut cream with tender pieces of chicken all baked in a tandoor oven. Try Handi Indian Restaurant’s delicious chicken tikka masala with a side of naan for delivery, and find out what the fuss is all about. Or opt for Persis Indian Grill‘s tikka masala with clay-oven roasted chicken simmered in a rich creamy tomato sauce.
Now that you know what the rest of Greenville likes to eat, what’s for dinner?