What are the most popular delivery dishes in Fort Myers?
Are you curious to know what your neighbors in and near Fort Myers, Florida, order for delivery? We’ve done the research and gathered the top 10 most popular delivery foods in the Fort Myers area—so now you know!
Fort Myers residents like a wide variety of cuisines, Mexican to Indian, American to Thai. We hope these top 10 popular menu items serve as inspiration for your next delivery order. What are you in the mood for? Let us bring it to you.
Tacos top the charts for delivery orders in Fort Myers, Florida—specifically, chicken tacos. Crunchy hard shell to soft tortilla, authentic Mexican to pub-style, there is no shortage of tacos for delivery in your area. For your choice of brisket, carne asada, chorizo, chicken, carnitas, shrimp or mahi tacos, check out Mexico Lindo Restaurant in Cape Coral.
Chicken quesadillas are a big hit in the Fort Myers area. They make the perfect appetizer for sharing, or a delicious meal for one. From sports bars to Mexican joints, you can find a quesadilla to cure your craving in Fort Myers. Order yours with steak, chicken, ground beef or veggies and Mexican cheese, pico de gallo and sour cream from Tac-O-Rama.
Mac n’ cheese
Authentic Italian or from a blue box, we don’t judge! Macaroni and cheese is a classic meal for adults and kids alike. We’re partial to an All American BBQ entree with a side of bacon mac n cheese (macaroni pasta tossed in a creamy three cheese sauce with apple wood smoked bacon) from The Lodge. That’s the best of both worlds!
Who doesn’t like to be all wrapped up in a tortilla hug? With a name like 3 Pepper Burrito, their burritos have to be good. With your choice of steak, beef, chicken, carnitas or veggie plus beans, shredded cheese, pico de gallo and fresh cut toppings, this place has what you’re looking for. But, if seafood or a chimichanga (deep-fried burrito) is more your speed, Cabos Cantina has you covered.
Chicken tikka masala
Whether it was invented in Scotland or India is up for debate, but one thing we can all agree on is that chicken tikka masala is a definite delivery winner. In Fort Myers, India’s Grill is known for having delicious chicken tikka masala cooked in a creamy tomato sauce. Pair with naan for one satisfying meal without any cooking or cleaning.
Pad Thai tops almost every city’s list as one of the most popular delivery foods. And with so much spice and flavor, it’s no wonder why. If you’re looking for a sizzling pad Thai dish near For Myers for delivery, look no further than Bangkok Thai Restaurant with a menu featuring a classic dish of rice noodles, egg, bean sprouts, scallions and peanuts in a homemade sauce.
With layers of Italian meats, fresh cheeses, veggies, oil and vinegar all between a soft Italian bread, it’s hard not to love an Italian sub. And you can get yours delivered from Wicked Good Deli. Ham, capicola, genoa salami, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, onions and Italian dressing are piled high on a fresh baked sub roll and served with chips.
House salads in particular tend to be a pretty common delivery order. Which makes sense when you’re in the mood for something a little light and fresh to accompany your burger or pizza. King’s Kitchen offers a small or large option with salad greens, shredded cheese, carrots, onions, tomatoes, croutons and your choice of one of seven dressings.
With burgers options galore, if you have a craving for beef, BurgerQue is the place to go. And whether you want a traditional patty or creative toppings that will blow your mind, they have it. From a fried egg and sausage gravy to beef brisket and coleslaw (yes, on top of your beef patty), they got it, and we’ll deliver it.
Capone’s dishes out coal fired pizza. And we hear their custom pizzas with tomato sauce, mozzarella and Romano cheeses really hit the spot. And if you’re looking for something with a little more oomph, they also have several specialty pizzas with all your favorite toppings—and some unique ones, too.
Now that you know what the rest of Fort Myers likes to eat most, what’s for dinner?