What are the most popular delivery foods near you?
Are you curious to know what your neighbors in Bentonville, Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and nearby areas order for delivery? We’ve done the research and gathered the top 10 most popular delivery foods in Northwest Arkansas—so now you know!
Northwest Arkansas residents like a wide variety of cuisines, especially burgers and tacos (two kinds of each topped the charts) and sandwiches! 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.
The two burgers that ranked highest on our top 10 list were the Classic Burger with Bacon and the Mushroom & Swiss Burger. At IDK Cafe in Rogers, you can find six different gourmet beef burgers, dressed up in different toppings. From the Mushroom Brie Burger (a classy twist on Swiss) to the Edgewood Burger with bacon, aged cheddar and a fried egg, you can’t go wrong here.
If you’re ordering your favorite Mexican food from Abuelo’s, order some Mexican rice on the side! Also called Spanish rice, it’s a popular side dish at Mexican restaurants and is made with white rice, tomatoes, garlic and onions. It makes a filling and flavorful accompaniment to your meal of burritos, enchiladas or quesadillas.
The Greek Salad at Acropolis Greek & Mediterranean Restaurant in Bentonville boasts fresh romaine lettuce, tomatoes, kalamata olives and feta cheese with oil and vinegar dressing. It’s served with warm pita bread and you can add chicken or gyro meat to make it a hearty entree. You could also order a small Greek salad as a side to your gyro or kabobs.
Pad thai is a noodle dish bursting with a spicy, tangy sauce, fresh herbs and peanuts. If you’re looking for pad thai delivery near you, look no further than Thai Basil in Bentonville and their dish with egg noodles, bean sprouts, green onions and peanuts. Customize your meal by choosing your spice level and meat (pork, beef or shrimp).
Brisket tacos and carne asada tacos made Bentonville’s list of top foods. We recommend Blu Restaurant for some Baja style carne asada tacos with your choice of grilled, fried or blackened beef with cabbage, pico de gallo and Mexican crema. If brisket’s more your speed, On the Border offers shredded beef wrapped up in a flour tortilla with Jack cheese, crispy onion strings and jalapeño-BBQ sauce.
Craving a gyro? Tazikis Mediterranean Cafe has you covered offering several different gyros, including Bentonville’s favorite: lamb. But they also have a grilled veggie gyro (tomatoes, zucchini, red peppers, onions and feta with a pesto aioli), grilled beef and chicken gyros. Toss in some dolmades, hummus and a slice of baklava, and you have yourself a Mediterranean feast.
Pulled Pork Sandwich
Whole Hog Cafe offers a pulled pork sandwich made with dry rubbed pork seasoned with secret spices, then pecan smoked for 14 hours and loaded onto a white bun. Top with coleslaw for a tangy touch and pick a side of baked beans, potato salad, fries, green salad, cheesy corn, chips or a brownie to complete your barbecue meal.
Pizza (of all kinds!)
A create-your-own pizza is actually the exact menu item that topped this list. And while Uncle Maddio’s Pizza in Rogers features signature pies that sound amazing—like the Steak & Blue, Jamaican Jerk and Portobello Pesto—you can choose three of your own toppings to make your own signature ‘za, too! And there are almost 40 toppings to choose from, so good luck with that.
Roasted Turkey Sandwich
Not just any turkey sandwich scored big on this list. The Roasted Turkey Sandwich from Atlanta Bread did. And with mayo, spicy mustard, tomato, lettuce and red onion on nine grain bread, it’s no surprise why. Because they prove you don’t have to sacrifice flavor or satisfaction to eat fresh and healthfully.
Chicken Tikka Masala
You can enjoy authentic Indian cuisine like chicken tikka masala from the comfort of your home. Order yours for delivery from Khana Indian Grill in Fayetteville for boneless chicken breast marinated in a special spice mix, cooked in a clay oven and served with basmati rice. And don’t forget the naan!
Now that you know what the rest of Northwest Arkansas likes to eat most, what’s for dinner?