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Offering popular dishes that diners love can attract new business and give you more exposure. Using data from GrabFood, we’ve found 5 of the most sought-after dishes on the platform, along with insights and tips to boost your recipes with special twists.

Burgers

Burgers are commonly accompanied by fries or other sides. To give it a lift, try offering unique variations and imaginative sides using trending ingredients to catch the eye of potential customers.

Why not leverage off the popularity of a top trend and offer your fries with a Salted Egg dip?

Local Favourites

There’s only one thing better than opening a packet of your favourite comfort food: having it delivered right to your doorstep!

Dishes like nasi lemak, chicken rice and prata travel well as they are often wrapped in banana leaves or paper parcels. For a fresh spin on a classic, how about offering a Coconut and Lemon Chicken Curry with your prata?

Fried Chicken

From sesame honey right through to Korean-style, customers love all types of fried chicken. When properly seasoned and prepared, good ol’ crispy chicken is a finger-licking favourite that never dies.

Keep your chicken options fresh by offering interesting accompaniments like this South East Asian Spiced BBQ Sauce.

Milk Drinks and Desserts

Customers often order add-ons to their meals like irresistible milk puddings and bubble tea. Drinks and desserts are always more difficult to transport though, so make sure you invest in quality packaging to ensure these items don’t leak or spill!

Appeal to mint lovers with this Dark Chocolate Milk Tea recipe using Lipton Peppermint Tea.

Pasta

From carbonara to bolognese, pasta is a universally loved comfort food. How about mixing things up and trying an innovative fusion recipe? This Soft Shell Crab Salted Egg Pasta recipe is sure to get customers talking.

However, it’s important to maintain quality over delivery with this dish. Some sauces can clump up or separate, or the pasta may turn soggy, so learn how to make sure your pasta arrives in great condition