Eat and Drink NYC takeout: UberEATS' most popular menu items By Georgia Kral Updated April 14, 2016 11:07 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email UberEATS is one of many food delivery services available to hungry New Yorkers. The company, an offshoot of the ride-sharing service Uber, sought to set itself apart in a saturated market by offering a handpicked lineup of restaurants. Judging by the types of restaurants included, UberEATS (ubereats.com) imagined its users to be conscientious eaters and foodies looking for better food than standard takeout. The standalone app launched on March 22 in cities across the country, including New York City. Only available in Manhattan for now, the app contracts with 109 restaurants. Not yet a month old, UberEATS has released data that shows the top 10 items ordered via the app between the hours of 5 and 9 p.m. in Manhattan. Here are the most popular takeout dinner items in NYC, according to UberEATS: Mighty Quinn's Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 1: Mighty Quinn's brisket sandwich Otto's Tacos Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 2: Otto's Tacos carne asada tacos The Kati Roll Company Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 3: The Kati Roll Co.'s chicken tikka roll Mulberry & Vine Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 4: Mulberry & Vine's pick 3 (veggie and protein) INDAY Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 5: INDAY's "Not Rice" bowl Veselka Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 6: Veselka's handmade varenyky (pierogi) big plate Desi Galli Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 7: Desi Galli's chicken tikka masala Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 8: Ivan Ramen's spicy red chili ramen Spice Symphony Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 9: Spice Symphony's chicken lollipops Empellon Al Pastor Photo Credit: UberEATS No. 10: Empellon Al Pastor's al pastor tacos By Georgia Kral Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic UberEATS expands delivery service in Manhattan UberEATS will now offer access below 100th Street in Manhattan. Ladybird, Mile End and more new restaurants to visit Stay in the know on new restaurants. These are the favorite brunch spots in NYC for Uber usersData shows where New Yorkers are headed on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.