It's chicken for Joburgers and Durbanites, but what do Capetonians feast on?

The OrderIn food service delivery app, has released its survey of the latest takeout eating habits of South Africans.

The survey has found that people living in Johannesburg and Durban order the most chicken in the country on weekdays.

Capetonians order the most sushi during lunchtime, while pizza appears to be a firm favourite throughout the country.

Stephen Grootes spoke to Founder and CEO of Order-In to find out more about South African's eating habits.

What we see in the trend of the weekend, pizza tends to be the number one cuisine type but then again on weekends Durban tends to go against the grain and they prefer burgers.

Founder and CEO of OrderIn

We tend to see that the seasons also have an impact on how people eat, so Thai is kind of an all year cuisine type favorite but Indian tends to do very well in the winter.

Founder and CEO of OrderIn

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