The jig is up, Canada! We now know what cities have the pickiest eaters, are the most polite, and dropped some major bills on food orders, among other things. That’s right! And you can thank Uber Eats Canada and its annual Cravings Report 2022 for that.

The popular delivery platform has dropped its fourth annual Uber Eats Cravings Report, and it breaks down the most popular, most unique, and most unusual delivery requests they’ve received in Canada this year.

Looking at Canada as a whole, Uber Eats revealed that Japanese food is the top cuisine in the country, with Indian food following right behind. In third would be Chinese food, fourth Pizza and fifth burgers. Don’t forget about the sides! Fries came on top as the most requested, with Nuggets trailing behind.

Thirsty? Margaritas were the most popular alcoholic drink orders while on the non-boozy side, Slushies were the most popular convenience items.

But that’s not all! Oh, no, no, no. Wonder what city tips the most? Is the most healthy? or even the pickiest? Keep on reading.

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When it comes to tipping, apparently Victoria, B.C is the city with that tips the most. Check out the top 10 bellow:

  1. Victoria
  2. Sherbrooke
  3. Quebec City
  4. Gatineau
  5. Trois-Rivieres
  6. Edmonton
  7. Nanaimo
  8. Ottawa
  9. Calgary
  10. Halifax

The cities that order the most “healthy food”:

  1. Thunder Bay
  2. Montreal
  3. Halifax
  4. Kingston
  5. Toronto
  6. Kitchener-Waterloo
  7. Vancouver
  8. Ottawa
  9. Hamilton
  10. Gatineau

The most polite cities:

  1. Kingston
  2. Ottawa
  3. Peterborough
  4. London
  5. Victoria
  6. Kitchener-Waterloo
  7. Hamilton
  8. Calgary
  9. Niagara Region
  10. Kelowna

The pickiest cities in Canada

  1. Toronto – hot sauce on the side
  2. Vancouver – no green onion
  3. Montreal – extra sauce svp
  4. Ottawa – extra pickle
  5. Edmonton – extra pickle
  6. Calgary – extra mayo
  7. Hamilton – no hot sauce
  8. Kitchener-Waterloo – no olives
  9. Halifax – salt and pepper
  10. Winnipeg – extra pickle

And last, but definitely not least, the most expensive Uber Eats orders. Apparently these cities know how to spend their money:

  1. Toronto $1,048.01 from a burger joint
  2. Vancouver $1,039.01 from a Japanese restaurant
  3. Montreal $893.54 from a cheese shop and bakery

Didn’t see your city or do you think it deserved a higher ranking? Well, there’s always next year!