But, surprisingly, a Simply Asia in Cape Town came in second, with a roasted chilli paste and cashew nut noodles as the most ordered meal.
Noodles were also the second most ordered meal on Uber Eats the past year.
Pretorius said in third place was an Afro’s Chicken outlet in Durban, where consumers ordered the "strips and tjips" the most.
Uber Eats currently operates in five South African cities, working with over 2,000 restaurants, providing over 50,000 meal options.
Pretorius said Uber Eats, launched in 2016, is the dominant fast food player in South Africa, despite Naspers-owned Mr D Food claiming it is the largest fast food delivery service on Android.
Uber Eats helped to create 1,500 flexible economic opportunities for delivery-partners the past year, she aid.
“It has been an exciting two years, demand from South African residents and businesses has been amazing, and our delivery-partners continue thrive,” Pretorius said.
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