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Vote Now for the Best Food Via Delivery This Year [Poll Closed]

Whose food does not require the bricks-and-mortar experience?

A Deliveroo rider — the company has changed the way Londoners consume restaurant food this year
| Ben McMahon

Welcome to the fifth and final day of London’s inaugural participation in the annual Eater Awards, honouring the most talented restaurant and bar industry operators in cities across the world. Here, ICYMI, is how the Eater Awards work: All 24 Eater cities and the national site will award prizes in multiple categories, including Restaurant of the Year, Chef of the Year, Design of the Year, Expansion of the Year, and now finally, Food Via Delivery of the Year.

In each category, editors choose an ‘editor’s choice’ winner and readers will vote for a ‘reader’s choice’ winner — all to be announced on 5 December, 2017. Editor’s choice winners will receive the much sought-after tomato can trophy, per tradition. This year Eater will extend the awards coverage, running in-depth features about each editor’s choice winner throughout 2018. So watch out.

Now, it’s time to vote for the reader’s choice winner in the Food Via Delivery of the Year category. Polls will be open for 24 hours and, once again, will be strictly monitored for any attempts at impropriety.

The choice is between: ‘Charcoal kebabs’ served to the residents of Clapham and Battersea in south London; JKS Restaurant’s peerless Indian kitchen, via Deliveroo Editions; Carl Clarke’s ‘gulit free’ chicken burgers from Baker Street; outstanding (pork and leek soup) dumplings from The Kitchens of Spitalfields; or immaculately presented Japanese cuisine in Hackney...

What a week. Go!

Poll

Vote for the Best Food Via Delivery This Year

This poll is closed

  • 0%
    BabaBoom
    (5 vote)
  • 5%
    Motu
    (47 vote)
  • 91%
    CHIK’N
    (756 vote)
  • 2%
    Dumpling Shack
    (19 vote)
  • 0%
    Uchi
    (2 vote)
829 vote total Vote Now

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