New on Uber Eats Philadelphia: Cult-favorite Wawa, Vietnamese classics and more
A new month brings a slew of new eats. Whether you’re looking for a spot to try for the first time or have been waiting with fingers crossed for an old favorite to finally deliver, here’s what’s new on Uber Eats Philly in September.
The cult-favorite chain is much more than a run-of-the-mill convenience store. Whether you’re a fan of Wawa’s hot or cold hoagies, mashed potato or mac and cheese bowls, or just need a pint of Ben and Jerry’s to show up at your door asap, all the essentials are now even easier to get.
As its name suggests, Mr. Hook’s specializes in well, fish and chicken, but the menu is far more extensive than just those two ingredients. In addition to fish dinners with your choice of whiting, catfish, tilapia, etc. and chicken served as wings, tenders or leg, there’s also steamed and fried shellfish, classic Southern sides and sweet treats to round out your meal.
A beloved breakfast and lunch spot, Poppy’s is the place to hit when you need a solid sandwich. All the classic cold cuts are available along with house specials like the Tar Heel (pulled pork, coleslaw, Carolina vinegar sauce) and T Money (turkey, provolone, mayo, Russian dressing). No meal here is complete without Poppy’s famous mashed potato bowl.
Satisfy those poke cravings with one of Engimono’s signature bowls. The Bangkok (chicken, shrimp, mango, sweet chili sauce) draws inspiration from the flavors of Thailand, while the Fairmont skews Japanese with shrimp tempura, teriyaki sauce and edamame. Salads and sandwiches and egg breakfasts are also available.
The Willow Grove sandwich purveyor offers up 10 takes on the classic Vietnamese hoagie, with filling options such as chicken, pork belly and vegan bacon. It also takes traditional banh mi fixings and drops them in between fluffy bao buns and flour tortillas or on top of vermicelli and rice. Other favorites include the salad rolls, loaded fries and Vietnamese coffee.