MCDONALD's is often the restaurant choice to help you through a hangover, but which menu items are fans are most likely to order? We reveal all.
You might be partial to a cheesy bacon flatbread, blueberry muffin or even a toasted bagel, but the nation has spoken and it seems the double sausage and egg McMuffin takes your hangover crown.
The dish, which sees two sausage pork patties, a slice of cheese, and a poached egg all sandwiched between a toasted English muffin, is the most ordered McDonald's breakfast item on the Uber Eats delivery app.
Can your £2.79 – the average price of a double sausage and egg McMuffin – really get you anything better?
Interestingly the third most popular Maccies breakfast dish ordered on Uber Eats is also the double sausage and egg McMuffin but this time as an extra value meal.
This is where you pay an extra £1.40 on average for a hash brown or bag of fruit and a hot drink or orange juice, taking your total order to £4.19.
And we can't leave out the second most popular item – the humble hash brown, which costs a mere 79p on average for one.
And which is the busiest branch for delivery orders? That's Canning Town in east London, although McDonald's wouldn't tell us how many order in total go through its doors each day.
Of course, McDonald's isn't the healthiest option with 565 calories in the double sausage and egg McMuffin and 136 in a hash brown.
An adult man should eat around 2,500 calories a day while it's 2,000 for a woman, according to NHS guidelines.
You'll also be charged extra if you can't pick yourself up off the sofa to head down to your local branch in person.
That's because there is a £3.50 delivery fee on all McDonald's Uber Eats orders, although you may be pleased to hear there isn't a minimum spend.
To get a McDonald's delivery you also need to live within 1.5miles of your nearest branch and not all branches deliver. Use McDonald's store locator tool to check your local.
Fans of the takeaway app will be pleased to hear Uber Eats plans "to offer £8 a month" food service for UNLIMITED deliveries called "Eats Pass".
But Uber Eats couriers are delivering McDonald’s meals to schools despite a ban to tackle childhood obesity.
And if none these breakfast items take your fancy then why not check out McDonald’s favourite dishes from around world including a Baci McFlurry.
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