Singles vs. Couples: Most Popular Foods for Valentine’s Day

Who likes it spicy? Check out this gallery to see what meals you're likely to indulge in this Valentine's Day based on your relationship status.

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Stacy Spensley
Potato wedges are the most-ordered dish by singles on Valentine's Day. Singles order the dish 210 percent more often than couples .
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Bacon and egg sandwiches were the second most-ordered dish on Valentine's Day. They are ordered 205 percent more often by singles than couples.
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Mediterranean food is also popular among singles on the holiday of love. Gyros are ordered 174 percent more often by singles than couples.
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Chicken burritos are ordered 151% more often by singles than couples on Valentine's Day.
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Cassie Glenn
BLT sandwiches are the fifth most popular food among singles on Valentine's Day, the diner staple is ordered 141 percent more often by singles than couples.
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Saag paneer is the most popular dish among couples celebrating the romantic occasion. The Indian dish is ordered 386 percent more often by couples than singles on Valentine's Day.
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Tandoori chicken, another Indian dish, ranks number two with couples, who are 342 percent more likely to enjoy the dish than singles on Valentine's Day.
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Couples also favor sushi when it comes to Valentine's Day dining, the dynamite roll is the third most-ordered dish by couples. They are 336 percent more likely to order this roll than singles.
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Dragon rolls are enjoyed 328 percent more often by couples than singles on Valentine's Day.
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Rainbow rolls are another sushi dish that couples enjoy on Valentine's Day. It is 322 percent more likely to be ordered by couples than singles.
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