Turns out, it wasn't quite as I'd imagined. Despite the number of small restaurants and franchises offering a variety of global dishes, when it comes to lunch delivery, Americans mostly just want sandwiches. Sometimes egg salad, sometimes tuna salad (perhaps the sole area of common ground between New Yorkers and Angelenos?), and jeez, guys, so much chicken salad. All hail chicken salad, Queen of Lunchtime In America. Some findings were peculiar: Seattle's very into their Quizno's broccoli and cheddar soup. Houston is all about fruit salad. Nashville, a land-locked city 500 miles from the nearest ocean, orders salmon and avocado sushi 286% more than any other dish city-wide.