After launching online food delivery services in US, Uber has now launched their food delivery portal in India and it will give tough competition to its competitors such as Zomato, Swiggy, FoodPanda, etc. For now, the UberEATs service is only available Mumbai and its specific regions.
UberEATs services are available in 26 countries and 78 cities worldwide.
Though UberEATs has not limited users to order any minimum amount of food but a delivery fee of Rs 15 will be charged on each order done using it.
The best thing about UberEATs is, you can order food at any time all 7 days of the week. You can order, breakfast, lunch, dinner or even random eats too.
If you’re wondering how to get started, there’s an app available on Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store. Also, if you’re not an Android and even iOS user, you can access UberEATs on the web at UberEATs.com and order food for you.
How to Order Food Online Using UberEATs App?
- Download the app (Android| iOS)
- Pick delivery location – Input your address where you’d like your meal delivered
- Find the perfect meal – Browse local restaurants or search by cuisine type to find exactly what your taste buds are asking for
- Place your order – Pick the items you want right now or schedule your order to arrive whenever is most convenient for you
- Pay through PayTM
- Track the progress of the delivery – Get updates as your order is prepared and delivered to your destination.
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UberEATs App & Website: Which Works Fast?
When it comes to website and mobile application, apps always comes in handy to use and you can also do order quickly with it. So, our recommendation is to go ahead and install the app now.
Uber has partnered with more than 200 restaurants located in Mumbai to make this service as good as possible. Some of the noticeable restaurants are The Good Wife, Fresh Menu, Coffee by Di Bella, The Bohri Kitchen, Le15 Patisserie, Nom Nom, and The Bombay Canteen.
Commenting on the launch, Bhavik Rathod, Head of UberEATS India, said:
Mumbai is home to a booming food industry with a vibrant food culture offering both global and local cuisines to its residents. The introduction of UberEATS in India, with Mumbai as the first city to go live with this food delivery service, is a major step in our global expansion strategy and showcases our commitment to the market. The app brings the perfect pairing of amazing restaurant partners, innovative technology, and the efficient Uber delivery network at a tap of a button to the people in India. We strongly believe that the wide selection of meal choices delivered at Uber speed will open new economic opportunities for delivery partners, enable restaurants to connect with more consumers and make eating effortless, everywhere and for everyone.
UberEATs Official Statement At Launch
Kartik Murthy, Product Manager, UberEATS Internationalization Growth, said:
A litter over a year ago, we set out to make food delivery–from pizza to smoothies–through the UberEATS app as convenient and reliable as getting an Uber ride. As we have expanded UberEATS, we have been building the technology to make food delivery at the push of a button easy wherever you are–whether it is at home or the park, in Mumbai or San Francisco. That is why we are working specifically to make the challenges in India opportunities for developing a better product for consumers, restaurants, and delivery partners. For example, for consumers, we are using machine learning to surface restaurant recommendations, as well as integrating popular payment options to make transactions easy; for restaurants, we developed a tool–Restaurant Manager– to share actionable data and analytics to help grow their businesses; and for delivery partners, we have built the ability to continue to learn from our experience in India and build the technology that makes food delivery effortless for everyone.