UberEATS has jumped on the food delivery bandwagon
Joining the myriad of food delivery services available to Sydney-siders, the ride-sharing service Uber has launched UberEATS, further proving that they are taking over the world, one trip at a time. Following Melbourne’s suit, the service was introduced to Sydney yesterday, offering over 100 different restaurants across the city for your lunch and dinner, 11am to 10pm, seven days a week.
If you are situated around Sydney’s inner suburbs, you’re in for a treat. Top restaurants and eateries such as Fratelli Fresh, Indigo, Thievery and Butter have signed on. Three Blue Ducks will also hop on board, first timers in the food delivery industry. The UberEATS app is similar to the original Uber. Sign in with your account, upload your location, choose from the many local food joints available and voila! Your food is on its way and should reach you within the hour.
You’ll find many delicious inclusions on your UberEATS app, like the popular Veggie Bowl from Three Blue Ducks. The vegan and gluten free bowl is filled with pumpkin, eggplant, grains, fermented veggies and leafy greens. Bound to hit the spot. If Asian is your persuasion, Japanese restaurant Saké is the place to look. Try their Popcorn Shrimp Tempura or Kingfish Jalapeño, all available for doorstep delivery.
Uber has brought us free ice-cream plus puppies and kittens delivered to our doors. Food delivery seems like the next logical step. So take advantage of the short lived free delivery and maybe order some Love Dem Apples caramel apples to your home or office to beat that 3pm slump.
UberEATS has been going strong in Melbourne since April. Take a look at this video to see how Melbourne restaurants and local eateries have experienced the new food delivery service.
7 days a week, 11am – 10pm
Free delivery (Available for a limited time then a $5 flat fee will apply)