Food pickup available through online app

soul foodSoul Food cafe and grocer is one of the local Uber Eats participating food providers.

The Peninsula is one the first locations in regional Australia where residents will be able to order food for pick-up through a major online application.

Uber Eats has announced that Woy Woy will be the 21st location served by its mobile app, and one of the first to have pick-up as well as delivery options with the launch of its new phone app.

The organisation’s Regional Australia head Ms Elisa Janiec said the availability of the pickup option would give residents more choice in ordering fast food and drinks. “You can now get your morning coffee prepped and paid for and ready to collect using the same Uber Eats app that you use to order your favourite dinner. ”

Ms Janiec said fast, fresh food and drinks could be delivered to the customer’s door in an average time of less than 30 minutes. Saigon Garden, Spice 29 Goan Indian Restaurant, Soulfood Cafe, Booker Bay Cafe and BMX Burgers were the first Peninsula eateries to be available through the app.

Competitor Menulog has been active on the Peninsula for a number of years.

SOURCE: Media release, 24 Oct 2019 Elisa Janiec, Uber Eats

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