Trivandrum: Uber Eats, the on-demand food delivery app, has announced its expansion in Kerala and will go live in two new cities – Thiruvananthapuram and Thrissur from July 26. With these launches, the service will be available in 23 cities across the country.
With over 150+ restaurant partners onboard, Uber Eats will go live across key neighbourhoods in both the cities. In Thiruvananthapuram, the service will be present in areas such as Vazhuthacaud, Thampanoor, Pattom and Ulloor. In Thrissur, Uber Eats will launch its service in Pookunnam, Thrissur Round and Kuriachira to begin with.
Uber Eats will now deliver freshly prepared food from popular and loved restaurants such as Paragon, Rajdhani, Supreme Bakers, Azad, Pankayam and MRA Restaurant in Thiruvananthapuram and Csons, India Gate, Ming Palace, Aayush, Ali Baba and 41 dishes in Thrissur.
Briefing the media, Vartika Bansal, GM, Uber Eats Kerala said, “Uber Eats’ first city in Kerala – Kochi received a great response from both restaurant partners and consumers. We are thrilled by this response and see huge potential in Kerala. With the Kochi growth story, we are confident that in Thiruvananthapuram and Thrissur too, Uber Eats will help stimulate local businesses by increasing their access to a wider consumer base. We would like to encourage more and more restaurant partners to come onto the platform and be a part of the food tech revolution in Kerala.”
Uber Eats has its own network of delivery partners and which thus helps local restaurants reach new consumers and deliver their food fast, efficiently and reliably. Offering a reliable delivery option, Uber Eats helps restaurants to expand their capacity and reach to be able to service a whole new network of potential consumers.
Uber Eats offers its delivery partners a flexible and reliable income opportunity on a schedule that works for them. Delivery partners work when they want, and deliver food on a bike. Uber Eats will be charging Rs.10/- as a delivery fee in both these cities.
Kerala Biz News