Sometimes, you want to eat but have neither the time nor the inclination to move from your current location.
And even more significantly, sometimes you want to eat but don’t have much in the way of options over what to order, beyond junk food.
Enter Uber Eats – Uber’s food delivery platform that focuses on getting you the food you crave from local restaurants, in a manner as easy as requesting a ride.
It’s been a long time coming, but is now available in certain areas of Nairobi, namely Kilimani, Westlands, Kileleshwa and Lavington. The aim is to expand to other parts of the city in due course.
Uber recently held a launch event for the new service which is currently offering new users free delivery from their choice of restaurant.
Images: Courtesy Uber Eats
The launch was a chance to mingle with members of the team, and certified ‘foodies’ as the service takes root.
It was also a chance to eat. That’s an invitation I can never refuse.
Using the app is extraordinarily straightforward. Download Uber Eats which will automatically link with your Uber account. From there you proceed to set your delivery destination (which can be changed as and when you need to.) Uber Eats will then use that location to show you the list of available restaurants that it has partnered with – these restaurants will continue increasing as the service itself expands.
You can conveniently pay for your food deliveries through cash, or mobile money.
Visit Uber Eats for more information
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