US-based Uber announced the expansion of its global food delivery app to the Romania’s capital, a press release informs. Starting today at noon, residents of Bucharest will be able to open the Uber Eats app or visit ubereats.com to order meals from a wide selection of the city’s most loved restaurants – freshly prepared and reliably delivered in an average of under 40 minutes.
“We’re hugely excited to be launching Uber Eats in Bucharest today, shortly after we’ve launched our electric mobility service UberGREEN. With this launch, Bucharest joins the hundreds of other cities around the world who’ve embraced Uber Eats as a new way to get great food delivered fast. We’ve revolutionised the way people move, now we’re transforming the way people enjoy food,” said Nicoleta Schroeder, General Manager Uber Romania.
Powered by the same global technology that enables riders to travel seamlessly from A to B, Uber Eats is an on-demand food delivery app that partners with more than 80,000 restaurants in 200 cities around the world to bring millions of people the food they want at the tap of a button.
Uber has partnered with over 100 restaurants in Bucharest, from which locals can order meals from for every taste and occasion, seven days a week, with Uber Eats. Among them, well known City Grill group restaurants (Trattoria Buongiorno, Restaurant Pescăruș, City Grill, Hanu’ lui Manuc and Hanu’ Berarilor), Pizza Bonita, Pep & Pepper, Japanos and El Torito, but also smaller restaurants, like Simbio, Atelierul de Tarte, Burger Van, Finca by Alioli or Fish House, all conveniently available in one place and delivered fast and fresh.
In the beginning, the service will be available from 10:30 am to 10 pm, downtown and in non-central parts of the city such as Dristor, Parcul Tineretului, Tei, Drumul Taberei or Pipera business area, with more neighbourhoods to be added in the coming weeks and months.