There are days when you don't fancy cooking or when you can't even think about what you want to eat. If you're an average person, that might be every single day of the week. Home deliveries and takeaways changed the world forever, as well as helping to increase the world's obesity problem. But it's so comfortable and delicious. And although many restaurants have already implemented their own delivery service, some still don't have this possibility. No problem, that's when Deliveroo: Restaurant Delivery can save the day.
Deliveroo takes your favorite dishes from the best restaurants in your area to your doorstep.
How does it work?
To start off, you'll have to grant geolocation permissions to the app or simply choose a location yourself. Then the app will show you all the restaurants available in that area. Just choose what you want to eat and the guys at Deliveroo will go to the restaurant, pick the food up, and take it to wherever you want in less than half an hour, thanks to their bike and that huge green square box. You can even schedule a delivery team. You can pay by credit card, Apple Pay or PayPal, but you'll surely be able to find a few discounts on the Internet to reduce the price.
Not all restaurants are available, especially if they've got their own delivery service. If you don't know what to choose, there's a really complete list of food sorted by category:
- Healthy and delicious.
- Local recommendations.
- To share.
- Any many more options.
In less than 32 minutes you can receive the dishes wherever you want.
The prices of the menu are exactly the same as in the restaurant, to which you have to add the delivery expenses and a tip for the guy if you want.
And if you're looking for a job and you love pedaling away on your bike, you can become a Deliveroo deliveryman. For the time being, the service is still growing so there are some places where they aren't operating yet. At the moment you can use it one hundred cities of twelve different countries including Germany, Australia, Belgium, Spain, France, Hong Kong, Italy, Ireland, Netherlands, UK, Singapore, and UAE.