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Uber Eats becomes London’s first 24/7 food delivery app

by LLB Reporter
30th Aug 18 6:54 am

In response to rising consumer demand for late night food delivery options, from tomorrow Uber Eats will be going 24/7 in the Greater London area.

In partnership with more than 200 restaurants, Uber Eats will be feeding Londoners late night munchies with over 5000 meal options to choose from. All orders will be delivered in an average of 30 minutes or less – even if that happens to be in Hounslow at 4.55am!

From household favourites like McDonald’s to local favourites such as Wok to Walk and VQ, Londoners can now use the Uber Eats app to order food anytime, anywhere. Other restaurants open late at night include Pret a Manger, Subway, Chicken Cottage, German Doner Kebab, Tinseltown, Sam’s Chicken and Maroush.

Uber Eats says it decided to make the app available 24/7 following a 385% increase in orders between 12am-4am over the past few months.

“At Uber Eats we want to offer our customers food delivery whenever it suits them, whether that’s breakfast in bed on a Saturday morning or a late night burger after a night on the town.

“From the classic British late-night-staples such as kebabs or fried chicken, to a decadent grilled steak or a household favourite like McDonald’s, we’re thrilled to be satisfying Londoners’ late night hunger pangs with our new 24/7 service,” said Toussaint Wattinne, UK General Manager, Uber Eats.

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