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UberEats now delivers breakfast, lunch, and dinner

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UberEats now delivers breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Uber takes on food delivery services by extending UberEats hours in Toronto

"UberEats now includes over 100 restaurants and delivers to approximately a 15km radius outside Toronto’s downtown core. In addition, now that the service is available between 8:00am and midnight, seven days a week, Uber notes UberEats delivers breakfast, lunch, and dinner."

Does anyone use UberEats? What is your favourite item to order?
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what's the point of this? most places offer delivery service
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I can just imagine how yummy bacon, eggs and toast would taste after sitting on the floor of a car for 10 minutes.
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divx wrote:
Feb 17th, 2016 1:35 am
what's the point of this? most places offer delivery service
so you can run a unlicensed/unregulated take out restaurant from your residential kitchen.
therefore bringing cost down to an absolute minimum. everyone profits!
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I wonder if the driver gets to sample your order during delivery run
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UrbanPoet wrote:
Feb 17th, 2016 12:54 pm
so you can run a unlicensed/unregulated take out restaurant from your residential kitchen.
therefore bringing cost down to an absolute minimum. everyone profits!
this doesn't sound very hot
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UrbanPoet wrote:
Feb 17th, 2016 12:54 pm
so you can run a unlicensed/unregulated take out restaurant from your residential kitchen.
therefore bringing cost down to an absolute minimum. everyone profits!
That's what restaurants say about food trucks
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divx wrote:
Feb 17th, 2016 1:35 am
what's the point of this? most places offer delivery service
No, most places do not offer delivery service. The thing thats good about UberEats is that their list of restaurants is fairly well curated. They have a lot of restaurants that do not offer delivery normally, and a wide variety of places. Its not just all pizza and chinese food. Plus, its super easy to use. i've ordered a few times but more often I'm on the other side of the app. I work in a restaurant that has an uber eats tablet so i can take your orders and send them out.

And not all restaurants can get in. I know a few other restaurants that have tried to get in on the program and have been denied.
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It is very popular in NYC. It's not necesarily cheaper, but it's convenient and good quality (usually). Good for office workers that are busy through lunch.
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Cas77 wrote:
Feb 17th, 2016 12:46 pm
I can just imagine how yummy bacon, eggs and toast would taste after sitting on the floor of a car for 10 minutes.
10 minutes is charitable. Try 1 hour.
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I remember I ordered a funnel cake from Ubereats when delivery was free, boy that was a mistake. Have you ever tried 45 minute old funnel cake? Not so hot at all.
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My $20 meal was free when I ordered from them over a month ago!
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