UberEats isn’t a new concept from Uber; it was first launched in Toronto back in December of 2015.
Singapore is the first Asian city to get the service. And rightfully so, since food is life to us. Just like how you would order a ride with a tap using the Uber app, you can order a meal with the UberEats app from over 100 partner restaurants like Burnt Ends, FOC, and Pluck. More options, including hawkers, will be available in the future.
Don’t worry about your food turning into soggy mush by the time it reaches you. The food available within the app have been curated by the respective chefs of the restaurants to make sure they travel well.
Besides, Uber says the food will spend 6 to 7 minutes in transit on average. The rest of the waiting time goes to order acceptance and preparation. As such, what you’ll be able to order is limited by proximity, which the app will reveal to you once you key your location in.
The service will only be available to the central area initially like the CBD, Orchard, River Valley, and Tanjong Pagar, perfect for when you feel too lazy to leave the office at lunchtime. You can order seven days a week, from 11am to 10pm. There’s no minimum order and the usual delivery fee of S$3 has been waived for now.
Intrigued? You can download the app and tap in this code UBEREATSSG for S$15 off your first order. Hurry, the code expires 30 June.
Disclaimer: We're not accepting responsibility for any weight you might gain from the enjoyment of this app.