Two years ago, Uber started delivering fresh California cuisine as part of an experiment it called, UberFRESH. Thanks to the support of talented local chefs and restaurant partners across the state – not to mention serious food love from fellow Californians, that experiment has grown into a whole new offering from Uber, UberEATS.
Uber has now extended its food delivery service throughout California. UberEATS is now available in the East Bay, throughout Los Angeles, and San Diego. With menus from hundreds of local hot spots like Zachary’s Pizza, Kreation Organic, and Green Acre available for delivery all day
In addition, The Telegraph reports that Uber has launched its food delivery service in London.
UberEats will sell food from 150 restaurants that do not typically deliver in central London via a network of bicycle and moped couriers.
The service will use a new iPhone and Android app, but connect to the same credit card account as the Uber car service does. Users will then be able to browse the menus of local restaurants, and order food to their location, determined by GPS.