The innovative mini cab service has been the victim of some bad press recently as the legality of their fare systems come under question, which is what caused the London black cabs to go on strike right in the middle of London. However, on a positive on note it looks like the service us Londoner’s hold so closely to our hearts have gone one step further, now they deliver food.
The service “UberEats” launched this week in New York and promises that it will be expanding, soon.
Working within the app, you could see a £5 lunch and a dinner, from selected restaurants working cooperatively with Uber being brought to your doorstep within 5-10 minutes, for a delivery charge of £2.60… Do not be surprised if the follow up post is an article about striking kebab shops.
Check out some of the meals below:
Words: Vidal Holness