They'll eat your food for you and help you lose weight
No but seriously though, I've never used it, but from a quick Google search (and based on yingbo comparing it to GrubHub), it seems like it's just a food delivery service- you buy food and pay an additional fee to Uber to pick it up and deliver it to you. Looks like you can actually see what's available in your area here: https://www.ubereats.com/stores/
This one straight up says "UBER TEST ACCOUNT" in the name, so I think that says pretty much everything: https://www.ubereats.com/us-es/store/uber-test-account-darryns-deli-taxtech-1131-nyc-ny-%232/AlQJi6zkQZiqIPCZsfFpBw
He's probably relying on his local city council delivery service for elders and disabled. They usually deliver hospital grade meals once a day on most days for a very low price but some places try source some of their food locally. Some cities also deliver groceries.
Both Deliveroo and UberEats seem to cover Nantes :
That being said, that's not the same thing at all. These companies operate a business while the cities offer a service for the well-being of people who need the most. When my mother required such a service, she was adamant about it because she simply wouldn't have cooked otherwise and needed the social contact social workers provide during the delivery.
Now, at 93, I think your grandfather in fact needs a little care as well as opportunities to socialise (especially if part of his relatives live away like you do). My grand-mother is about the same age and lives in what I would describe as a light care hospital. She rents a small room, wears a strap that calls an on-duty medic if she falls and is located in the city center of a small town. I may or may not sound like hell but in fact, when she moved there she said she should have moved a decade earlier. She stopped worrying so much about herself, started having activities at local libraries, borrowing books and enjoying her life much more than ever before. You should have that discussion with him and I'll add that he should be accompanied through the shift it requires him to sign up on that fully.
This place charges £9 for a bag of Cheetos
Fly picture still there. https://www.ubereats.com/honolulu/food-delivery/kalapawai-market/sHO-dPFkTxaHbrs3P7GxYQ/
Sadly, the jokes on me. I eat there a lot. Except on Sundays after the Sunday Morning Coffee Jam when we eat at the Kapolei location.
In Polish it's „tost francuski”.
'ravishing rava' + 'parramatta' into a search, found it:
$ • Indian • Vegetarian friendly
326/336 Great Western Hwy, Wentworthville Shopping Plaza, 17, Wentworthville, NSW 2145
and for those brave enough to order some cum flavored soup, go for it, here is the ubereats link to it:
edit: apparently it is a franchise, come on boys, lets open up some more cum eateries!
edit 2: jokes aside, the restaurant appears to have good reviews, so I guess if you in the area (near one of their 5 locations) and into indian food, give it some patronage
Couple places I found on the Googles.
With Uber Eats you order from ScotiaBank Theatre! (Overpriced Popcorn, Overpriced Soft Drinks and overpriced hotdogs)
In the last month or so I’ve had the pleasure of eating fish and chips from three different places. Ranked, they are:
1 - The best but priciest
2 - The ‘local’
3 - The poor pub attempt
The first one, priciest due to needing zoo entry as well as its inside Chester Zoo, but in my 30 years of living I’ve not had better fish and chips.
The second one, ‘local’ as it’s not my local but my in laws. Was cheap as chips but very very tasty. They also sell amazing cakes.
The third one, limited menu due to the thing, went there yesterday so only paid £4.50 for a full big meal but the fish was just bland.
They all had full big classic cut chunky chips. Not fries.
shit me chickens https://www.ubereats.com/en-AU/melbourne/food-delivery/meijing-chinese-restaurant/9ULNZSc2S9uQ57K_UlQ3Og/
Yeah but the prices are upmarketed.
I dunno if this'll work if you're not in the area, but this is the prices of alcohol ordered from Asda through Uber;
It's really not cheap.
Hmm just noticed Shop Greek don’t list their vegan souv on Deliveroo but it’s there on Uber Eats: Vegan Souvlaki
El Taco Loco in Ballard.
You can apply promos on the web, but yeah, you do have to apply them at https://www.ubereats.com/feed?mod=promos ("Promotions" in the sidebar), either by selecting one of the ones that shows up or by entering a promo code.
They don't have prices on their site but their Uber Eats Menu does.
Overall they don't seem very pricey either for how nice the shop looks.
I just saw that El Disbaret in Gracia has calçots on uber eats. I had a good calçotada there a few years ago, so might give it a try.
Iirc, The Ganadara bar now serves full meals, and I know they have a chicken Katsu, so maybe they have the cheese katsu (It was also one of my favourites)
As usual, they have no website, but here's the ubereats menu https://www.ubereats.com/ca/montreal/food-delivery/bar-ganadara/GGvcx028Sn6zJiyPeOn-Ag
While not pie, you can get cookies or cupcakes, maybe even an ice cream sandwich delivered from Sweet Flour
They also can typically do delivery outside of uber eats www.sweetflour.ca
top chicken doesn't sell butter chicken. but their Korean food is fucking amazing regardless. some of the best in Waterloo.
Where in LA? Nowhere close to that in SD. Everything I can find online says you're way off.
En googlant « Liège livraison épicerie » j'ai un résultat ubereats (perso je ne suis pas fan vu comme ils exploitent leurs livreurs, mais il doit y avoir moyen de contacter les commerces directement après une petite recherche), ou alors l'épicerie Al limone qui m'a mis l'eau à la bouche.
J'espère que ça peut aider et qu'il n'est pas trop tard.
Fried A Chicken, not sure if it's a chain. I don't see a website, but they seem to be on uber. Not even sure it qualifies as TFC, I am not really an expert :)
Can't go wrong with pho! I also have ordered nice soup from here too:
It's a bit late for other places such as Burgoo, Anita's and Liquids & Solids (gross name, good food) sadly... but if you're on a soup binge check em out over the next few days.
Minimum wage in CA is $14
McDonald's Hamburger $1.59
it’s only slightly cheaper going to the actual McDonald’s.
it’s only slightly cheaper going to the actual McDonald’s
It’s a little pricey Valter’s
https://5ivespicebk.com/ is pretty solid.
Chuan Tian Xia could be a good choice https://www.ubereats.com/store/chuan-tian-xia-%E5%B7%9D%E5%A4%A9%E4%B8%8B/rycyjrdVQq2uGO2bjQ7yJw?diningMode=DELIVERY
Apparently you don't need a membership.
It is currently only available for the Kawasaki store, but the product selection is pretty great and there is no minimum purchase.
Choi Hung on ubereats is really accommodating and have a decent vegetarian section - I asked them for something off menu - fried tofu in ginger and spring onion sauce, and they were really happy to do it. I bet if your lady brought in some quorn pieces, they would batter and fry them for you, along with the rest of your meal. As a youngun I worked in a fish and chip shop and we would happily batter and deep-fry meat substitutes for veggies (along with frozen pizzas, and mars bars) It's definitely worth asking!
Popeyes is good yeah, but there is this place in Lonsdale Quay in North Van. The Fried Chicken Works. Its literally the best chicken I've ever eaten in my life.
their kangaroo burger was pretty good.
it has veggo options as well!
If you are adventurous. I definitely recommend Neko Neko ramen... no meat BUT it's still so good.
$7.50 in Richmond. And our minimum wage scales depending on your age.
These guys close to Merode offer capsalon, but I can't say anything about the quality, I haven't tried it.
I've been eating buns from 7 Baker at 3 Wellesley St. W, Toronto, ON M4Y 1E8. I'm pretty happy with the freshness & taste but... the price is much higher than typical Chinese bakeries.
Shawarma King (395 Bank St) makes lots of great poutines, I suppose you can ask them to hold the gravy? They can use either diced potatoes or French fries.
The have an online-only store called "À la Française ", which shows all their poutines: https://www.ubereats.com/ca/ottawa/food-delivery/a-la-francaise/pYPIrDVTSgayaZMeU3klOQ
My favorite burger joint: Burger Mania
Are you sure that's right? Managed to find this language today and it sounds like that's not the case:
>After adding your eligible card and enrolling, you'll receive the Amex offer as long as your card remains eligible and is an active payment method on your Uber account. If your eligible card is added to multiple Uber accounts, the account that you added the card to first will receive the offer.
>You can modify which user receives the Eats Pass offer as long as a user has not already enrolled in the offer with the eligible American Express Card.
It sounds like I screwed myself by enrolling on the wrong account and that the right way to handle this is to instead remove the card from the account that doesn't have the Eats Pass and hope that next month the $10 credit appears on the account that does.
In these modern times, you gotta ask that question?
That's not true in the rest of the world.
The cheap example is Russia, Potatoes, flower and eggs are subsidized. Chips are not. They are expanding the program slowly because of the EU sanctions to encourage domestic agriculture.
The egregiously expensive example is Switzerland, where you pay 6 to 7$ for a Big Mac, but only 2$ for a (unsubsidized) locally produced cauliflower or 2kg of carrots or 1kg of organic potatoes or 5$ for two chicken breasts. Prices are almost "fixed" across the country. Sourkraut is around 3$/kg.
Just yesterday we went to two discounters and they had many unprocessed groceries marked down by 50% because they have to throw it into the dumpster. But if one gets ideas about healthy food from Californians living in another climate zone and wants to buy imported fruits in freezing December, well then, yes, junk food is cheaper.
The Original Pancake House off McKnight Rd has some larger than typical pancakes. Both the 49’er Flap Jacks and the Swedish pancakes (what I order because I like thin pancakes) are the size of the plate.
And it’s on Uber EatsUber Eats so it could be delivered depending on her location.
Order with Uber Eats https://www.ubereats.com/lk/colombo/food-delivery/park-cafe/on7yXXKrRrWRVqIaTqbMIQ?pl=JTdCJTIyYWRkcmVzcyUyMiUzQSUyMjMzMCUyMExlc2xleSUyMFJhbmFnYWxhJTIwTWF3YXRoYSUyMiUyQyUyMnJlZmVyZW5jZSUyMiUzQSUyMkVqVXpNekFnVEdWemJHVjVJRkpoYm1GbllXeGhJRTFoZDJGMGFHRXNJRU52Ykc5dFltOGdNREE0TURBc0lGTnlhU0JNWVc1cllTSXhFaThLRkFvU0NiX1FSYm1ZV2VJNkVkMVFGY1JsVGdhT0VNb0NLaFFLRWdsWFpCOC1uMW5pT2hFODVjaG52cDZmMlElMjIlMkMlMjJyZWZlcmVuY2VUeXBlJTIyJTNBJTIyZ29vZ2xlX3BsYWNlcyUyMiUyQyUyMmxhdGl0dWRlJTIyJTNBNi45MTkwMjczJTJDJTIybG9uZ2l0dWRlJTIyJTNBNzkuODgxMDExMDAwMDAwMDIlN0Q%3D
Try Xin Restaurant in Golden square near burnhamthrope and central pkwy, you can order from Uber eats via https://www.ubereats.com/ca/toronto/food-delivery/xin-restaurant-%E9%BC%8E%E9%BC%8E%E9%A6%99/5Bu8Wzp7TbS1jfMoX1eQHg
The name is a bit different, it's called Sauteed Sliced Cooked Pork (P7), or mu xu rou in Chinese pronunciation. I also like their Chinese Crepe (A2), they have a piece of pancake crisp inside and taste wonderful, there are spicy edition and mild edition, I almost order that every time I went there. Good luck!!
The former CEO of Uber is one notable investor in a new venture to bring restaurant delivery to a wider geographic area https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_kitchen
You'll notice that the address for Homeroom is the same as this place which offers a huge variety of food from different restaurants, none with actual dining rooms nearby
Royal Takeaway (Royal Heights, Massey) has a very yummy
Maybe if you order at peak hours and they actually serve you warm food. But even then why bother, there are way better Korean options at that time.
Nak Won has authentic Korean food, not Japanese bento boxes, Orange Chicken and Sushi??
今夕，地元で始めて Uber Eats のバッグを背負ったライダーを見る．
と驚いて Uber Eats のサイトを見てみたものの，大雑把な location 表示では対象に入っていない．
Cactus Tosado has taco kit and nacho kit that are the same as they serve in restaurant, and you can UberEats it too
You can order Good Hombres' taco kits from Uber Eats, Doordash etc...
https://www.ubereats.com/lk/colombo/food-delivery/the-fab-colombo-05/Z8a1WVL8So6huLTjzc_Zwg/0f40f428-e2cf-5b31-80bc-b9cad189f4d0/de83a78b-9304-5c48-8a51-eef426633c10/4dc1185b-86f3-52a8-a0b7-be43bce6e912 this cake and bought her a nintendo switch animal crossing edition xd
You could try The Donutery. They deliver via Uber Eats. Limited delivery range, so you'll have to confirm if they'll deliver to your niece's house.
you can order ice cream from Uber Eats or GrubHub
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Jason's Deli for $0.99/1.5 pint soft serve, German Gourmet for less sweet, lil' city creamery for delaware milk, Hershey food truck for toppings. I just had Rita's in Vienna and it was $7.50+ a vanilla scoop with cone and 1 topping including my $1 tip and oddly warm. https://www.ubereats.com/washington-dc/food-delivery/ritas-italian-ice-116-church-st-nw/gSDkRwYsTaixUWtlw9SirA
Hi! The family that runs the kimchi stall in the farmer's market runs Cupbap (restaurant) downtown. It looks like kimchi shows up for them on ubereats (https://www.ubereats.com/ca/edmonton/food-delivery/cupbap/XTYEN4JhRTiXKleBX4Lm6A) but if you live downtown maybe you could call for pickup?
Worth looking into more if you really want the kimchi :)
Ah yes, nonvegan food is always good food
Vegan meals are never a complete meal!
I am from Denver too!
This is a chain, obviously, but:
They have it on the menu. Lame example, I know.
Man - Denver has really changed since I lived there. I was there last summer to visit a friend and was really loved the lifestyle.
I contacted Max Brenner Australia and they said they do have babka. It's right there on ubereats!
They also said they are launching more desserts for winter, implying some of them might Jewish/Jewish inspired.
I know what I'll be having for dessert tonight!
Thanks for hunting this down for me. I really appreciate it.
Edit: They have confirmed the new dessert will be rugelach!
There are a bunch of local liquor stores on Uber Eats. Use your own Uber/Uber Eats account to order from one of those places and change the delivery address to that of your mother.
OP mentioned above it's in Las Vegas. Search finds this.
Apparently it's happened in a few cities.
A bit of a weird request - I've been trying to look for this place from Uber Eats as I had the most delicious breakfast burger but I'm unavailable to find this in the Gungahlin Marketplace as the address suggests. Google gives me no results. Does anyone know how to find this place because it doesn't look like it's Grease Monkeys or Oscys.
I was boycotting them before it was cool. Mainly because I’m not paying fucking $19 for chips and a steak sandwich with ketchup tastefully put in a ramekin (why the fuck is ketchup even on that fucking plate? For the chips? For the steak? What the fuck?!) or $55 for a New York Strip.
I could buy 5-6 New York strips for that much fucking money... make them even more fucking delicious than I could ever get at Ruth’s Chris.
The SBA loan scam is a national embarrassment.
I understand it's not real, but even in an exercise it's good to understand and flesh out a problem before solving it. For example, check out Uber Eats or Wolt to see what problems they are tackling and how. Product descriptions / portion sizes / delivery options / allergens etc. can be very streamlined in food delivery and ordering apps, it's not just a text field but a whole UI.
That said, I don't know what exactly you were trying to solve in this exercise, so take this with a grain of salt :)
I don't know who needs to hear this, but Roots is apparently now offering individual topping and dressing delivery... so you can hypothetically bulk buy and recreate your own Roots bowls with little contact required. Been avoiding restaurants entirely so I am pretty hype about this.
on uber eats https://www.ubereats.com/ca-fr/vancouver/food-delivery/salmon-n-bannock-bistro/uvmG7C-WQ1S3qece5HPuYA
I'm not sure, I had to stay in the car since it was one person per group and someone else went in to snag them. $45 minimum at $3.75 * 12 for the best donuts on earth.
So thanks to a fellow redditor in Austin (thanks u/Naga912 !), I found out it is an Austin specific food. If you have some time take a look at Momora Austin Food. It doesnt look like they use bread crumbs like Arancini, I'm curious how they get the ball to stick together while frying.
> Uber Eats pricing has 2two parts. A one-time activation fee sets restaurants up with a welcome kit, tablet, restaurant software, and professional photo shoot. A service fee is calculated as a percentage of each restaurant order made through Uber Eats.
From how they say it and most other sites talking about their new charges and costs it sounds like along with charging customers the restaurant also has a charge but instead of 30% like it used to be it's only 15% from what other sites have posted about it online. Since they don't post any information online it's hard to tell. But if there was no cost to restaurants why wouldn't they be promoting that on their site?
All I know is when I was looking into several of the delivery services in Seattle at the start of last year most wanted a cut from the restaurant and charge to the customer.
The most popular apps/sites in Canada for food delivery are Skip the Dishes , and Uber Eats . There are others, but they’re not used everywhere (Door Dash, Foodora, Food Booking, etc). If he has a favourite restaurant that you know of, some of the chain places have their own apps/delivery websites. But if you don’t have a specific place in mind, I’d go with Uber Eats, or Skip
I would go with a box of macarons from Patisse in River Oaks. Delicious and naturally gluten free, just have them picked up and delivered by Uber Eats. A bottle of champagne from Spec's wouldn't be a bad thing, either.
I am sure it's still one of the best in the area. god damn.
I have lived in San Francisco for 13 years now, and I miss real pizza. in case you were wondering, this is what passes as pizza to the yuppie scum out here:
I actually didn't read it carefully (my high mind) when I ordered and thought it would be linguine.
Here's the actual menu item from Uber Eats if you're curious, lol
Btw, one similar time like this, I asked for extra Alfredo in the "Special Instructions". Though I like cheesy and creamy dishes, it was just tooooooo much. I was lost in the sauce.
Exact description, lol
It was quite good. Very heavy and creamy
Sounds like a type of dessert pizza.
Seriously, if you can eat pies with sweet fillings for dessert, what's wrong with some dessert style toppings on a baked piece of dough?
Edit: can't find a better source, but I read that pizza used to be sweet. Here's a quick google search :
This problem has already been solved. Here are 3 options:
Not sure about yer specific one... but scrolling down I see individual items then can add cheese on one of them?
Example: click mama burger, click add cheese
> Uber wasn’t there when I was there last year.
You sure you didn't see those bright green backpacks everywhere? You must have your eyes on the back of your head. Or you might have come before November.
> Can’t find anything online saying uber eats is there.
These guys seem to have it
If you can still use your friends credit card, maybe see which apps offer delivery. Looks like Postmates does, https://postmates.com/delivery/mexico-city as does Uber Eats:
> how can you know the next order you place with a different brand isn't coming out of the very same kitchen?
That one's easy; at least with this particular example it's the first thing on the page.
Usually sushi restaurants are owned by Chinese and will have Chinese food on menu.
Anyway, according to the ubereats site these restaurants have a Chinese menu
If you ignore the wok2walk, you’re left with this restaurant.
Also, I think (I’m not sure) that Glovo does pickup at whatever restaurant you want, so you can get pickup from favorite restaurant .
https://www.ubereats.com/ or use the app on your phone click on the profile symbol on the bottom right click on promotions (Under help) Enter in any promotion code (mine is : eats-gregoryy515ue)(just gregoryy515ue for uber rides) and click apply Enjoy your discount! also works with uber rides
Just to confirm, are you sure this is the place? Looking at their uber eats menu:
and even photos on facebook, they don't seem like the place to have cheesesteak fries. It isn't an option on the uber eats menu.
Pretend you're a customer. For my market there's a website where I can enter an address and it will tell me what is considered near enough to me that I can order. Pick some addresses around your town to get an idea of where there are more restaurants. I'm in Houston so I use: https://www.ubereats.com/houston/ if it's in your city then just change the "Houston" to whatever city you're in and search away.
Uber definitely does much more than just Mcdonalds. It might be because I'm within city limits, but I'm getting 25+ available food places using this site.
There's a few services that can pickup food from most restauraunts near you and deliver them. It's more expensive because you need to pay the driver but if you're too lazy/sick to go out and you REALLY want that plate of dinner, they can get it for you. I live in the Bay Area, but I have friends that use similar services on the East Coast