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UberEATS app

Imagine this.

It’s Friday night, you are home from work and don’t feel like cooking. You also don’t feel like driving all the way across town to pick up your favourite takeaway. So, what’s the solution? The UberEATS app of course!

The UberEATS App allows you to order your favourite dishes online from over 100 participating eateries, which are then delivered straight to your door. Think bagels, bao, gourmet burgers, salads, gelato, sushi, fried chicken, curry… even a warming bowl of noodle soup.

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I love the UberEATS app for its simplicity and ease of ordering food – simply download the UberEATS app on your phone (for both iOS and Android), login with your same Uber account details, put in your address, and a list of eateries within your delivery zone will show up. Delivery is available between 8am to 10pm, meaning you can order your day’s breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert. Some of my preferred eateries are not within walking distance to where I live and work, so it is super handy having the UberEATS app on my phone.

One of my favourite eateries in Auckland is &Sushi, an eatery serving modern style and creative sushi, plus a range of Japanese and Korean dishes as well. They have branches in Newmarket and City Works Depot. Working in Auckland CBD, I am not able to make it to either of their stores at lunch time. But, thanks to the UberEATS app, I can enjoy &Sushi for lunch at work and at home. I recently ordered a range of their beautiful sushi and two meals – Sashimi Bibimbap and Bulgogi Beef Soba Noodle Salad.

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I simply put my order through for &Sushi on the UberEATS app and waited. I was then showed the status of my order – whether the meal was being prepared, whether the Uber driver has picked it up or it has been delivered to my address.

A few minutes after ordering, &Sushi telephoned me and advised that they had run out of rice paper rolls (as requested in my sushi order) and that they had no chicken sushi left. The girl said she would try her best with the sushi options. I appreciated her call and thought it very considerate.

The meals from &Sushi arrived promptly. The food was fresh, well presented and delicious – it was just like we were eating at the restaurant.

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There is so much to like about the UberEATS app – it is simple and easy to use, reliable and fun – it is definitely my number one app!


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