New Food Delivery Service, foodora, Launches in Hong Hong

New Food Delivery Service, foodora, Launches in Hong Hong

New food delivery service foodora launches in Hong Kong, offering customers 30 minute deliveries from higher end takeaway restaurants like Pressed Jucies and Little Bao

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Keshia  Keshia  | almost 3 years ago

Premium restaurant delivery service foodora launches in Hong Kong. First launched in Germany in 2014, foodora is a restaurant delivery startup that connects high-quality restaurants and foodies together. Backed by German Internet platform Rocket Internet, the business has quickly expanded globally, and has recently launched in Hong Kong.

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The premium restaurant delivery service is Hong Kong’s first 30-minute delivery service, and has set itself apart from other more traditional delivery services by only working with high-end and trendy restaurants. With over 100 partner restaurants, including Pressed Juices, Linguini Fini, Little Bao and Le Port Parfume, foodora is bringing a bunch of restaurants to the delivery realm who previously were inaccessible unless you went into the restaurant. Through the website or via the foodora app, enter your location and order from restaurants serving that neighborhood.

Though foodora is currently only delivering to Sheung Wan and Central, the business has plans to expand their delivery area to TST, Wan Chai, and Causeway Bay with an increased list of 400 restaurant partnerships by the end of 2015. Behind the scenes, the startup’s proprietary logistics system determines the optimal route between restaurants and customers to ensure that your delivery arrives as quickly as possible.
As an additional perk, Foodora is offering a discount for new customers—use the code HELLOHONGKONG for $50 off your first order.

We have used the website once already to much success. Far faster and with more varied options that other food delivery platforms we have tried before. Top marks so early on! 

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Keshia | Hong Kong

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