Really want to go out to eat but
a) don’t have the energy
b) no babysitter
c) would have to get changed from your joggers and hoodie (depending on restaurant of choice….)
d) can’t drag yourself away from the last series of Game of Thrones so eating on sofa is the only option….
If any of those apply then click on Deliveroo and let the food come to you… Oh yes sofa surfers, this is probably the best thing that has happened all year (for you!).
Your favourite local restaurants – think Bodega, Smoke Stack, WannaBurger, The Basement – can now come to you! As indeed they did to us on Mrs M’s birthday – what?!? A takeaway on your birthday?! Yep, we dialled, we clicked, we ordered, it arrived. A bag full of goodies from Pomegranate, a Lebanese restaurant in the East End of Edinburgh arrived via a lovely smiley courier bang on the time we asked it to arrive. You can’t get better than that.
We must add at this point that we did go out “PROPER OUT” for Mrs M’s birthday….we dined at Timberyard and thoroughly enjoyed the best tasting menu in the city (in our opinion), that place just gets better and better but, when TV and joggies are the order of the day there’s no need to dress up for dinner anymore. Deliveroo is for you. Get clicking.
Caroline Hazlehurst, Regional Manager for Scotland & North East England said:
“We’re really excited about bringing Deliveroo to Edinburgh and Glasgow. The food scene in Scotland is enviable and the restaurant scene thriving, yet up until now food delivery services haven’t catered for those who want to enjoy premium restaurant food at home or at their desk. We’re working with a superb and eclectic selection of Scottish restaurants so it’s time to treat food-lovers in Scotland to the flexibility and level of service that Deliveroo is known for.”
Founded in 2013, Deliveroo has already seen impressive growth in the UK. Over the last two years, it has accelerated to serve a customer base of over 100,000, deploying a team of over 800 drivers who deliver from over 1,500 restaurants. They have ambitious plans to expand the business to other Scottish cities in the next 12 months. Deliveroo currently operates in London, Birmingham, Brighton, Oxford, Cambridge, Reading, Bristol, Leeds, Nottingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Berlin, Dublin and Paris with further plans for rapid growth. The two-year-old company has created a regional hub in Edinburgh that manages operations for Scotland and the north east of England.
For more information, please visit www.deliveroo.co.uk.