Who doesn’t like dining in at a fancy restaurant with a peaceful ambiance and aroma delighting every all sense? WE ALL DO! But oh, that waiting! That is a mood spoiler for sure. Restaurants these days are never empty, you will find at least 2-3 persons waiting outside the restaurant before the waiter set them at a table. If you’re heading towards a new and fancy restaurant in town, then the safest option is to reserve a table before-hand. However, all of these efforts pretty much destroys your appetite and you are no longer in a mood of eating out. Well, like it is being said that “the modern problem requires a modern solution,” so here we have a solution coming up called UberEats.
Uber Eats by Uber has introduced an option for diners who love to eat at a fancy restaurant but absolutely loathe waiting for the food. The company has launched a new feature in some of the cities that allow users to pre-order their food within the application so that they don’t have to wait for the food upon their arrival in the destined restaurant. How cool is this?
Uber Eats; Enabling Restaurants to Focus What They are Best In:
So why has Uber even launched this new feature in its journey? Let’s hear it from Uber itself:
“We want to enable restaurants to focus on what they’re best at — making amazing food and providing top-notch service,” an Uber spokesperson wrote in a statement to Eater. This is not all, Uber is making this unique explore better or customers by allowing them to order their food and pay in the application. Moreover, this feature implies no extra charges in delivery, neither involves any driver for the dine-in option.
What is The Hidden Elements of UberEats?
New features in an application always bring troubles in disguise. Considering UberEats new feature we are doubting on its performance and also its purpose.
While it is still quite unclear what the target audience of UberEats new feature is or what exceptional change it will bring for the customers but it still doesn’t deny the fact that it is a unique way of dining.
However, with our doubtful nature and research skills, we have found some elements in the new feature that might not amaze our readers. So here we go:
The diner will be ordering food within the application but they won’t be linked to a driver that will take them to their selected restaurant. The customers have arranged transportation to link to their restaurant.
Another thing, that our reliable sources have noticed that in spite of the fact that UberEats has announced that no extra charges will be imposed through ordering within the application, we have found that some of the restaurants have higher pricing in the application as compared to their menus in restaurants.
Uber’s Dine-In option is now available in some cities, including Austin, Dallas, Phoenix, and San Diego. This all, for now, folks, tune in for more updates on applications that make your life easier.