Deliveroo launches in Abu Dhabi

The food delivery service expands to Abu Dhabi after completing its first year in Dubai

Deliveroo launches in Abu Dhabi.
Deliveroo launches in Abu Dhabi.

Food delivery service Deliveroo launched its second regional outpost this month, in Abu Dhabi.

Similar to Zomato and Uber Eats, London takeaway concept Deliveroo offers users the ability to pay and track the order’s progress from purchase to delivery, via both web-based and mobile app technology.

It arrived in the region a year ago, launching in Dubai in December 2015.

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The service now covers Al Reem Island, Qasr Al Bahr, Al Nahyan, Al Markaziyah, Al Bateen, Al Mushrif, Al Musallah, Al Karamah, and Al Khubeirah with plans of upcoming expansion, the company said in a statement.

It added that restaurants it is in exclusive partnership currently include Jazz@Pizza Express, Cafe Bateel, Cinnabon, Magnolia Bakery, Hanoi and Taqado. The service is available between 11am and 11:30pm with free delivery for a limited time.

Deliveroo UAE general manager Anis Harb said: “It has been an exciting year for Deliveroo in the UAE culminating in our expansion to the nation’s capital, Abu Dhabi. We pride ourselves on the transparency of our service where you can track your order at any time with an average 32 minute delivery time or less."

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