UberEATS launches in foodie mecca Cape Town

UberEATS is now in Cape Town, a city brimming with “foodies”.

For R20 per delivery (whatever the size, there is no minimum order) you can get your order delivered to your door.

UberEATS is, for now, only available in the City Bowl, Atlantic Seaboard, Woodstock and Observatory.

The service operates between 10:00am and 10:00pm.

John Maytham interviewed UberEATS Restaurant Operations Manager Dave Kitley.

Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).

We’re partnering with restaurants that are almost gourmet in style.

Dave Kitley, UberEATS

Delivering is at Uber speed.

Dave Kitley, UberEATS

The prices are set by restaurant owners.

Dave Kitley, UberEATS

There are no surprises [in terms of what you’ll pay] and there is no tipping required.

Dave Kitley, UberEATS

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