Uber Launches Food Service For Selected Parts of Kenya

1 June 2018

Digital Content

Uber has launched its food delivery service for select parts of the Kenyan capital Nairobi.

Dubbed Uber Eats, it will allow users in upmarket suburbs of Kileleshwa, Kilimani, Lavington, Westlands and its environs to order food from over 100 restaurants and have it delivered to their doorstep.

"As a customer, you will have the Uber Eats app where you can make your food choices and choose where to have it delivered within a few presses of a few buttons," said Uber Eats Kenya general manager Amal Devani on Tuesday.

Uber Eats will exclusively use motorbike couriers and charge a flat fee of Ksh150 ($1.48) for each delivery that can be paid via cash, mobile money platform M-Pesa or card. Read the full article on The East African here.