Restaurant delivery service comes to Hull

Takeaways are set to become revolutionised in Hull city centre with the emergence of Deliveroo, a new fine dining delivery service.

Deliveroo is a brand new online and app service in Hull, which works with the city’s best restaurants to deliver their food to a living room, office or anywhere else a customer may be.

A wide variety of restaurants have already signed up in Hull city centre, including 1884 Dock Street Kitchen, Eskimoo Milkshakes, Wok & Go, Kerb Edge, Shoot The Bull, Thieving Harry’s, McCoy’s, NYC Bar & Grill, Handmade Burger Co, Pizza Express, Ask, Prezzo, Kaspa’s Desserts and Burger King, among many more who have also signed up to the Deliveroo network across the city.

The service, which originates in London, was set up in 2013 by investment professional Will Shu as a response to the lack of quality food available while working late in the capital.

With just a few clicks, the customer’s favourite restaurant dish can be at their front door courtesy of Deliveroo’s friendly cycle and scooter network, in an average time of 32 minutes. You simply need to put your postcode into www.deliveroo.co.uk to find out if you are in the zone. 

Deliveroo’s mission statement is to bring you meals from high-quality restaurants with a transparent, speedy delivery service and courteous, friendly drivers for an unparalleled customer service. Their aim is to eliminate the usual go-to takeaway dishes and replace them with high quality cuisine.

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