Food delivery applications have revolutionised the way we order food. With just a click of a button, we can now order anything from the comfort of our homes or offices without the need to visit the restaurant physically. Be it an exquisite dish from your favourite restaurant or fast-food items such as burgers and pizzas - we get to satisfy all our cravings for different cuisines. But what about those who stay away from home and miss home-cooked food? Zomato is planning to fulfil this desire too. Recently, the food delivery platform announced that it has launched a service called 'Zomato Everyday'.
Under this service, food partners will collaborate with home-chefs and deliver fresh home-style meals. Zomato's CEO Deepinder Goyal took to Twitter to introduce this service. He tweeted, "Introducing Zomato Everyday - experience the comfort of affordable homely meals delivered to your doorsteps. With menus designed by real home chefs, we hope this reminds you a little of your home." Take a look:
Introducing Zomato Everyday - experience the comfort of affordable homely meals delivered to your doorsteps.
With menus designed by real home chefs, we hope this reminds you a little of your home. ❤️
Read more here: https://t.co/y3FzSFBETE#ZomatoEveryday— Deepinder Goyal (@deepigoyal) February 22, 2023
Attached with his tweet was a press release, in which the food aggregator laid out the features of the new service. "Our food partners collaborate with the home-chefs, who design each recipe with love and care to serve you home-styled, wholesome food at the best prices within minutes," he added. Goyal further informed that only the finest ingredients will be used to cook the dish, so that it tastes delicious. The dish will also be of the highest quality.
"With fresh meals starting at only 89, our customers can eat healthier and better daily. So why wait?" he said. Twitter users shared their reactions to the announcement of the new service introduced by Zomato. Take a look:
One person wrote, "Love the idea of merging the dabba with a flash-style ordering system! Hoping it expands to more cities."
Love the idea of merging the dabba with a flash-style ordering system! Hoping it expands to more cities.— Aamir Siddiqui (@aamirsidd94) February 22, 2023
"Thank you for this and also rest stops. But consider us, the outskirts people who order from far away restaurants more as you've that 10km logic which took away that privilege. Please think about that," read another comment.
Thank you for this and also rest stops. But consider us the out skirts people who order from far away restaurants more as you've that 10km logic which took away that privilege. Please think about that. 🤷— Sandeep_M (@sandeep9925) February 22, 2023
A third person wrote, "Great! When will it start in Mumbai?"
Great! When will it start in Mumbai?— surya (@surya_txt) February 22, 2023
"Will there be a separate domain and functionality for ordering from this particular one?" enquired another user.
What do you think of Zomato's latest delivery service? Do let us know in the comments section below.
About Vaishali KapilaVaishali finds comfort in eating parathas and rajma chawal but is equally enthusiastic about exploring different cuisines. When she's not eating or baking, you can often find her curled up on the couch watching her favourite TV show - FRIENDS.