Eating in has never been so easy.
Uber Eats has finally launched in Mandurah.
The online food ordering and delivery system started a soft launch of its services across the Peel region last week before their official launch on Thursday, December 13.
An extension of the car ride sharing platform Uber, Uber Eats has been active in Perth for a number of years and its service was extended to the Rockingham area in July, 2018.
Fancy a late night churro? Or perhaps a steak sanga for dinner? Your desires are only a few taps on your smartphone away.
More than a dozen Mandurah’s favourite local restaurants have already jumped on board including San Churro, Hog's Australia's Steakhouse, Yo’Good, Sarba’s Lakelands and Chicken Treat.
Different restaurants are available throughout different suburbs in Mandurah, from 10am-10pm daily.
For a limited time, the delivery fee will be $3.95 before reverting back to its standard fee of $6.95.
Uber Eats WA state manager Luke Mulholland said they were “stoked” to be bringing Uber Eats to Mandurah.
“Locals have been asking us to come here all year, and we're pleased to answer these calls to now offer local restaurants and eaters alike with the option to access online food delivery via Uber Eats.
“We're getting started today with a preview of what's to come, with Uber Eats launching officially in Mandurah next Thursday, December 13.”
Uber Eats are offering $10 off for first time users’ first order using the code UEMANDURAH.
To make an order, visit www.ubereats.com.