Best Food Delivery Service
UberEats Instant Delivery
The worst part about food delivery is the wait. By the time that greasy pad Thai finally, finally arrives, you’re so hungry you’d eat the cat. So bless Uber for instant gratification. Last summer, the rideshare app launched an “instant” food delivery service that promises your meal will arrive in 10 minutes or less. Drivers are so speedy because they carry a limited number of dishes with them in the car. (Don’t worry, they regularly restock so stuff isn’t sitting around forever.) The options are actually really good: a meaty palmer sandwich from DCity Smokehouse, chicken tikka masala from Rasika, or a hummus bowl from Little Sesame, to name a few. The only drawback is that the service is confined to 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in a limited geographic area. UberEats recently launched a separate pick-up delivery service that offers full menus from more than 100 restaurants seven days a week. But why wait 30 minutes when you can wait five?