A new food delivery service that lets you order a salad with the help of your smartphone, and then deliver it within a few minutes, has just been launched by the UK’s biggest fast-food chain.
The startup called Quick House is offering delivery of salads to all of the UKs major fast food chains in one go.
While it’s not the most convenient way to order, the service is still a step up from what the likes of Domino’s Pizza, McDonald’s and Starbucks offer.
The company’s website says: “We are a small business offering delivery to our customers from anywhere in the UK.
We aim to be as low as possible to deliver fast, affordable food to people’s doorsteps.”
Here’s how it works: Quick House delivers food directly to your door.
It’s an exciting time for food delivery in the country.
Earlier this year, it was revealed that Deliveroo had become the world’s largest food delivery startup, with more than $2.5bn in funding and an eye on becoming the next Uber.
However, it remains to be seen whether Quick House will be able to capture the same amount of attention as the likes to Domino, McDonalds and Starbucks.
The service is currently limited to a limited number of fast food chain locations, but Quick House says it hopes to expand to other UK locations soon.
Here’s the full list of Fast Food chains that are offering delivery via Quick House: The Greenwich