UberEATS Launches Breakfast Service In London

Uber starts offering a breakfast service through its UberEats app in London as of today. So, you should reconsider if the breakfast can wait or not!

Starting from tomorrow, UberEATS will be available in zones 1 and 2 in the U.K. capital. The new service sees UberEATS partner with restaurants and patisseries including London’s favoruites such as PAUL, Coco di Mama, Amorino, Tossed, Snog, Leon, Bagel Factory, and Crepeaffaire. The breakfast service will be available 7 days a week from 7am.

The company is working with over 150 restaurants in the U.K. to look for the best local food all-in-one place. If you’re craving food, UberEATS delivers like an ordinary food delivery service. To use, tap into the Uber network, then you can get anything from the local restaurants, fast. The average order takes 35 minutes from the beginning to finish.


When you’re ready to place your order, you’ll see a total that includes the food and delivery price that you pay with your Uber account and track your order on the site.

Toussaint Wattinne, General Manager at UberEATS adds,

We are incredibly excited to announce breakfast on the UberEATS app across London. Since UberEATS launched last summer we have seen Londoners ordering a range of lunch and dinner options straight to their door at the tap of a button. The launch of breakfast is the next step for UberEATS as we continue to respond to ever-growing consumer demand.

You can download Uber EATS and order your breakfast easily either from Google Play Store or Apple Store.

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