Restaurants can download a dining version of their menu, with the customer scanning QR codes to browse the menu, order, and pay through the Uber Eats app or the Uber Eats website.
Uber Eats waives all commissions and payment processing fees for all Dine-ins until the end of the year, meaning the service is essentially free for restaurants already registered with Uber Eats. There will also be no charge for customers.
The launch of the service – which allows customers to place multiple orders in a single visit – follows a successful trial at multiple locations in Liverpool, including Baltic Market.
Uber Eats says the new feature will allow restaurants to serve their customers safely and efficiently, reducing the need for shared menus and contact between staff and customers.
“We know that the past year has been incredibly difficult for restaurants, and we want to stand up for small businesses and do our part to support the UK’s economic recovery,” said Uber Eats chief executive for the UK. United and Ireland, Toussaint Wattinne.
âThe best way to support restaurants is to come back and support your local, and our new Dine-In feature will allow restaurants to securely open their doors, process orders efficiently and at no additional cost. “
âWe used the Dine-In at the Baltic Market last summer and really enjoyed it. This meant that security issues, including orders, were handled efficiently and easily, and we are truly delighted to welcome customers back to Baltic Market when the lockdown eases, âsaid Baltic Market Liverpool Tim Haggis.