From today, Uber Eats will be available in one of the Klang Valley’s favourite foodie neighbourhoods – Petaling Jaya! This now means that hungry people in PJ as well as Bandar Sunway, Bandar Utama, Damansara, Seksyen 17, SS2, SS15, and Taman Tun Dr. Ismail can now satisfy their food cravings all at the tap of a button.
“We know the people of PJ have been anticipating the arrival of Uber Eats ever since our app first became available in Malaysia last September. We are thrilled to bring the Uber Eats experience to PJ and surrounding areas – helping more Malaysians enjoy easy, convenient and affordable meals at the tap of a button; whether they crave local favourites or top-tier restaurant offerings. At the same time, restaurants are seeing real growth and business returns by partnering with Uber Eats while more individuals now have access to flexible earning opportunities as our delivery partners. We’re building on all this momentum to bring the joy of Uber Eats to more neighbourhoods in Malaysia!” said Shri Chakravarthy Gopalakrishnan, General Manager of Uber Eats (Malaysia and Singapore).
Notable PJ foodie favourites available on Uber Eats include:
● The Fish Bowl, a variety of healthy and zesty customized poke bowls
● Goodness Greens Café, which offers healthy options for breakfast, lunch and dinner
● Lim Fried Chicken, served with fragrant nasi lemak and range of mutton curry, fried chicken, and even chee cheong fun in curry
● Pickle & Fig, which offers wholesome gourmet sandwiches and brunch options
● Ravi’s Banana Leaf, offers steaming rice served with an assortment of vegetables and mouth watering side dishes topped up with generous scoops of fragrant curries
● Rojak & Cendol Mustaffa, a food truck enjoyed by locals and those in-the-know
Altogether, there are more than 400 restaurants to select from, boasting a delectably diverse array of choices.
More than just a delivery app
Uber Eats aims to not only connect Malaysians with the food they love, but to also contribute positively to the economy by facilitating additional earning opportunities and helping to grow the markets for Malaysian restaurants.
For delivery partners, it is facilitating new economic opportunities with more vehicle options, at more times of the day. “Uber’s technology aims to make things better for all, and Uber Eats is no exception. With this rollout, we are also facilitating flexible earning opportunities for more Malaysians who delight in connecting people with their food,” added Shri.
The benefits are extended to restaurant partners as well. “From small popular eateries to more established restaurants, outlets that don’t have an existing delivery service now have the opportunity to expand their customer base beyond the confinement of their restaurant spaces,” Shri added. “With the power of technology, limits are lifted as to how restaurants want to engage more consumers with their food offerings. Uber Eats’ technology will give restaurant owners the tools to improve their business with analytics and insights to make better data-driven decisions.”
Uber Eats will begin serving PJ neighbourhoods from 9.00am to midnight, seven days a week; with plans to grow quickly and in the near future. Payment will be made through credit and debit cards, with an average delivery time of 33 minutes.
Download the Uber Eats app and enter the promo code PJMAKAN and enjoy unlimited free delivery using Uber Eats with no minimum order. New users only. Valid for 4 weeks after promo code is applied in-app.
For more information on Uber Eats Malaysia, visit www.ubereats.com