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Dineout launches takeaway services with more than 5000 leading restaurants
Friday, 28 August, 2020, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, New Delhi
With the global pandemic altering our lifestyle and our eating out habits, Dineout, expands its services and launches contactless ‘takeaway’ on their application. This will enable users to pre-order food and choose for safe self pick-up from their favourite restaurants to increase safety measures for their diners.

With an initial launch featuring over 5,000 leading restaurants across Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Pune, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Indore, Chandigarh, Jaipur, Nagpur and Vadodara, these services will be available in over 10,000 restaurants by September 2020. Some 80 per cent of top delivery brands sign up for contactless takeaway services, creating a new revenue channel for restaurants and an opportunity to grow profitably and sustain during this transition.

The company has expanded its offering to users to meet the changing needs of the restaurant industry. With contactless takeaway, food-lovers get access to their favourite restaurants. Diners can also pick-up their food at specially created drive-thru windows or curb side at partner restaurants and malls for a safer contactless experience. These drive-thrus are live and available to experience at DLF shopping malls in NCR region.

Premium restaurants are offering special 15 per cent off on takeaways and home delivery exclusively to Gourmet Passport members, making it one of the best and most luxurious takeaways and delivery services in the country. Members can order food from these top restaurants using the application in the safest way possible.

Speaking about the evolution, Ankit Mehrotra, co-founder and CEO, Dineout, said, “In the last 4 months, we at Dineout have focussed on increasing our offerings for both our diners and restaurant partners keeping their safety and growth at the centre of everything we do. We are urging our users to keep distance from people, but not with food! With the introduction of contactless takeaway services, our users can now enjoy food from their favourite restaurants in the safest way possible and also help our restaurant partners increase their offerings on the dineout app to stay relevant in these challenging times. Our goal is to make Dineout the go-to app for all dining occasions."  

Ankit Chona, founder of Havmor, said, “With Dineout as our partner, we are working to improve the end to end customer experience with takeaways because a lot of diners still are not very comfortable dining out. We are laying more focus towards food that travels well, that is value for money, fresh and delicious.”

Rahul Khanna, director, Azure Hospitality, said, “Takeaways are picking up but we do not think it is a permanent trend. Having said that, in a Covid scenario, it's a viable alternative. Through takeaways on Dineout, we are finding means to engage with our guests providing them with ways to enjoy our food as the market evolves.”
Devesh Rawat, GM, Marriott Hotel Indore, said, "Takeaway has become a significant part of our food and beverage portfolio in times like this when dine-in services are completely shut. It is a new revenue stream that contributes 25 to 30 per cent of our overall revenue and with Dineout partnership we expect it to go up further."
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