Deliveroo is coming to Chislehurst - find out what food could be at your door here

PUBLISHED: 09:37 28 February 2017 | UPDATED: 09:37 28 February 2017

Deliveroo has arrived in Chislehurst

Deliveroo has arrived in Chislehurst

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The food delivery service is a global success

Foodies are set to benefit from a new delivery service which has already seen success worldwide.

On Friday, Deliveroo announced it would be expanding its on-demand delivery service into Chislehurst.

The hyper-local service will help bring Chislehurst’s top range of restaurants to resident’s door steps.

Hungry masses will now be able to order food from the likes of Prezzo, Imperial Arms, The Meze and La Boheme in just 30 minutes for a £2.50 extra delivery fee.

In other parts of the capital, the introduction has seen some restaurants boost revenue by up to 30 per cent, while the service also brings jobs into the area.

Caroline Hazlehurst, general manager of Deliveroo, said: “We’ve seen a big appetite for Deliveroo in London so far – we’re excited to be working with even more great restaurants in the area, and to be serving the hungry people of Chislehurst.

“Busy consumers will now be able to enjoy high-quality meals at home or in the office, delivered consistently and quickly, whether it’s burgers, ramen, or pasta.”

“Expanding our operation in London is a natural next step in our mission to offer the highest quality food delivery service in the UK.

“In the 80+ towns and cities we currently operate in, we have an enthusiastic base of repeat customers, and we’re looking forward to meeting new food lovers in Chislehurst.”

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