Fast, efficient food delivery to your door!
Uber Eats delivers the best of your city right when you want it. Our curated menus feature dishes from the local spots you love and the ones you’ve always wanted to try. All Covid-19 protocols are strictly adhered to for your safety and ours.
How to order on Uber Eats
- Sign in
(or create an account) and set your delivery address.
- Choose the restaurant you want to order from.
- Select your items and tap "Add to Cart"
- To place your order, select "VIEW CART" or "Checkout"
- Select “leave at door” for contactless delivery
- Review your order and tap "Place Order"....
- Track your order progress
The world, as we know it, has changed and this includes how we work and school, shrinking the line between work and personal time. While schools are finally re-opening, online classes and homeschooling remain, which means preparing meals and running errands throughout the day becomes a daunting task – until you meet Uber Eats!
Ordering bread, milk, eggs and other household necessities have been made easier with several grocery merchants available via the app. There are plenty of options, from milk to make your morning breakfast, or adding your kids favourite snack to their lunchbox to brighten their day and make your day run smoother.
Say what? Yes, order stationery!
Are you that parent that left stationery shopping to the last minute? There is no need to rush to the crowded stores with a long list of school essentials and wrestle the other parents for the last pack of oil pastels. With merchants like Game, stationery can be purchased with ease eliminating the last-minute rush to the store nobody enjoys.
Times have been difficult for many and the app understands that every cent counts. This is why the app has launched Uber Pass
, a monthly R99 plan which unlocks savings across Uber and Eats which allows you to receive this unique offering. These offerings include free delivery through the Uber Eats app as well as discounts on rides when moving from A to B.
Uber Eats is currently in thirteen cities across South Africa
- Cape Town
- Port Elizabeth
- East London
- and Potchefstroom