Uber Eats launches in Gampaha; its 5th city in Sri Lanka

Uber Eats announced its launch in Gampaha, its fifth city in Sri Lanka, bringing convenient food and grocery to the region and connecting local restaurants and merchants with new customers.

The Uber Eats app is available in Gampaha town and surrounding areas such as Ganemulla and Moragoda. People can order from over 30 restaurants on the app, including global brands like KFC and Pizza Hut and local favourites such as Hansa Village, Hogwarts Café, Perera & Sons and Submarine Hut.

Discussing the launch, Bhavna Dadlani, Head of Uber Eats Sri Lanka said, “We are thrilled to continue our journey in Sri Lanka with the launch of Uber Eats in our fifth city, bringing the magic of food and grocery delivery to people in Gampaha. This is a deepening of our commitment to Sri Lanka, and will increase earning opportunities for restaurant partners, merchants and courier partners alike.”

Uber Eats is proud to bring the convenience and ease of selection to residents, especially as many are staying at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It will generate new levels of service in the area and add to its budding food culture,

To commemorate the launch, new users can enjoy 70% off, up to LKR 500, on their first orders above LKR 700, from any restaurant in Gampaha, using the code “HELLO70”.

Getting started with Uber Eats is easy and free:

  1. Download the App – Just search for Uber Eats App on the App Store or Play Store.
  2. Register Your Account – Sign up with a valid email address and mobile number to create a new account.
  3. Pick Your Delivery Location – Enter the address where you would like your meal delivered.
  4. Find the Perfect Meal – Browse local restaurants or search by cuisine type, and sort according to price, dietary needs, and speed, to find exactly what your taste buds are asking for.
  5. Place Your Order – Pick the items you want right away or schedule your order to arrive at your convenience.
  6. Pay with a Card or Cash – Pay through your Debit/Credit card or choose cash on delivery.
  7. Track Your Order – Get updates as your order is prepared and track it as it in real-time until it is delivered to your destination.

1 COMMENT

  1. It is disappointing to see this parasitic business (Uber) being promoted on this
    web-site. Uber is all about self-interest and, destroying workers rights and entitlements.

    It is typical of Sri Lankan journalism ! A lack of competent journalist’s to ask the hard questions and hold these exploitative companies accountable. Given the amount of deaths of delivery drivers overseas and the abrogation of any responsibility for these workers by Uber; this should have been a major issue.

    SHAME ON YOU EASWARAN RUTNAM FOR PROMOTING THIS PARASITIC COMPANY !!!!!

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