People in the London, Leeds and Nottingham area of the U.K. will soon be “lovin’ it” from the comfort of their own home.
With the various restaurant deliveries available in the area, including Just-Eat, Deliveroo and Amazon Prime Now, many restaurants have started bringing prepared meals to people’s doorsteps. While McDonald’s has been notoriously hard to pin down, UberEats has finally made a deal with the fast-food giant.
Following a successful rollout in the U.S., McDonald’s has shared news of its food delivery partnership with the Uber restaurant delivery service, UberEats. Starting with 22 locations, this soft launch will work to discover what works and what doesn’t work in terms of delivering McDonald’s food to people’s homes.
If successful, UberEats’ London may start its takeover in Britain and beyond. Having a major chain agreeing to a partnership is a major coup for the ridesharing company, and this may help boost its image amid the company’s CEO resignation.