Deliveroo launches new services in two major NI towns – Belfast Live

Food delivery company Deliveroo has today announced its early launch in two major towns in Northern Ireland this week.

Locals can now order food from a range of restaurants and grocery retailers in Ballymena and Newry.

The British company has seen great success and is now available in 12 different markets across the world.

Deliveroo works with both the best independent restaurants as well as well-known high street favourites and grocery retailers and convenience stores.

The food delivery company will continue to add new local restaurants, takeaways and convenience stores to the platform over the coming months.

Deliveroo’s Berenice Cowan said: “At last, we’ve arrived in Ballymena and Newry! We can’t wait to bring everyone great food from local and national favourites and to help local chefs reach new customers. Hungry foodies, here we come!”

The launch will be a major boost to small food outlets across both areas who will be able to reach new customers and grow their businesses through offering delivery.

Restaurants joining the platform in Ballymena:

Co-operative

Burger King

KFC

Subway

Costa

Caffe Tosca

Eatsville

Sunnys

BHOP

Big Bears Pizza Shack

Fresh

Treats & Sweets

Good To Go IMG

Gwens Cafe

Nobodies Shakes

Restaurant Sorrento

Roosters

Saburritos

The Countryman

Urbn Food Truck

The Doury Frier

Uptown Kitchen

Wildflower Bakery

Restaurants joining the platform in Newry:

Burger King

KFC

Subway

Costa

Eatalians

The Chippy @ Cafe no35

Tinley Tandoori

BrewBirds Takeaway

BrewBirds

Bunreal

Craft

Friscos

Guntur Mirchi

McCann’s Fish And Chips

Sapori Italiani

The Merchant Bistro

Humming

The Velveteen Rabbit Cafe

In celebration of these launches, Deliveroo is offering new customers £10 off their first order when they sign up to the platform and use the code GETFOOD10 at checkout.

This is an offer for new customers only, with a minimum spend of £15 or more for one redemption per person.

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