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Restaurant stories from around the world

One of the best ways to understand how the Uber Eats platform works is to hear from our restaurant partners. We're proud to have 320,000+ partners in 36 countries. Here are some of their stories.

Featured stories

  • Saigon Summer got a 30% boost

    See how Uber Eats uncovered incremental growth and new foot traffic for this Sydney restaurant.

  • Bird on a Wire's weekend sales took off

    See why one New Zealand eatery expanded their staff to handle a flood of new business from Uber Eats.

  • Zappo got more dine-in customers

    See how offering delivery on Uber Eats led to more in-house dining for a pizzeria in Lyon, France.

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Coolhaus: cool, quirky, and crafted for delivery

Natasha Case built the perfect ice cream sandwich. To find people to deliver the frozen goods intact, she partnered with Uber Eats.

Wokcano: how in-app promos attracted new customers

CEO Michael Kwan wanted to set apart his restaurant on the Uber Eats app. His simple marketing efforts were the secret sauce.

Chik’n: why a perfectionist prefers Uber Eats

Fans of Carl Clarke’s guilt-free fried chicken expect freshness. So he counts on delivery partners using the Uber platform to help him deliver it.

Ha! Poke: from fresh tuna to fried chicken with a virtual restaurant

How do you operate a delivery-focused fried chicken concept in a kitchen set up for poke? Let Jamie Mitchell show you.

Dun Huang: traditional noodles, innovative delivery

These hand-pulled noodles took NYC by storm. Now insights from the Uber Eats platform are taking them to the next level.

Burger Factory: refreshing their brand while feeding local demand

Ricky and Denise launched a virtual restaurant in their Brooklyn cafe. It was such a hit, they revamped their business around it.

Lucky Cat Vegan: feeding demand for plant-based cuisine in Texas

Data from the Uber Eats platform showed that Dallas was craving vegan food. So Navin jumped in to meet the demand with a virtual restaurant.

Poppy + Rose: SoCal comfort food, now in more places

As local demand turned into a citywide craving, Diana Yin partnered with Uber Eats to connect with delivery partners using the Uber platform and spread her restaurant’s delivery footprint.

Etto: using item-level data to boost their pasta business

For Stephane and Dave, data and tools from the Uber Eats platform made it easy to see their top-selling items in the app and respond to demand.

Zappo: pizza delivery is driving dine-in in France

Uber Eats delivery customers in Lyon, France started seeking pizza in-person, too. Here’s how it happened.

Bagels by Krispy Kreme: selling more breakfast with virtual restaurants

Australians weren’t big on donuts for breakfast, and bagels were still a new concept. Here’s how Krispy Kreme seized the opportunity.

Lions & Tigers & Squares: delivering Detroit-style pizza in NYC

Artichoke Basille co-founder Francis Garcia works every detail of his new pizza place except its delivery, thanks to the delivery partners using the Uber platform.

The Yiros Shop: Greek family tradition, delivered to Brisbane

With delicious food that travels well, this Australian shop saw a third of a locations’ sales come from Uber Eats alone.

Tropical Smoothie Cafe: going beyond the blender

By partnering with Uber Eats, one Tropical Smoothie franchisee unlocked incremental sales way beyond smoothies.

Miss Chow’s: delicious dumplings in Perth, delivered

Authentic Asian food in Australia is big business for Jacquie Chan. Since 2015, Uber Eats has been a true growth partner.

Pugsley Pizza: sending slices of Bronx history all over the city

Once one of the Bronx’s best kept secrets, this family-run pizzeria now uses Uber Eats to reach even more dining rooms.

Saigon Summer: getting 30% of sales from delivery and going places

People in Sydney were having trouble finding parking at this popular Vietnamese spot. Everything changed when they joined Uber Eats.

Bird on a Wire: how weekend delivery is helping sales soar

This New Zealand spot joined Uber Eats in 2018. Since then, they’ve hired weekend delivery staff for the influx of new orders.