Steven Marks, founder of Guzman y Gomez, said they have rolled out the UberEats partnership because customers have been asking for home delivery service.
“Guzman y Gomez is partnering with UberEats so we can bring the best Mexican food to anyone, anywhere, at any time in Perth,” said Marks. “Our customers have been asking for this and we listened. We’re crazy about getting you delicious food fast and this partnership is just one of the ways we are re-inventing fast food for the 21st century.
Available immediately, the partnership will see Perth’s Guzman y Gomez customers able to get their GYG meals delivered to their door with the tap of a button.
Guzman y Gomez, which currently has six locations in Western Australia, including Belmont Forum, Cockburn, Leederville, Mount Lawley, Northbridge and Perth Airport.
The Mexican fast good chain operates over 80 restaurants across the country and signed a partnership with Google Zoo to develop a virtual drive through. The company has also ventured into the drive-thru space, announcing plans to open 38 new restaurants over the next 18 months, 24 of which will include the new functionality, and an additional four stores will be opened in partnership with Caltex petrol stations in NSW and Victoria.
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