Uber Eats has announced a number of new exclusive partnerships, including Detroit Pizza, Eggslut and Four Seasons. 

In addition to the new exclusive partnerships in the capital, the delivery platform has added a slew of London eateries including Coqfighter, Taro and Yori.

Acai brand, OakBerry has also joined the app, offering healthy bowls, smoothies and snacks for delivery, whilst East London, buttermilk fried chicken brand, Butchies is now available across its 5 London sites. 

Crosstown Doughnuts and Doughnut Time have also just joined Uber Eats ending their exclusive partnerships with other delivery operators.

The delivery company said it had seen a huge shift in its London selection since lockdown measures were eased and now boasts over 21,000 total restaurants across the capital with over 200 cuisine categories.

It notes a move away from takeaways being just “a weekend treat,” with brands like VQ, who are open 24 hours a day, are serving up orders across breakfast, lunch and dinner every day of the week. 

Matthew Price, regional general manager at Uber Eats UKI said, “The team at Uber Eats understand that we only succeed when our restaurants succeed. We’ve seen some fantastic recent additions to Uber Eats thanks to the hard work of the team who support our restaurant partners every day. With exciting brands like Eggslut, Taro and Detroit Pizza, Londoners are going to love our new expanded selection”.

Whitney Myrus, non-executive director at Eggslut added, “This partnership is pivotal for us. Delivery has significantly boosted sales and brand visibility. With Uber Eats dedicated support, it’s logical for us to forge an exclusive alliance.”

 Courtney Schmitke, owner at Detroit Pizza said, “As a small business, we partnered with Uber Eats to support our awareness and growth strategy. Uber Eats provides valuable resources that align with our business objectives, from their marketplace to marketing support and more. We are achieving success together.”