How to get into uber-friendly restaurants in Sydney.
The Sydney-based restaurant chain has introduced a special “UberEats” menu in the city’s CBD, which is currently available only to uber-fans in the CBD.
UberEaters are members who can order a burger, fries, a drink and a sandwich.
A group of uber-followers have been making their way to the restaurant at a rate of about two every hour, said UberEATS Sydney’s general manager, Ryan McQuillan.
It’s like having your own Uber,” he said.”
You can have your burger, a burger-and-fries, fries-and a drink-and you can have the burger and your fries.
“We’re making it available to people that have a little bit of money, who are going to be there to eat.”
The special menu at the Sydney-area UberEates restaurant is a mix of burgers, fries and drinks, including “slices of cheese” and a “burger”.
A burger, and fries, and drink menu from UberEAT Sydney.
Sydney-based UberEater Ryan Mc Quillan says the UberEat menu in Sydney is just as awesome as the Uber menu in New York, London, Tokyo, Paris and other major cities.
“The reason we’re here is because it’s a great way to get to know Sydney, you can get there from anywhere, it’s got a great vibe and you can eat at any of these restaurants,” he told News.
“It’s all about the food.”
Ryan McQuills said he was a bit surprised when he saw that UberEating was available in the Sydney CBD, and he said he knew it would be a big hit.
“I didn’t think I’d have any interest in ordering a burger,” he explained.
“But I was quite impressed when I saw the prices.”
UberEaters have been popping up all over Sydney since it was revealed in March that the company had launched in Sydney’s CBD.
“There are people in Sydney who are actually paying a little extra for UberEATING because they are going there because they want to eat in Sydney,” Ryan Mcquillans said.
“There’s a lot of people that don’t want to pay for Uber, and UberEATES is a way for them to get around that.”
Ryan Mcquills, general manager of UberEatt, said he would like to see the Sydney UberEate experience extend to other locations, and that he would love to see a Sydney UberEat.
UberEatt has been popping in and out of the CBD since it launched.
Ryan Mc Quills says it’s important for Uber to stay in the mainstream, and said it’s “not about being a restaurant” anymore.
“It’s not about being trendy, it has to be good,” he laughed.
The UberEeat menu is available for uber-loyalty holders only in the NSW CBD.
RyanMcQuills told News Corp that the menu will change, but he wouldn’t want the restaurant to disappear any time soon.
RyanMc Quills said the menu is currently being rolled out across Sydney.
UberEeat Sydney is currently open until midnight on Wednesday, March 5.