Uber is bringing its on-demand food delivery service, UberEATS, to India three years after it piloted in Los Angeles. The taxi-aggregator is in talks with local restaurants and delivery partners before taking the service live. SEE ALSO: Ola thinks it has the perfect trick to compete in Uber's fastest growing market UberEATS is a standalone app and is accessible in 58 locations globally, including a host of Asian cities such as Bangkok, Singapore, Tokyo and Taipei. "I am incredibly excited about bringing UberEATS to India. This is a significant investment, it spans multiple cities and regions, and it has the potential to change the food industry -- with the push of a button -- in one of the most vibrant food cultures in the world," Allen Penn, Asia Pacific's Head of UberEATS, said in a statement.
Jan-23-2017, 13:35:02 GMT