UberEATS Kid-Friendly category will make healthy weeknight meals a breeze!
UberEATS Kid-Friendly category is the latest product from Uber to help make life for Singaporeans a little easier and more convenient!
Mums, after a busy day of work, is there anything better than spending quality time with your hubby and the kids? These moments of family bonding are important because they remind you why you go to work even on days you’d rather stay in bed and at the same time give you the chance to make memories that will last you a lifetime
That said, often the last thing you want to do when you’ve just arrived at home after eight hours in the office is spending the next hour preparing a meal for your family. Especially after you open the fridge and see that you’ll either need to make a run to the grocery store or convince your family to take up vegetarianism!
UberEATS wants to help you spend less time preparing meals and tidying up so you have more time to spend with your family.
Last month, the company launched a new category in their food delivery app hoping to help parents save time when they’re ordering dinner.
The new category offers a selection of restaurants with kids’ menus so parents can easily choose dishes that kids will actually be excited to eat. UberEATS is promoting the new UberEATS Kid-Friendly category as a tool for parents to quickly find affordable and nutritious kid-friendly meals when they’re ordering for the family.
It may take a little convincing to get the kids excited about something that isn’t pizza, but once you show them all the cool options, they will definitely be on board with trying something new!
How to use the UberEATS Kid-Friendly category
When you open the UberEATS app, select the magnifying glass “search” icon from the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen and scroll down until you reach the “Kid-Friendly” section. That’s it, you are ready to order!
With the announcement of the new category, the company said that there are 100 restaurant partners with either kids’ menus or kid-friendly options.
So far we have found that while there are nearly 50 restaurants to choose from in central areas like Tanjong Pagar, outside the core, the selection decreases dramatically.
Near the theAsianparent’s office at one-north, there are only 10 restaurants under the Kid-Friendly label and the same is true for Singapore’s family-friendly neighbourhood near East Coast Road.
We're sure they'll expand into these and other neighbourhoods soon!
For now, the little ones cannot wait to try out the Teddy Beary pancakes from Batter Fluffy Flaps or the adorable creations from Mr Bento.