Navigating the process of adding your restaurant to Uber Eats may seem like a daunting task. But fear not! In this blog, we will walk you through a step-by-step process on how to get started with Uber Eats and make your delicious food available to hungry customers.
With the ever-increasing demand for convenience and efficiency, more and more people are turning to platforms like Uber Eats to satisfy their cravings without leaving the comfort of their homes. As a restaurant owner or manager, joining Uber Eats can open up exciting opportunities to reach a broader customer base and boost your sales.
Let's dive into the process and get your restaurant ready to serve on Uber Eats for Merchants.
After accessing the Uber Eats for Merchants page, provide essential details such as your restaurant name, address, type, contact name and email, and then proceed by clicking the submit button.
Once Uber Eats has reviewed your form submission, an Uber Eats representative will reach out to the contact information provided in the form. You’ll be provided with information regarding next steps and receiving a tablet. They will also provide you with pricing information.
There are three Uber Eats pricing plans available to choose from, Lite, Plus and Premium. You can find more information on these pricing plans in the table below or on Uber Eats pricing page.
Once you’ve decided on a pricing plan that will work best for your restaurant you’re ready to finish setting up your restaurant on Uber Eats. A representative from Uber Eats will guide you through the rest of the setup process including setting up your tablet, logistics and delivery.
Once you’re up and running with Uber Eats ensure you consider using a third party delivery app aggregator like Cuboh. It will allow you to simplify your order process and consolidate your multiple delivery app tablets into one. Learn more about Cuboh on a demo and start your Uber Eats experience off right.