Foodpanda turns Quetta pink!
Foodpanda, the on-demand international food delivery service, has added the city of Sajji lovers, Quetta, as the latest city to offer its app-ordering food services in the already growing market in Pakistan.
With this, Foodpanda has opened up a world of exciting flavours to the residents of Quetta from the comfort of their homes. And this Tuesday evening, people from the restaurant industry, the media, food, lifestyle bloggers and top customers of Foodpanda, all overjoyed, came together to celebrate Foodpanda’s official launch in the city with the city adorned with its distinctive pink colour hoardings.
The residents of Quetta will now be able to order a variety of food from over 200 restaurant partners right to their homes, offices and even outdoor hotspots, increasing convenience for users and providing restaurant partners with a new avenue to reach customers.
With the vision to deliver good food to people’s every day, Quetta, the provincial hub of Balochistan, to enjoy the renowned service standards offered by Foodpanda, following many other cities of Pakistan like Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, Sialkot, Gujranwala etc.
Aiming to deliver the best food the city has to offer to their customers no matter the craving or price range, Foodpanda knows that it is not merely about eating a meal but savouring that very first bite of food with great discounts.
“We are very excited to expand our service to Quetta and deliver good food right to our customers’ doorstep, especially with our continuous up-gradation in our app and website. This is the perfect city for us to continue doing what we do the best and we look forward to partnering with more restaurants on Foodpanda,” said Nauman Sikandar Mirza, CEO, Foodpanda Pakistan.
Gracing the occasion, distinguished chief guest, Minister for Population Welfare & Food department, Government of Baluchistan, Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran said, “it’s quite heartening to see that Foodpanda has chosen to expand to our province, which shows the growing status of our city as the hub of food business in the province.”
While The honourable chief guest, Quetta Commissioner, Usman Ali expressed, “Linking with the famous app-ordering foodservice means that the citizen of Quetta now meet with the profile of being e-consumers, due to which services like Foodpanda have started to do business here. I hope that this is first of many such services coming to Quetta”.
Foodpanda has over 200 specially curated restaurants that are available in Gujranwala, some of which include the international chains like KFC, Pizza Hut, Subway, McDonald’s, Domino’s, BurgerKing and also the local heroes including OPTP, The New Yorker Pizza, Tomatino Pizza Fiesta, Crunchies and many more.