Ordering the food that you want without the hassle of going outside you door has made even possible. Just earlier this week, Uber has officially launched the UberEATS in Bangkok, Thailand. It is the very first food delivery app that covers a variety of restaurants and lets its clients order food online the same way they order public transports with Uber.

Uber basically puts the best food spots in Bangkok all in just one menu and is delivered to your doors at the Uber speed. At present, UberEATS is in partnership with more than a hundred restaurants all over Bangkok that are of different sorts of cuisines. The participating restaurants include Khao Krung Chicken Noodle, Lemonzest Café, iBerry (Silom Complex), Ippudo Ramen, Doodee Siam, Krua Apsorn and Appia.

The app can also let the customers indicate their special instructions and to add notes in relation to their orders. For example, the customer can request if she wants her food to come with more cheese, extra sauce, no veggies, etc. In a report by Coconuts Bangkok, the management of UberEATS revealed that they are still looking forward to doing business with more food trucks and operators in the near future.

UberEATS app also has a feature in which customers can get a live update for the monitoring of their orders from the moment they placed and checked out their desired menu up to the moment their orders are delivered by the Uber drivers. As of the moment, UberEATS can be used in areas such as the Chinatown, Sathron, Phloen Chit, Silom, Ekkamai, Pathumwan, Asoke, Phrom Phong, Nana and Thonglor.

In a report by the Bangkok Post, Allen Penn, UberEATS' Regional General Manager for Asia-Pacific, said that the UberEATS app gives us a glimpse of how the future competition in the industry of food delivery looks like. Bangkok is the fifth city in Asia, following Taipei, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Singapore, where Uber's latest food delivery online app is offered.

Uber only takes its commissions from the restaurants and food truck operators and definitely requires no tip from its customers. Unlike deliveries from most restaurants and food operators, UberEATS initially offers a free of charge food delivery to customers which actually makes it more appealing to clients.