Posted On October 25, 2013 By In Business, Top Stories

Order Food From Any Restaurant With HelloFood; Now On Android and iPhone

hellofood_logoIf you’re familiar with GrubHub, Seamless or Just-Eat, you’ll love HelloFood. Ordering food in Nigeria (speaking from a Lagosian’s perspective) can be a little bit of pain. If you don’t collect the restaurant’s phone number or menu while you’re there, it might be hard to satisfy your craving when you don’t have a ride or you’re just lazy.

This is where HelloFood comes to the rescue. You have a good number of restaurants to order from, including Chicken Republic and even Ghana High Commission. You also get good deals from certain places like Johnny Rockets where you get free fries and a drink when you order a burger – you’re welcome.

“We already have 220 partners in Lagos, but we are soon expanding to Abuja and beyond. We want to be the universal food service for all Nigerians,” said Managing Director, Joe Falter. “We want to be the first place Nigerians think of when they need food: whether it’s for them at work, for their families at home, or to cater an event.”

To be that “first place Nigerians think of” of course, you’d need to go mobile because that’s where most of us are. So they’ve just launched Android and iPhone apps that bring the already convenient service to you on-the-go.

HelloFood is service from FoodPanda that has similar services in Europe, Asia and countries like Ghana, Kenya and Ivory Coast in Africa.

Now on to the good stuff: Put in “TNTT readers” at checkout and get ₦500 off your order. Again, you’re welcome. :)

What do you think about the service?



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Faridah Seriki has been interested in technology since she got her hands on a desktop when she was eight. She founded Technesstivity after releasing a successful blog she made for class combining her passion for both journalism and technology. Faridah graduated from Vivian Fowler in 2009 and lives in New York where she graduated from Hofstra University with a Bachelors degree in Broadcast Journalism