Since 2013, we have built a diverse base of over 115,000 restaurant and grocery partners.

Restaurant partners

We started as a restaurant food-delivery marketplace, working with four key restaurant segments: global quick service restaurants, national casual dining chains, independent full-service restaurants and takeaways. Our logistics-enabled marketplace unlocked delivery for over 90% of the partners on our platform – businesses that never previously offered delivery. 

Our model has dramatically expanded the number of restaurants that can offer delivery and as a result it has opened up an entirely new selection for consumers.

Kavi Thakrar, Founder, Dishoom

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We opened the first Dishoom café in London in 2010. The restaurants pay loving homage to the Irani cafés that were once part of the fabric of life in Bombay. Like the Irani cafés, our restaurants are spaces where people from all walks of life can come and break bread together.

When the pandemic hit and restaurants were forced to close, we had to find new ways of bringing people together over food and drink. Working with Deliveroo, we were able to quickly find new ways of bringing a little comfort and joy to our guests, serving our menu of Bombay comfort food for delivery from our café kitchens and new delivery-only Editions kitchens.

Working with Deliveroo to launch our delivery service has not only allowed us to reach guests further afield, it has also allowed us to provide long-term job security for our team (as well as helping us to create 50 new roles in the company).

Nicolas Steiner, Founder, Yoobi

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We started working with Deliveroo back in 2013 – the same year it launched its service in the UK. It’s really helped us transform and grow our business over the last eight years, with delivery sales becoming the largest part of our business now. The delivery sales we’ve made from Deliveroo have allowed us to expand our bricks and mortar restaurants across London and Paris.

The team is always on hand to advise us on how we can grow our delivery business further, so for us Deliveroo is more than just a delivery partner but a part of our team.

Oliver Ibanez, Owner, Zumu Sushi

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When we first started doing delivery from Zumu Sushi, we used our own riders and had not considered partnering with Deliveroo. After a while, we realised that we were not able to manage our own rider fleet, so we decided to work with Deliveroo and make use of their world class rider network.

Deliveroo has been a really great partner to Zumu Sushi and has helped us expand across the UK, through its incredible technology and unique delivery-only kitchens concept.

Grocery partners

In 2018, given our ambition to build the definitive online food company, we started adding grocery partners to our platform with an on-demand grocery service built on the same technology that drives our core logistics-enabled restaurants marketplace.

Today, we work with some of the largest grocery retailers in the world, including 7-Eleven, Aldi, Co-op, Conad, Carrefour, Casino, Marks and Spencer, Picard, Waitrose, and Whole Foods Market.

Why do restaurants and grocers choose to work with Deliveroo?

Our proposition to these partners aims to provide strong incremental demand generation, an excellent consumer experience, tools to drive profitability and innovations for the future of online food delivery.    

Ali Jones, Customer Director, Co-op

Ali Jones, Customer Director, Co-op

We first began working with Deliveroo in 2018. It began as a small trial in Manchester, which worked so well we decided to form a long-term, strategic partnership and we now have over 550 Co-op stores available on Deliveroo across the UK.

COVID-19 has really accelerated the on-demand grocery trend, with consumers wanting quick and reliable deliveries more than ever before. Deliveroo has been great at responding to this trend and its technology allows us to easily add more stores onto the platform as we see fit.