This post has been sponsored by NorwichEats
Much like across the rest of the UK, restaurants and takeaways around Norwich have been majorly affected by the Coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown restrictions. Where restaurants can’t make money due to restrictions on dine-in customers, they turned to online delivery platforms to hopefully pick up some takeaway customers to bridge the gap.
The major players charge a service fee of 20-30% to the businesses that use their platforms, which can put a sting in the earnings these takeaways actually see. Similarly, delivery drivers are treated unfairly and there has been plenty in the news regarding workers rights.
This has led to an uprising of sorts, business owners taking charge and bringing their own offering to the table. Businesses like NorwichEats have been set up to provide a fairer alternative to takeaways in the region, allowing businesses to see a larger percentage of the money they bring in.
For customers, this means that they can eat their well-loved takeaways knowing that both the delivery driver and business they’ve ordered from will be taken care of.
NorwichEats provides free sign up, and free set up when businesses join. Plus, they will upload your menu too. For businesses, this is a large saving already in comparison to the bigger competitors. Takeaways only have to pay 7.5% plus VAT when you sell through NorwichEats – incredible.
As a customer looking to order a Saturday night treat, or a cheeky Tuesday diet break you can find all your favourite takeaways PLUS MORE added all the time.
From sandwich favourites from Pottergate Pantry (a huge office lunch break favourite of mine!) through to Royalls Fish and Chip bar, you can find anything and everything you’re craving. Other favourites include Matty C’s Burger Van, Mantane Sushi, Hong Kong Fusion Chinese, Gringos Nacho Factory and Pizzaterian.
NorwichEats even received a shoutout in the Eastern Daily Press via an article around Fat Fox Pizza Den, a pizza establishment who use the NorwichEats services to deliver to their customers. Fat Fox Pizza offer their customers a large range of freshly cooked pizzas, fries, nachos, chicken wings and a whole lot more.
There’s even exclusive takeaways you won’t find on other platforms, with these restaurants turning to trusted sites such as NorwichEats to list their menu. You can really order the food you love from your local takeaways all in one place.
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