With more consumers tapping into food delivery apps, it is not only up to restaurants and third-party providers to keep up with this evolving trend but also stay ahead of the curve. The rainy season which is soon setting in, can cripple sales and impact the bottom line for restaurants that rely on dine-in traffic and also give a hard time to customers who are used to ordering online.
To address the issue of delays and cancellations of orders during this season, Camellia Café has adopted new ways to squeeze new growth opportunities out of inclement conditions by adding a food delivery car to its fleet. Customers will no longer have to worry about skipping lunch or any other meal of the day. No withstanding any obstacle, Camellia Café will work around the clock and do the best they can to get your delivery to you.
During the rainy season, consumers buy more food via delivery than they would in-store. Ordering online is much more convenient than venturing outside in the hazardous weather. Camellia Café keeps changing the business landscape one day at a time and adjusts to this dynamic by applying technologies related to ordering, payment and delivery to meet the demand of a growing on-demand economy.
With the new delivery car, customers will be able to get warm, chef-crafted meals delivered straight to their doors on their schedule. With its efficiently trained and dedicated staff, it’s all hands on deck. You are guaranteed services that will brighten your day even in dismal weather. You can even get access to discounts and coupons on some of your delivery favorites.
Customers can easily browse the menu, place their order and make their payment directly through their smart phones by installing the Camellia Café application from Google play. Food is delivered in not more than forty-five minutes within the city vicinity.
Camellia Café, which began online food delivery services earlier this year, has been increasingly marketing its delivery capabilities, to provide a quick, unique and seamless ordering experience to customers.