With the recent launch of UberEATS in Mexico City, Culture Trip thought about all the other ways the busiest of you in Mexico’s capital can order food with your phone. Here, we’ve rounded up the seven best food and drink delivery apps options that deliver food, groceries, and even beer to your house without having to lift a finger. Well, not after pressing “order” at least
Of course, we’re starting with the all-new UberEATS. Those of you who already have Uber might have noticed a recent addition to the current app’s top toolbar; clicking on the symbol takes you to your app store to download the latest offering from the hugely popular Uber brand. Since this is a brand new app, some teething issues are to be expected, but at least you can take advantage of the great introductory deals and discount codes they offer per minute!
A mainstay of the takeaway scene in Mexico, SinDelantal is best compared to the UK’s JustEat. The app lets you enter your city and zip code before showing you a list of all nearby restaurants that are both open and delivered in your area. Although some delivery apps charges, other restaurants offer it for free when you spend a certain amount, and due to the large number of places that are signed up for SinDelantal (literally, ‘no apron’), there will definitely be something that will take your fancy.
Vampiritos might not deliver food, so to speak, but they deliver all kinds of booze to your doorstep and while they don’t have an app yet, you can still order online from your phone. Either way, we thought the sheer ingenuity of this company deserved a mention! Get mixers, spirits and beers, plus you can throw in a packet of aspirin if you’re already anticipating a morning hangover. With coverage over the majority of the city and just about every central location, Vampiritos is one to keep in mind the next time you run out of mid-night supplies.
If fine dining is more your style – as opposed to a greasy burger and fries – then Kitzen might be one of the home delivery apps for you. Mainly centered on restaurants in the city’s central (and admittedly fancier) neighborhoods such as Roma, Condesa and Juárez, you can order the coolest dishes from some of the most popular and Instagram-worthy hotspots, like the bakery French style La Boheme.
If you’re craving more than food from a restaurant (for example, you might also be craving crisps from the corner store), Rappi is the perfect app. They deliver not only to restaurants, but also to supermarkets, cafes and pharmacies. Out of deodorant? They can bring it to you. Do you really want ice cream? It is possible too! Plus, they have flyers in various locations around town offering you discounts when you first use the app, so keep your eyes peeled.
The timeless classic can now be ordered online or with its app. Although Mexican Domino’s pizzas don’t come with the legendary garlic and herb crust sauce, their stuffed crust pizzas are perfect for satisfying your hunger after a long day. And, delivery in 30 minutes or less is guaranteed, otherwise your order is free! The app is available for iOS and Android.
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