I have ordered fast food from Grubhub.
That's a real name. I thought it was a slang term Chai used for all her uber type work.
Thank you, and even though it's not a British company, I still value having the knowledge.
As far as On Demand services there's Grubhub, Uber Eats, Door Dash, Favor, etc.
Then there's local companies like my main gig, LunchDrop, who are really great. I don't mind going out of my way for them if asked.
As far as Grubhub, I quickely realized their drivers are just cogs in a wheel, so I soon learned to accept only the deliveries that suit me, money and travel wise.
Funny story (kinda) for GH the city is defined up into a grid, that you can click on to see where the "hot" areas are. I happen to live right on the edge of the hottest area, so when I decide to work for a couple hours, I drive maybe 1.5 miles to the very center of that hot zone.
That happens to be right in front of Elijah Woods house, where there a shady tree across the street from him, and almost always an open parking spot.
So I sit across the street from his place, rejecting 2, 3 orders in a row, before accepting a decent on.
As a more important note, I've delivered through GB to all kinds of places, business, homes, apartments. As far as delivering to private residences, overall, their market are people who really have no business paying what I consider a high delivery fee, plus tip, based on where I see they are living.
Their choice, but it's just another indicator why people stay in a constant state of finanacial insecurity.
In fact, overall the worst cases are the people who order fast food crap from Taco Bell (seems they have very strong customer loyalty) or Burger King.
Most meals are ordered from actually restaurants, pubs, food trucks (very popular here, and overall really good food, not junk).
On Sunday, I delivered Filet mignon, raw oysters and some fancy dessert to a couple nearby who lived in a swanky downtown apartment who just didn't want to go out.