The international private car-hailing company Uber’s food delivery service has arrived in Aberdeen.
The Uber Eats service uses the same cashless technology that allows Uber users in other cities in the UK to travel around by ordering special Uber private hire cars on a smartphone.
Earlier this year the firm, which has proven controversial around the UK for the impact it has on local taxi industries, was granted the licence to operate in Aberdeen.
The dining app can now be downloaded onto smartphones for users in Aberdeen who want to order food to their door from restaurants across the city.
The Uber Eats app is separate from the regular Uber app, which is used to book private-hire cars.
Toussaint Wattinne, general manager of Uber Eats in the UK, said: “We have been blown away with how popular the app has been in Scotland, so we’re really excited to be launching in Aberdeen.
“We have partnered with plenty of local restaurants and lots of familiar names so there is something for everyone’s tastes.”