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New food delivery app DoorDash to take on UberEats, Menulog and Deliveroo

We’ve all gotten peeved off with one food delivery app or another.

One time, I ordered Chinese food to be delivered to Moore Park Apartments in Sydney and the Uber delivery guys got the address wrong an astonishing three times, giving my meal away to the wrong (dodgy) tenants. By the fourth order, I had to deal directly with the restaurant owner who had to deliver my meal by hand herself. Not. Good.

As for Menulog and Deliveroo, well, I’ve had issues with food arriving cold by both parties but, hey, let’s not continue with the bitching…

New to the food delivery scene is DoorDash, which launched in Perth on Wednesday night, covering the inner-city and suburbs from Mindarie in the North to Mandurah in the south.

Already a leading on-demand delivery platform in the U.S. and following successful market entries in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, DoorDash is focused on helping Perth restaurant owners drive demand to their eateries, while providing flexible and competitive earning opportunities for Dashers (ie: drivers) and quality food selection for city and suburban locals.

Perth restaurants on the DoorDash menu include Varsity Bar, Little China Girl and Angel Falls Bar & Grill, while a host of fast-food businesses are already on board including Nando’s, McDonald’s, KFC and Chicken Treat.

To celebrate the launch of DoorDash in Perth, check out the special offers and features listed below.

Then download the app and get your taste buds ticking.

Antonino Tati


  • To celebrate the food platform’s arrival, Chicken Treat has launched ‘Treat Tuesdays’ exclusively via DoorDash. Every Tuesday from 25 August to 15 September, customers can cash in on free chips (valued at $5.89) and free delivery for all orders over $20 placed through DoorDash.
  • DoorDash is offering $10 off and free delivery on your first three orders.
  • For every delivery made between launch and September 2, DoorDash will donate one meal to Foodbank Western Australia, helping them provide food relief to vulnerable people across the state.
  • The app features a unique ‘pick-up’ function, allowing users to collect their meals on the go at no extra cost, plus ‘group ordering’ which makes it easy for large groups to order together.

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