FoodPanda.in Website Review – Ordering Food Online
India is moving towards a new revolution. This revolution is not about anything related to politics or Satyagraha. This is about booming e-commerce business in Indian market. Each month we are seeing a new player entering into this market. This time around, Foodpanda.in has brought an outstanding concept to reality. Till now, we are too often experiencing high number e-commerce sites which are concentrated around the electrical appliances or fashion-mania. Foodpanda.in is standing out in the crowd with the crown of being the only service which is offering food through online site.
Currently, Foodpanda.in is covering most of the major cities like Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad, Chennai and Bangalore. Recently, during the first week of September, Foodpanda.in announced their entry in the new cities which now includes Kolkata. This is perhaps the best strategy to increase the presence of their business through the country.
Foodpanda.in is founded in 2012 however the expansion over the last few months is remarkable. They are now housing good number of restaurants such as Pizza hut, Subway and Yo China. The co-founder, Rohit Chadda did mention that the company is expanding at the growth rate of 30%. They are targeting to expand to at least 15 major cities and 5000 restaurants. The aim is here is not only about expanding but also about providing wider options to choose from.
If you’re a smartphone geek having an android device or iOS, you might find their dedicated app useful enough. Also, the website is available to take your orders only between 11am to 11pm. That’s something strange but if you look at the working time of restaurants in India, it’s understandable.
4 Steps to Order Your Food
- The website is divided into four major steps or sections.
- Initially, you’ll need to choose your location.
- In the second step, you’re asked to choose the restaurant which is followed by delivery type.
- In the fourth and final step, you’ll be asked to make the payment.
Moving on to the FAQ section where most of the important questions have been answered nicely. If you’re finding yourself in trouble while ordering the food through this website, my immediate advice would be to get yourself to FAQ section. If this section doesn’t seem useful, you can have a live chat with the foodpanda.in representative.
The one last thing that I would like to highlight is the title. They have a good sense of humor in naming the titles. Recently, I observed one chart which was titled as “BesharamDeals”. Pretty funny, isn’t it?