Skip to main content

From this Thursday, Uber will launch their food app – Uber Eats – in four cities across Ireland. Starting at lunchtime on 8th November, people in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway will be able to sign up to the service and start using it right away.



The app has expanded to more than 75 towns and cities across the UK over the last year and this is the company’s first launch in Ireland. Surprisingly, we’ve been told that more than 30,000 people have already downloaded the Uber Eats app despite the service not being available here yet!



Some of the big names to have signed up to the service already are favourites including Eddie Rocket’s, Leo Burdock and Brother Hubbard.

People interested in trying out the service when it launches at lunchtime this Thursday can download the Uber Eats app (available for iOS and Android), or by visiting

For a limited time, new customers can receive €10 off their first delivery (€15 minimum order). To redeem the offer enter the code ‘EATSIRELAND’ into the payments section of their Uber Eats app and click apply.



Here’s how to order using the new Uber Eats app:

1.    Download the free app or go to to see all the restaurants available in your area. You can sign in using your existing Uber account or create a new one.

2.    Tell us your location – you can select your home, office or any other address.

3.    Find what you’re looking for – browse local restaurants or search by cuisine type or dietary requirements.

4.    Place your order – pick the items you want right now or schedule your order to the arrive whenever you want.

5.    Track the progress of the delivery – get updates as your order is prepared and delivered to your destination.fa

The app is available every day of the week from 8:00am – midnight.

John Reilly

John is Founder and Editor-in-Chief of TheEffect.Net. His favourite gaming series is Uncharted and his favourite film is Interstellar. He is also known to quote 'Father Ted' and Keith Lemon more than is normal.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.