Craving for something? Have it delivered! 

Since the virus broke out in 2019 and COVID-19 restrictions followed, almost everything went online. Home delivery became a necessary service for restaurants and grocery shops everywhere. In Qatar, food delivery companies are very much in demand now more than ever.

Marhaba has listed six of the most popular food delivery platforms in the country. What is your favourite app?

AKLY 

Akly is a modern and easy-to-use tool that provides users with a wide range of healthy and nutritious food options available for delivery.

Order from healthylicious restaurants and get the food you love delivered to your doorstep. Choose from on-demand meals or subscribe to ready-made plans to achieve your diet goals.

They even calculate your BMI and add your food preferences and allergens!

The app is available to Android and Apple users via Google Play and App Store. Visit akly.co for more details. 


CARRIAGE

Carriage is one of Qatar’s fastest food delivery platforms that aims to provide the best food delivery service in Qatar. It has more than 2,000 restaurants and a wide variety of cuisines. In addition to Qatar, this app is available in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Egypt, and Bahrain.

Carriage also provides on-demand delivery service for other products including flowers, groceries, electronics and games, pharmacies, pet supplies, health supplements, optics, cosmetics and perfumes, and baby supplies.

The app is available to Android and Apple users via Google Play and App Store. Check out trycarriage.com for more information about this app. 


TALABAT

Talabat

Talabat is the largest online food delivery company in the Middle East. It was founded in Kuwait and also operates in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE, Oman, Qatar, Jordan, and Egypt. Aside from restaurants, they also provide delivery service for groceries, pharmacies and flower shops.

They also offer free delivery service (depending on your area) and accepts cash and card payments.

The app is available to Android and Apple users via Google Play and App Store. Visit talabat.com/qatar for more information. 


RAFEEQ

Rafeeq is a local online food delivery platform that aims to provide the best delivery service across Qatar with no minimum charge and a live order tracker. Items offered by vendors can be viewed, customised*, ordered and tracked with only a few clicks. Rafeeq even has a points programme where one can collect points to be redeemed on future orders. You can also use Rafeeq to order groceries and other products from Al Meera.

The app is available to Android and Apple users via Google Play and App Store. Visit gorafeeq.com for more information about their delivery service. 


SnoonuSNOONU

Snoonu is one of the fastest delivery application in Qatar offering online shopping and food ordering services. In addition to food delivery, you can browse through their various product categories and save multiple addresses where you can have your order delivered. Looking for more personalised service? Call for a Snoonu personal concierge (3111 2215).

Snoonu app is available to Android and Apple users via Google Play and App Store. Visit snoonu.com for more information. 


WISHBOX

Wishbox is another popular online ordering platform in Qatar for restaurants that focuses more on improving customer-restaurant affiliation. It is a multi-vendor app that gives access to their online services to thousands of potential customers in your neighbourhood. The app is established by Wishbox Technologies, a software solution provider driven by innovation-led applications that implement different technologies in full-scope, with platforms targeted to deliver a robust, user-friendly interface that enhances business.

The app is available to Android and Apple users via Google Play and Apple Store. Visit wishboxonline.com for more information about their delivery service. 


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