Talabat makes delivery free in Qatar

Order from your nearby restaurants and don't pay extra for delivery

Talabat makes delivery free in Qatar

Since you’re spending a lot of time in, you’re probably ordering home deliveries more than you ever have.

And the good news is delivery company Talabat has waived delivery fees in Qatar in support of local restaurant partners and customers.

This means you will now be able to order from restaurants near you without paying additional charges for delivery.

Using Talabat’s in-app location-based technology, you can choose free delivery from a multitude of different restaurants and cuisines nearby.

“The safety of our customers, restaurant partners, riders and our employees is without a doubt our top priority. Everything else is secondary. We already started taking precautionary measures within our delivery ecosystem in January to ensure safety comes first,” said Talabat’s CEO Tomaso Rodriguez.

“At the same time, ensuring business continuity for our restaurant partners business is important. By leveraging our technology, we’re encouraging our customers to order from nearby restaurant partners who may be seeing dine-in rates dropping due to uncertainty around COVID-19,” he said.

“We are well prepared, and are working with local authorities to ensure the safety of our customers, riders and restaurant partners, in each market that we operate.”

You can download the Talabat app from Google Play or the Apple App Store.

If you’re not sure where to order from, check out Doha’s best takeaways and home deliveries here.

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