New York, NY, June 01, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- A brand new site is aiming to be the Craigslist of the restaurant industry by providing restaurant owners with the ability to take orders online, and users to place food orders online with No contracts, No fees, and No obligation whatsoever.
Danny Rajani, Owner of the website mymealworld.com, describes the service as a convenient way for people to order food online from restaurants in your local area, at the exact price that you would pay otherwise. It is convenient because people can order food without leaving their computer, or picking up the phone, in seconds.
There have been competitors in this industry such as seamless web and delivery.com. However, those websites are known to lock owners into contractual obligations and charge percentages which most restaurants would rather not pay.
For restaurant owners, My Meal World is a great service as well because they can list their restaurant for free, maintain their menu and expand their business, exposure and popularity by taking orders online. Most of all, there are no contractual obligations or fees of any kind, nor will there ever be.
The service works as follows:
-Users enter their zip code and browse a list of restaurants willing to deliver to their area.
-The user selects a restaurant and browses their menu.
-The user selects items, and the restaurant is then sent the order by fax or email.
-The restaurant delivers the order, and the customer pays the delivery boy as normal.
Simple as that.
Furthermore, users can create a profile which has the ability to save a user's orders so they can place them again in the future, without having to fill out extra information.
My Meal World hopes to be big in the restaurant industry, so be sure to check them out whether you are just the average food patron, or a restaurant owner. Their website is here: www.mymealworld.com