After launching in London last summer, Uber's food delivery service UberEats has expanded to Manchester, Birmingham, and recently, it added the useful option of scheduling post-pub burger drop-offs ahead of time. Tomorrow, UberEats is heading further north to its first Scottish city of Edinburgh, where deliveries from over 70 partner restaurants will be available from 11AM (no breakfast option yet, we're afraid). Deliveroo has been operating in Edinburgh for the best part of two years now, so expensive on-demand grub isn't entirely new to its residents, but more choice is never a bad thing.
If you don't live close enough to the city centre to be covered by the launch zone, UberEats asks you not fret. It expects to begin adding more restaurants to the service and expanding the delivery area within a matter of weeks, with a launch in Glasgow also not "far behind."