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Food Delivery Service Brings the Kitchen to the Customer Rocketchefs

Food Delivery Service Brings the Kitchen to the Customer

2016-01-28 14:45

If you are tired of ordering food online and receiving a cold or unfresh dish at your doorstep the Indian startup Rocketchefs might be worth a try.

Most delivery services cook ordered meals in their restaurants and then transport it to the customers, but this is not the way to do it according to Rocketchefs. A Indian startup who in October 2015 launched its operations in Gurgaon, India.

Instead Rocketchefs, who calls itself "a gourmet food mobile delivery service", brings the kitchen to the customer using its mobile food bikes and especially designed food vans. With their crust pizzas and gourmet kebabs, Rocketchefs aims to take the online food business to the next level by providing them completely on demand.

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Sprinkling the Garnish at the Doorstep

Customers simply place their order through a mobile app, or by calling in it, and then Rocketchefs will send the nearest pizza van to their location using geolocation. At arrival a chef will sometimes even cook the pizza on site providing the customer with a freshly cooked meal, The New Indian Express reports.

– The main idea is to reduce the time from the oven to the table to seven minutes and ensure that the client gets the food as fresh and hot as he or she expects it to be while ordering, says Ramnidhi Wasan, founder and CEO of Rocketchefs.

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