Z & Y Restaurant & Chili House Offer Web Ordering and Delivery of Chinese Food

Z & Y Restaurant and its sister operation Chili House are now offering speedy online ordering and delivery through partnerships with TryCaviar.com and Eat24Hours.com.

Hungry customers craving Chinese food in the San Francisco Bay area will be thrilled to know Z & Y Restaurant and its sister operation Chili House are now offering speedy online ordering and delivery.

Partnering with powerful online food delivery platforms TryCaviar.com and Eat24Hours.com, the eateries’ owners say they’re extremely excited by the opportunity to start serving their outstanding dishes outside the immediate vicinity of their kitchens.

“Our partnership with Eat24 and Caviar really could not have come at a better time,” Executive Chef Han says. “As the popularity of our dishes and establishment continues to grow, we feel including an online ordering and delivery option is really a wonderful way for us to keep growing the business without further crowding our already-busy restaurants. This is really a win-win-win situation for everyone involved, but especially our customers. We are very excited to start sending our food out into the community.”

As the popularity of online ordering also continues to grow, Caviar and Eat24 continue to stand above other services that lack convenience, efficiency and ease-of-ordering. And with the popularity of Chili House and Z & Y Restaurant steadily growing year over year, the move to online ordering is expected to further bolster the restaurants’ margins and outreach dramatically while enhancing their reputations as one of the best chinese restaurants in San Francisco.

“We definitely wanted to go with these two services as they are highly praised by other restaurants for helping to improve business and keep customers happy,” Han says. “It was a no-brainer after we started doing a little bit of research. They really complement each other well, we thought.”

Used across the country in some of the U.S.’s largest and most populous cities, Caviar lets customers track their meals in real time using GPS, and does not require a minimum dollar amount to be spent on an order. And what’s best: the service gives the first delivery away for free.

Eat24 offers a more social aspect to the ordering process, letting customers share their favorite meals and leave reviews of restaurants after receiving the meal.

Both services offer robust search features, making it very easy for customers to browse menus from some of the best establishments across the city. And with the ability to quickly make payments online with PayPal.

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