6 days Are delivery apps hurting Montreal restaurants? MG -Local
It’s a busy Friday night at Atma restaurant on St-Laurent Blvd. Customers are pushing away thoughts of sub-zero temperatures by scooping nose-tingling butter chicken and chili paneer onto smoky naan bread. So far, the kitchen has had no trouble keeping up, but it’s almost 7:30 — prime time for delivery. The restaurant has three tablets that transmit orders from three food-delivery companies: Foodora, SkipTheDishes and Uber Eats. When the first order comes in, it’s from Foodora, which means Atma’s kitchen has 20 minutes to get the tandoori chicken, chicken biryani and daal makhani into recyclable takeaway containers for Foodora’s courier ... more