Foodmandu, Nepal’s first online food delivery company, has completed 11 years of successful operation. The company, which came into existence on November 11, 2010, has over 700 partner restaurants in the Kathmandu Valley and Pokhara. Customers can order their favorite meals from restaurants with Foodmandu via the mobile application and website. The company has also been delivering groceries under Foodmandu Fresh.
“11 years of operations is an important milestone for us where we experienced many ups and downs along the way”, says Manohar Adhikari, Founder and Managing Director of the company. “We are planning to expand our services to other major cities of the country soon. We are working on providing the best customer service to meet the expectations and demands of our customers”, the official said.
On account of the anniversary, Foodmandu has introduced attractive discounts every day for 11 days. “We have attractive combos and deals starting at Rs. 1111 from the best restaurants in town, and we are also offering never-seen-before anniversary menu from our partner restaurants”, says Shyam Ratna Mali, Head of Brand Marketing and Business Development at the company.
According to the company’s strategy to reach newer audiences and enter new markets, Foodmandu has also collaborated with the most preferred and popular calendar mobile application, Hamro Patro. Users will soon be able to order food directly from Foodmandu from the Hamro Patro mobile application.
On our special day, we would like to especially thank our partner restaurants, hotels, and others associated with us, says the official.
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