Smartphone usage has seen a sharp incline recently, with businesses expanding their reach onto online platforms. Unsurprisingly, Saudi Arabia’s food industry has seen massive growth in users ordering online (mainly Food Delivery Apps).
The popularity of food delivery apps has been on the rise, with newer apps popping up. There are so many apps that it takes time for new users to navigate.
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Hence, we have listed the top 10 Food Delivery Apps you should use to order your food at home in Saudi Arabia.
List Of Top 10 Best Food Delivery Apps In Saudi Arabia
Jahez is Saudi’s leading food delivery app, delivering in over 20 cities across the Kingdom.
The app has a user base of over 3 million, completing at least 20 million orders annually.
The app has amassed over 34,000 delivery partners throughout the country.
It is not limited to serving food; they deliver groceries and other non-food items.
It is an entirely free-to-use app. In addition, the orders are swiftly taking approximately 30 minutes to give.
Nana covers 12 cities, including those such as Jeddah, Makkah, and Madinah.
The app supports groceries as well as home essentials.
Restaurants using Nana to expand their products participate in a training program to ensure that the products are top-tier.
It comprises three different apps, the first for store owners.
Second for the riders who deliver food, and the third is for online shoppers.
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Currently operating in over 23 cities, Shgardi serves over 3 million customers.
Created by Abdulaziz Al Mousa, In Khobar, in late 2019, Shgardi was launched.
They have partnered with at least 15,000 restaurants and vendors.
Currently, 37,000+ riders operate with Shgardi, reaching food, groceries, and medicines to its customers’ doorsteps.
The app has been up for a decade, appearing in 2012. HungerStation was the first of its kind in the country.
It covers 72 cities across Bahrain and the Kingdom, with over 10,000 restaurants.
HungerStation has been relatively popular this past decade despite being the middleman between customers and restaurants.
Talabat is one of the first-ever food delivery apps, founded in Kuwait in 2004.
It serves day and night and is accessible in 7 countries across the Middle East.
More than 100,000 orders are completed daily by Over 4,500 restaurants through the app.
ToYou is available in 30 cities across the Kingdom. The app delivers your food, offers rides, and allows you to send parcels to family and friends.
Moreover, the app also allows you to see your rider deliver your order on a live map.
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7) The Chefz
The Chefz targets people who prefer to deliver from exclusive restaurants and bakeries.
Currently, the app is only limited to Riyadh, with further plans to extend to Jeddah and Dammam.
Jahez International Company, the developers of the “Jahez” app, currently own The Chefz.
Lugmety is a 24/7 delivery app. It enables you to order food and groceries and make restaurant reservations.
Furthermore, it offers catering for public and private events.
But lugmety is only available in Jeddah, Riyadh, and Makkah.
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9) KFC Saudi Arabia
KFC is famous around the globe for its affordability. The chain has 220 restaurants scattered throughout the Kingdom.
It has an app with over a million users.
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MrSool may be the largest food delivery platform. The number of users exceeds 12 million, with over a million restaurants.
Its user rating is the highest among other apps that deliver from various stores.
Clothing, accessories, car components, and groceries are all available to order.
To summarize, food delivery is a beneficial service. Using one is like a personal assistant, but choosing one can be challenging.
We hope this list helps you select an app you prefer!