US-based food pre-ordering platform Allset has launched a redesigned app and website, which will make it easier for diners to find and order food from restaurants locally.

Recently, Allset raised $8.35m in new funding and is currently working with more than 2,500 restaurants across the country to provide an easy takeout and dine-in experience with minimum service time.

No-contact pickup, kerbside pickup and contactless dine-in options are available that will allow diners to view the menu, order, pay and tip before they enter the restaurant or when already inside.

Allset chief product officer Anna Polishchuk said: “We have rebuilt the foundation of our app and website to offer diners an improved experience of exploring and getting daily eats at restaurants nearby.

“The upcoming features that we are building on top of that will be another big step toward Allset’s vision of everyday dining that is safe, efficient and tailored to each diner’s preferences and lifestyle.”

The new features that make takeout and dine-in experience seamless are offered to all of Allset’s diners on iOS and Android apps as well as through the website.

The redesigned Allset app now features a new map layout for improved discovery for diners and improved filtering for better search.

Other enhancements include order tracking with live status updates, fast reordering and easy access to deals.

Independent restaurants and restaurant chains, including Joe & The Juice, Buffalo Wild Wings, Subway, Freshii, illy Caffè, Bareburger, Pokéworks, by CHLOE, The Bean, The Halal Guys, BurgerIM and many more have partnered with Allset app for its pre-ordering technology.