Fantuan Delivery, an Asian food delivery service platform founded in Vancouver, Canada, has entered the UK market.

The company will initially operate in London and has plans to extend its service to other major cities in the UK, including Birmingham and Liverpool.

UK customers can download the Fantuan Delivery app to place food orders.

Fantuan Delivery founder and CEO Randy Wu said: “Entry into the British market is an important step as we expand globally.

“Fantuan will bring Asian food delivery to the next level in Britain, ensuring British consumers enjoy a convenient food delivery service with more choices at more affordable prices.

“Fantuan has been a quick success since it entered the Australian market in March of this year, and this makes me strongly believe that we will see similar success and satisfaction from users in Britain.”

Fantuan said that its technology closely connects business owners with customers.

The company entered the Australian market in March, and the company is said to have since partnered with nearly 1,000 restaurants in the region.

In Australia, the company started its operations in Sydney and Melbourne but has now also established a presence in Canberra.

In North America, it has more than 1.5 million users and delivers Asian food in more than 40 cities.

With its entry into the UK, Fantuan is now delivering Asian food across three continents.