US-based fast food restaurant chain Pei Wei Asian Kitchen has partnered with on-demand food delivery service Postmates to deliver food to its customers.
With the new delivery service, customers can order Pei Wei’s delicious Asian cuisine including customisable bento boxes, house-made cauliflower rice, house-chopped veggies and flank steak with no delivery fee through Postmates.
Pei Wei ecommerce and digital marketing director Douglas Kwong said: “We’re excited to team up with Postmates to offer Pei Wei fans free delivery. Delivery is very popular among our guests, so we are looking forward to elevating this convenience with Postmates.”
To place orders, customers can visit postmates.com or download Postmates app on iOS or Android mobile devices.
Customers will be able to get free delivery by subscribing to Postmates subscription service, Postmates Unlimited, for an annual fee of $7.99 per month.
Postmates merchant lead senior vice-president Dan Mosher said: “We are thrilled to add Pei Wei Asian Kitchen to our already long list of partners.
“Our goal is to provide our customers with the most choices of any delivery platform, giving them the ability to have anything delivered on demand and adding Pei Wei to our offering takes us closer to that goal.”
Established in 2000, Pei Wei currently owns and operates restaurants in 20 states. They offer a range of menu items including rice, noodle and salad bowls, cauliflower rice, bento boxes, and lighter options such as lettuce wraps and sushi.
Postmates offers an on-demand delivery service from over 500,000 merchants in nearly 3,000 cities across the US and Mexico.