Online food ordering and delivery platform Uber Eats has added Chef Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants in London to its app, according to a report by the Evening Standard.

Ramsay’s Street Pizza, Street Burger, Pizza East and Bread Street Kitchen brands were introduced to the meal delivery service in September.

Uber Eats UK general manager Matthew Price was quoted by the publication as saying: “We’re delighted that so many brilliant restaurants have joined Uber Eats in London. Customers have an amazing selection to choose from.”

However, Ramsay’s flagship restaurant on Hospital Road has not been added to the app.

With this new addition, Ramsay’s restaurants will join other brands Uber Eats served such as Yolk, Honi Poke and Neapolitan pizzeria Cinquecento.

So far this year, Uber Eats has added brands such as Brorittos, What the Pitta, Eat Lebö, Skewd Kitchen, It’s All Greek To Me, Roti King, Tofu Vegan, Gunpowder and Halo Burger in London.

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The delivery company is set to increase its London list further by adding Sonora Taqueria, Sushi Murasaki, Italian restaurant Il Bianco, Truffle Burger and the Chinese noodle shop YUN.

In July this year, US-based restaurant brand Five Guys partnered with Uber Eats to expand its reach across the UK.

The London Post reported that this partnership will allow customers from London, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Newcastle, York, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Leicester, Southampton and Sheffield to place their Five Guys orders through Uber Eats.

The news agency quoted Five Guys brand and customer director Paul Hamilton as stating: “Our fresh, made-to-order burgers, fries and shakes have become iconic since we launched in the UK ten years ago.”