Los Angeles-based restaurant group Sushi Nozawa has selected on-demand delivery firm Postmates as the delivery and pickup partner for its Sugarfish and KazuNori brands.
Postmates will deliver all the orders from Sugarfish, KazuNori and its subsidiary HiHo Cheeseburger for $5.99.
Sugarfish is a full-service restaurant that offers dining options including a range of sushi menu items, whereas KazuNori is a casual restaurant that serves hand rolls.
Postmates SVP and merchant lead Dan Mosher said: “As the market leader in Los Angeles and given our expansive growth in New York City, we are confident that we do an incredible job serving a forward-thinking brand like the Sushi Nozawa Group.”
Under the partnership, the on-demand delivery firm will launch Postmates Pickup service in Los Angeles and New York City to serve customers of the three restaurants in the coming weeks.
The company recently launched the service in San Francisco, allowing customers to order and pay for their items without any delivery fee.
Sushi Nozawa Group co-founder Jerry Greenberg said: “Whether our guests visit our restaurants or eat at home – the quality of our food is always our top concern.
“Focusing our efforts with one exclusive partner allows us to deliver the best food and experience possible for our guests.”
Apart from the three restaurants, Sushi Nozawa Group also operates Nozawa Bar, a fine dining, omakase-only sushi bar.
Founded in 2011, Postmates offers on-demand delivery services from restaurants and stores to customers in more than 50 US markets.