Deliveries in JerusalemFeeling hungry for a good meal, but either don’t want to or can’t go out – no babysitter, cold weather, too busy, you name it – grocery shopping day is still a few days away and you can’t stomach another omelet for dinner?
Feeling hungry for a good meal, but either don’t want to or can’t go out – no babysitter, cold weather, too busy, you name it – grocery shopping day is still a few days away and you can’t stomach another omelet for dinner? Or, it might be that you want to host a night in with friends or family, but without the headache and bother of cooking yourself and all the time, preparation and clean up that entails. Sound familiar? Jerusalemites are in luck, as there are dozens of restaurants, catering to a wide variety of styles, tastes and budgets, which offer delivery right to your door. Some restaurants offer direct online ordering, while many others allow you to view the menu online and then call in and place your order.
When ordering in, there are a number factors to consider. Once you've decided what style of food to go with (pizza, Chinese, burgers and sushi are just a handful of the available options), you’ll want to find out whether the restaurant you’re ordering from has a minimum for deliveries, which might range anywhere from 50-100 NIS. You’ll also want to find out how long the delivery will take from the time you place your order and until it’s delivered, and factor that information in when planning your meal or event. In neighborhoods close to the City Center deliveries can be at your door in as little as 20-30 minutes, whereas in neighborhoods further away it might take up to 45 minutes to an hour. Additionally, be sure to ask about payment options – most places accept a credit card over the phone, but you might still need cash to pay the tip. Finally, you’ll want to be clear on whether delivery is free or carries an extra charge.
Finding out which restaurants in Jerusalem offer deliveries is easy on GoJerusalem – just check in the “properties” section of every restaurant’s page.
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