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Review: Foodler

11/22/2011 08:18:00 PM
My doctor recently told me that I needed to start eating a low-fat diet.  I think the exact words were "Stop eating tator tots for breakfast, fatty!"  Therefore, I've cut down on things that taste good and started eating egg whites and oatmeal.  Bleh.

Bloggery media rep Anna tried Foodler recently.  Hopefully she had something tastier than egg whites and oatmeal.  Here's what she had to say:

Foodler is extremely easy to use and easily my go-to website for ordering food for delivery. I don't even bother checking out the individual restaurants' policy because sometimes, you don't really know what you wanna' eat until you're given some options. 

With Foodler, you enter your address and Foodler gives you a list of restaurants, organized by cuisines, that will deliver to you. Not only that, many restaurants have discounts, rebates, and free stuff that comes with your order. Most restaurants don’t have delivery fees and if they do, it’s rather minimal. I find that it is a better deal to order from Foodler than to go to the restaurant itself! 

And for those of us who never have any cash on them, like myself, Foodler allows you to add tip onto your bill when you place the order so that when the delivery guy comes, all you have to do is smile and sign your receipt. Don’t worry about waiting forever, Foodler gives you an estimated time frame of when you food will arrive and indeed, it arrives on time.

Click (here) to visit Foodler.


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1 Response to "Review: Foodler"

  1. Dominique Moran Said,

    Foodler SUCKS!!! I placed an order with them tonight. They got the order wrong and forgot to include ketchup and silverware with 2 fries and 2 cheeseburger platters. So I called to complain only because they did this to me twice. So I reach someone by the name of Gabriel.. He was very disrespectful and insensitive. He stated that foodler was just a portal and they in turn send the orders to other vendors and that he basically did not care that my order was incorrect and imcomplete. Because Foodler was not responsible. So I'm stuck at a hotel with raw burgers no silverware and NO ketchup and out of $40

    Posted on 11/10/12, 7:50 PM

     
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