Kendal fish and chip fans can now can now pre-order their favourite dishes from Frydays of Kendal for collection and delivery. The Cumbrian fish and chip shop has teamed with Preoday to offer mobile and online ordering service for customers. The app is available for download from App Store and the Google Play. Orders can also be placed via their website.
The family-run business is one of Cumbria’s most popular fish and chips shops in the North West and have recently been shortlisted as one of the UK’s top 20 outlets at the 2019 National Fish and Chip Awards. With the support of loyal customers and a reputation for excellent food, the introduction of digital ordering will no doubt further add to their success.
Martin Dickens, Owner, Frydays of Kendal, comments: “At Frydays of Kendal we pride ourselves on the freshness of our food and cooking to order ensures quality is maintained. With designated collection times in place, customers get that high quality without having to wait for it. We are certain that they will be as excited about the opportunity to pre-order food from us as we are to cook it for them.”
Nick Hucker, CEO, Preoday adds: “We are delighted to be working with Frydays of Kendal, adding to our growing list of fish and chip shop clients. Using Preoday has allowed them to create an own-brand platform, to access new revenue streams and to offer a faster, more personalised service”
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