With a population of 30,000, the British Overseas Territory Gibraltar are finally giving their residents a takeaway ordering app, and have lovingly named it Hungry Monkey after the Rock’s most famous resident macaques. This means that Gibraltarians can now order and pay for all their favourite restaurants and takeaways directly from their smartphone.
Gib residents simply need to download Hungry Monkey Gibraltar for free from the App Store and Google Play. They then select which restaurant they would like to order from, choose what they would like to order and then pay- all in a matter of seconds. They also have full flexibility to choose how they would like it delivered, or when they would like to pick up their order.
Pizza Hut, Dominos and legendary sandwich joint Ramsons are already available on the app- and many more will be joining shortly.
Mat Caldwell, founder of Hungry Monkey says ‘I’m very excited to be introducing such innovative technology to Gibraltar. It was about time that Gibraltar’s variety of cuisine was made available for smartphone ordering. It was Preoday’s multi-outlet capability and ability to adapt to each takeaway’s requirements that made them the obvious decision. I am already looking forward to how we can take Hungry Monkey even further by including online ordering as well as expanding to the non-takeaway market such as retail, corporate caterers and even hotels.’
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