HK Noodles, in Enfield, has launched a new online ordering service through Preoday. The Chinese restaurant, which has a dedicated fanbase in North London, will make its food available for collection or local delivery.
The new service is the latest update for the restaurant, which online reviews praise for its diverse and interesting menu, excellent katsu chicken curry and crispy vegetable tempura. It has also launched a brand new website and updated its diner with fresh decorations and design features.
HK Noodles comments: “Having an online ordering service isn’t new for the restaurant, a large volume of our takeaway and delivery customers already use digital platforms to order from us. However, while our service has been adequate, we have switched to Preoday in order to raise this to another level. With Preoday we are confident that we have a solid platform that will allow us to give customers the experience they want and deserve from us.”
Nick Hucker, CEO, Preoday adds: “Preoday’s robust technology, with open access to customer data and analytics, helps businesses enhance their user experience, understand and engage with guests – all without commission fees. We’re thrilled to work with HK Noodles on the next stage of its digital ordering journey and are certain that, in Preoday, it will find the solution it’s been looking for.”
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