The restaurant, which welcomes customers from the hotel, as well as non-staying guests, offers a mediterranean menu of pizza and pasta, plus mouth-watering burgers. Also on offer are quirky editions including black pudding fritters.
Customers can place their order for delivery or collection via Oscars’ website, or by downloading its mobile app on Google Play or the App Store. The restaurant is using Preoday partner, Paymentsense, to process online card payments.
As part of the launch, customers can claim free delivery on their first order through the service.
Ritz Randev, Oscars, comments: “We are excited to give customers the opportunity to pre-order their food for delivery or collection – it’s a great way to empower our loyal followers. They can now choose to enjoy our food in the manner that suits them best. Casio and Preoday have proved to be supportive partners during the set up of the service; the technology integration was smooth and we are confident in the capability of the combined solutions.”
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday, adds: “Oscars is an ideal client for Preoday, demonstrating the power of digital ordering for the customer on the street, as well as the hotel audience. These days many hotels struggle to capture their guests’ attention at meal times. With so many options on the highstreet, it’s heightened customer experiences such as the one they will encounter on Oscars’ ordering platform that prove a deciding factor in where to eat.”
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