Box Burger is the second restaurant on the Bray seafront to team up with Preoday and offer customers the opportunity to order from its popular menu, online. The new ordering service will be available seven days a week from 5pm for collection or delivery.
Sister restaurant to the award-winning Platform Pizza, Box Burger specialises in burgers with a vast choice on the menu for burger fans, with vegan and vegetarian options and a special Burger of The Month, complimented with nachos, tacos, and indulgent desserts. Catering to a tech-savvy crowd, the venue encourages customers to enjoy unique dining experiences; it has installed jacks in seating booths so customers can use their phones to play music within their booth. Its contemporary brand that makes it a perfect fit for digital ordering.
Once online ordering service is established, the Irish restaurant is considering an extension of the service to include a mobile ordering app.
Niall McMahon, Box Burger, comments: “Our customer base is diverse and it’s important that we provide them all with unique and enjoyable experiences. For some that means coming to our venue and eating here, for others, it means ordering a meal and eating it at venue of their choosing. Working with Preoday lets us offer the latter option and consequently boosts our brand within that audience.
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday comments: “There’s a reason Lovindublin said the food at Box Burger could stand easily in contention alongside the very best in the capital. This is an incredibly exciting restaurant and interest in it is rocketing. With the addition of its own digital ordering service, we fully expect to see it reach new heights in popularity and appeal. Box Burger is leading from the front in Ireland and we are thrilled to be joining it on its journey.”
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