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Imagine a situation where your relatives surprise you at home and you have to prepare food for them. Juggling between socialising and cooking is tough job, so you either sent out someone to get food or pick up the telephone directory to find the number of the nearest restaurant. Hold it right there, now ordering food is just a click away, all you have to do now is log on to is an online food ordering portal that allows the customers to browse through menus of over 800+ restaurants and also offers variety of options that include book a table, cakes, corporate bookings, caterers and gift a food. Customers can avail this option either through cash on delivery or through credit or debit cards.

Online food ordering is the easiest and best way to order food. All you have to do is log on to, enter your location and search. You get to choose from an array of restaurants in your area. Now view the menu and order food from your favourite restaurant. Pay via cash or card. It is that simple and easy.

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The feature packed website also lets you gift food to your loved ones. Yummybay gives users the option to gift food to their relatives and friends for those special occasions that matter the most. At Yummybay, users get options to choose from a wide variety of cakes with images and detailed descriptions from bakers in their locality, delivered. Now you can surprise your friends and family with a cake for every occasion, with tie-ups with some of the top notch bakers in town. “The introduction of cakes to our Portfolio has been a great Success” says Ketty Cherian.

With an expertise of processing 100s of orders everyday, they have started their operations in Chennai. The launch in Chennai was inspired from their grand success in Kerala. The site has been portrayed as the one which offers holistic food solutions for more than half a million customers online in Kerala. They also have a dedicated multi lingual customer care that works 24*7 to take care of any issues that could arise for the users or the restaurants. They use all modern techniques for security including IP address tracking to process each and every order.

"With the ever growing internet population, the potential of this service is never limited in India" says Ketty Cherian when asked about the scope of business. Yummybay plans to launch in all major cities across India and also expand its services to other countries in Middle East and Europe in the coming years.

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