Everyone is wondering how restaurant owners can make their restaurants safe amidst the coronavirus pandemic! With more people staying at home as a precaution against the novel coronavirus outbreak, the restaurant industry across the globe is may be in for a nightmare. The best way to patronize a restaurant during this pandemic is to order takeout and delivery.
Y the Wait is helping restaurant owners impacted by the COVID-19 by waiving service-fees. But, it’s no secret Y the Wait has become the first choice of restaurant owners to start takeaway and delivery as coronavirus looms over local restaurants, and also slowing business.
In this blog, we’ll list on how to tie up with Y the Wait.
How to register on Y the Wait
Step 1: Go to our ‘Become a restaurant partner’ link on the footer
Step 2: Fill in the basic details – Restaurant name, designation, contact details, etc.
Step 3: Once the registration form is submitted successfully, our representative will contact you to complete the sign-up process and documentation. We’ll assist you to start takeaway and delivery within a few hours. To complete the registration process, we’ll need the following details:
- Website link
- Menu Details
- Number of outlets
- Primary area of your restaurant
- Cost for two
- Type of Cuisine
You would also need to provide legal documents:
- Shop License
- FSSAI License
- GST number/PAN details
Step 4: You’ll receive a confirmation email from Y the Wait on your sign-up process is successful.
So, what are you waiting for? Partner with Y the Wait and pivot to a temporary cloud kitchen marketplace where your guests can still order their favourite food.
The Restaurant industry is facing extremely hard hit. They can’t work from home. As of now, their businesses can survive totally on contactless Take-away and delivery services. We’re providing complete support to restaurant owners at all levels to refocus the entire business on food delivery service. Together we’ll get through this!
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