A Food Festival in your hands

    There is an endless amount of good things about a food festival, and I’m sure that I’m not the only one missing them.

    Uber Eats however, is bringing Your Local Food Fest from 18 to 30 June to celebrate the diversity of cuisines across the country and lifts the lid on the exotic local restaurants behind some of Australia’s favourite dishes.

    The Uber Eats app is a boarding pass to 13 days of deals on 13 different and delicious cuisine types from all across the world – all available in the palm of your hand.

    Day one: a ticket to Tokyo. Japanese cuisine is still very popular across Australia with ramen keeping eaters satisfied all year round. Fun fact, the total length of all the noodles ordered on the Uber Eats app in 2019 was 9 times longer than the distance from Sydney to Tokyo.

    To kick off Your Local Food Fest, you can get 30% off your order of $20 or more from participating Japanese restaurants (excluding delivery fee and up to a maximum $30 off the total value of your order).

    Head to the promotions tab in the Uber Eats app and enter the code ‘SUPPORTLOCALJP’ to redeem the day one offer.

    There are more promotions on offer every day of the campaign, with Uber Eats picking up the tab on all of them, so if you don’t want to board the sushi train there are still a dozen other foodie adventures to embark on.

    Look for clues every morning on the dedicated Your Local Food Fest website, where you can also learn more about the chefs, and their cuisines.

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