Zomato launches ‘Myles Hunger Drive’

New Delhi: Leading self-drive service, Myles has tied up with Zomato to introduce, ‘Myles Hunger Drive’. The Myles Hunger Drive will be a curated collection of restaurants for the adventurous and offbeat driving enthusiasts to explore quirky dining options in Delhi.

The partnership will offer the Delhiites a great opportunity to plan their own food tours across Delhi in a luxurious manner.

The Myles Hunger Drive Collection features several unconventional gems, including Cafe Lota, a pan-Asian restaurant tucked away in the National Crafts Museum, SodaBottleOpenerWala, a Parsi favourite known for its elegant ambiance and delicious food, Guppy by Ai, an anime themed Japanese restaurant and many more.

Through this partnership, Myles customers across 21 cities will also be able to avail of an exclusive online ordering discount on Zomato. Users can choose from 38 different car models ranging from electric cars to SUVs to luxury cars on an hourly, daily, or weekly basis, depending on their mood and preferences.

Commenting on this partnership Founder and CEO, Myles Sakshi Vij said, “Zomato has always been responsible for our culinary adventures across the country and beyond. With this association, we wanted Myles and Zomato users to make these adventures even more fun.”

“At Myles, we have seen that a large number of our customers now pick up Myles cars to explore the cities they live in. We expect the Myles Hunger Drive to give Delhi many more reasons to drive,” added Sakshi.

According to SVP Growth, Zomato, Pramod Rao, “We’re constantly looking for ways to provide our users rich dining experiences and an additional value proposition. This alliance with Myles, one of the leading players in the self-drive car rental service space in India, is a step further in that direction.”

Myles has always been committed to make ‘Self-Drive’ a convenient service for its customers who can avail all the benefits of owning a car without the liability of installments, maintenance and the commitment to a single car. (ANI)