Google will now let you order food for delivery straight from search results

Google will now let you order food for delivery straight from search results

Another day, another feature added to Google.com to make everything you ever need to do on the Web doable via Google search.

Starting today, you can Google search your favorite restaurant and if it exists on Seamless, GrubHub, Eat24, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu and MyPizza.com, you’ll be able to order meals for delivery straight from the card results.

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The feature makes sense if you’re hankering for something from a specific restaurant rather than searching for a type of cuisine. Otherwise, we’re willing to bet your favorites are already under your Seamless account’s “Recently Ordered” tab.

Google says it is working to add support for more delivery providers, but based on the names above, it looks like this feature is US-only for the time being. For everyone else, please see your telephone to the left.

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