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A new app connects cooks to customers

Everyone loves to tuck in to a good restaurant takeaway, but it still doesn’t beat a home-cooked meal. A new app—Tuckout—tries to do just that by bringing home-cooked and restaurant meals directly to your home.

Tuckout (www.tuckout.com.au) has been designed to bring the best cooking in town to your doorstep, and dramatically increase the number of takeaway food options that you can choose from, says founder Sohan Aloysius Domingo, who adds that the app can be downloaded either from Google Play or the App Store.

“Tuckout can help home-cooks turn their passion into part-time or regular income. Our technology takes care of the ordering. Home cooks can also accept pre-orders to help plan the cooking. All they have to do is select which orders they want to cook”

When customers download the Tuckout app, they unlock food options in their neighbourhood. “While you may already know some of the restaurants in your area, Tuckout can uncover hidden secrets that you didn’t know existed. Perhaps someone on your street can cook amazing South American food, and perhaps someone a few blocks away can cook the best Indian curries in town,” says Sohan.

The app allows customers to locate new takeaway options by distance from your location, type of cuisine, opening hours and more, as well as allows them to either pick up the food or have it door-delivered.

“Tuckout can help home-cooks turn their passion into part-time or regular income,” says Sohan. Home cooks can set not only their menu and prices, but their business hours as well. “Our technology takes care of the ordering. Home cooks can also accept pre-orders to help plan the cooking. All they have to do is select which orders they want to cook,” he adds.

It’s a win-win for restaurants too, says customers pay for their meals after the order is sent to them, so payment is guaranteed.

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