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Pierre
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Home delivery cold food
Tonight I order fajitas at 545. They got delivered at 615. Pretty quick IMO

Problem is they are cold. How do I place an order at 545 and it’s dropped at my door at 615 and it’s cold. I don’t think it’s a delivery service problem. I believe the restaurant is selling me dying plates. This has happened before and it’s easy for the restaurant to blame the delivery service. Thoughts?


List Eater
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Htown
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re: Home delivery cold food
Well they can't all be winners can they


LouisianaLady
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re: Home delivery cold food
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I believe the restaurant is selling me dying plates.


Like someone’s food they didn’t take? That is such a rarity that I highly doubt that’s it.


Pierre
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2005
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re: Home delivery cold food
Ok. Thanks? I’m wondering if anyone else has these issues with waitr or door dash. This has happened multiple times with different restaurants. Is it the delivery service or the restaurant that needs to take the blame?


LouisianaLady
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Member since Mar 2009
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re: Home delivery cold food
It’s the delivery service.


Pierre
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
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re: Home delivery cold food
Appreciate the reply.

I’m just wondering how I get cold fajitas delivered 30 minutes after I order them. Those things usually are hotter than the sun !! Lol


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Pierre
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2005
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re: Home delivery cold food
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t’s the delivery service.


How?


Martini
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Near Athens
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re: Home delivery cold food
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Ok. Thanks? I’m wondering if anyone else has these issues with waitr or door dash. This has happened multiple times with different restaurants. Is it the delivery service or the restaurant that needs to take the blame?




Have you ever gotten hot food? Only food I’ve had delivered that was hot is pizza which is why it is now the only thing I’ll order.


LouisianaLady
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2009
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re: Home delivery cold food
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How?


A restaurant receives your order and cooks it. They don’t just have a bunch of random cooked food sitting around, I promise. It’s the 30 minutes sitting that makes it cold.

Hell. My home cooking gets cold if I just take a call before serving myself. Food cools down quickly.


Pierre
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2005
4865 posts

re: Home delivery cold food
Yes. The only time I’ve gotten cold was the last 2 deliveries


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Pierre
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2005
4865 posts

re: Home delivery cold food
Come to think of it. I ordered last year and they pulled it out of insulated bags. Last 2 times it was a paper and plastic bag. Yep. Your right. It’s delivery.


LouisianaLady
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Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Mar 2009
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re: Home delivery cold food
That’s the one real con to delivery.. I hear ya, friend.


Pierre
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2005
4865 posts

re: Home delivery cold food
Thanks
This post was edited on 3/19 at 10:02 pm


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OldHickory
LSU Fan
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re: Home delivery cold food
These meal delivery services are so overrated and overpriced.


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potent357
New Orleans Saints Fan
Prairieville
Member since Jan 2010
3727 posts

re: Home delivery cold food
Next time go the same restaurant and place a to go order. Time it so you get back to your home 30 minutes later and see how cold your food is when you arrive. Then you will see that food does not stay warm for very long if it is not in an insulated bag during transport.


Pierre
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Nov 2005
4865 posts

re: Home delivery cold food
Well to be fair it Didnt take them 30 minutes. It takes 10 min to cook if they get to it right away, 3 min to plate and package so at worst it took them 17 min to deliver.

Still they should be carrying food in insulated bags. Why the hell don’t they? I thought they used to?


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