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Whether you’re craving deep dish pizza or pad thai, starting today you can order food from some of your favorite restaurants directly from Google search results.

When you search for a nearby restaurant on your phone, you’ll see an option to “Place an order” in the search results. Just tap that, choose the delivery service and you’ll be taken to their website to complete the order.

Initially, you’ll be able to order via six providers in the US — Seamless, Grubhub, Eat24, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu and MyPizza.com — but we’ll be looking to add more in the future.
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Thanks You Google ...
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This makes so much sense for Google and I really like the appointment booking feature for SMBs too!
 
Next time in SF it is on our hit list!
 
+Google how would a service like this in another country let you know they are interested in being part of this?  Awesome for the USA and know that you probably won't roll it out in other countries for a while, but would like to be involved when it happens here in NZ.  
 
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Can Google pay for my food?

I don't mean handle the transaction, I mean actually pay...
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Nothing but the best you can get with 
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This time I'm going to past,but I have my pizza places on speed dial on my phone,when I do pizza I do it by speed dial and talk to a person.lol
 
Wow is this a global feature or US only?
 
+Kenneth Goh US only at the moment.  But they say they plan to roll it out elsewhere in the future.  
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中国很多人也非常喜欢谷歌的服务,欢迎重返中国
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How expensive is the delivery service?
 
Surprise, surprise no support for UK or anywhere else... Damn you first world problems!
 
This is great news for the eat24 and Grubhubs of this World. Until Google has collected enough suppliers and hookes them up directly without the help of intermediaries.

For intermediaries it's a two-sided sword...

But then again they are big advertising customers and there might be other viable monetization avenues, as +Mike Blumenthal points out in his interesting blog post http://blumenthals.com/blog/2015/05/07/google-rolls-out-mobile-local-business-orders-and-appointments/
 
Sounds great especially for me who loves to eat out but due to medical problems have a hard time moving around! 
 
@Google, how does a provider get involved in this program? 
 
What if the site also accept orders (i.e. has an ecommerce enabled platform for that)? Is there a markup (RDFa or else) that need to apply here? Or will you also pick it up and show the site as well in the list?
 
I can't figure out how to get to that page on any food-to-go places I Google Search :(  I even tried the restaurant Mission Chinese in SF as demoed in the GIF in the post.  No luck.
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Please bring back "OK Google" Detection from any screen because it is a very convenient feature. You could have it set to "off" as default and for people that want the feature, we can just turn it on. Much appreciated. Great service by the way but I'm rating the app as 1 star until the feature comes back. It was a very great part of the app. It facilitated the interaction with me and my phone.
 
looking forward to this coming to the UK. We will happily support this and would love to be part of it when it launches in the UK
 
What about local providers who provide online ordering service at much lower rates to restaurants?  What about restaurants who have their own systems?  This is will simply kill local markets.  Restaurants will be forced to increase prices by 20%, restaurants will be paying double for advertising  (1 to advertise their business and get a customer, 2 every time they sell to that customer through a Google Search). 

It's unfortunate to say this, but there was not much of a thought process that went into this release and should be reversed.  
 
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If you want to be included as a provider, who should you reach out to?
 
There is a delivery service here named "Foody Call", never used it but thought the name was clever.
 
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Always innovative. I want to work for Google. 
 
Amazing. Hope I'll code something like this soon.
 
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Genial!!! Por favor, pronto para Colombia!!
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Can you pay with Google wallet?
 
How do you create the plugin API that connects to this? Anyone?
 
Is google allowing this for other ordering companies?
 
We represent 500 restaurants in canada. Applied 2 weeks ago. Haven't heard a word since. There is no way to get transferred. I guess it's exclusive to "friends" of Google. 
 
I work with a company that also offers online ordering. This change is definitely problematic to clients.

We have been diligently trying to identify a solution which will stop the harm being caused to restaurants. Like many other comments on here, we have been unable to get our service linked. We are now wondering whether the only solution is to work with other companies and their clients who are being hurt by google and start a class action lawsuit.

It seems Google is unwilling to address the problem they have started. How simple would it be to allow businesses to designate which services they want represented?

I find it very hard to believe this was a simple oversight on the part of Google. This is seems clearly to be abuse of their dominant position.

Has anybody found a good solution?
 
If you are serious about this. I have about 500 online ordering clients. I'm sure 200 of them would join a class action lawsuit.

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+Duessa Holscher Have you found a solution for your clients? Were you able to register your platform as a provider? IF so, would you mind sharing?
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