Restaurants urge customers to bypass food delivery platforms charging exorbitant fees


Some restaurant owners are hoping customers would consider ordering directly from them. — 123rf.com

PETALING JAYA: Local restaurants are urging customers to order food directly from their outlets instead of delivery services that take a big cut.

Some platforms are taking up 35% from each order, lamented Nabila Nazrin, manager of Rahman’s Corner in Puchong, Selangor

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