The Indian Hotels Company, operating under the name Taj Hotels, had launched the Qmin food delivery service in June 2020. The first phase of the launch was done in Mumbai, where guests could order from eight restaurants in Mumbai, such as the Golden Dragon and Souk from Taj Mahal Palace; Thai Pavilion and Trattoria from President; and Ming Yang from Taj Lands’ End, to name a few. Since then, QMin has also extended to Delhi and Bengaluru, and will launch in other cities with IHCL hotels shortly.
QMin App launched
The QMin app was going to be launched on July 25 after the launch of a call-centre based ordering service. The mobile application has now been made live, and is available both on the Apple AppStore and the Google PlayStore.
The Qmin app gives guests the opportunity to personalize their order, curate menus, and track deliveries real-time. The user-friendly interface enables guests to choose their favourite cuisine from celebrated restaurants in Mumbai, based on their location. It offers guests flexibility with features such as the multi-restaurant order, which allows you to order from multiple restaurants in the same hotel simultaneously, and a scheduling assistant that allows you to schedule orders for the same day, as per your requirements.
Every delivery comes with a Qmin Assurance with the commitment to ensure the highest levels of safety and hygiene. Qmin has a dedicated delivery fleet, who are provided with mandatory protective gear and extremely sanitized transportation, whilst conducting contactless deliveries.
The next steps for QMin will be to let you earn points for these food delivery orders in the Taj Inner Circle programme, however, that would be a while away and come in a couple of months time.
Have you tried out the QMin app to order food from Taj Kitchens to your home? Do share your experiences with us.
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