Food from cloud-based food tech platform, Kludio Kitchen, can be ordered at e-food, a venture of Evaly.com Ltd.
Food lovers residing in Gulshan, Banani and Baridhara of the capital can order food from Kludio and get home delivery through e-food, said a press release.
Kludio has partnered with Evaly through an official Memorandum of Understanding, which was signed at Evaly's Dhanmondi office.
Shamim Nasrin, chairman of Evaly, and Kishwar Hashemee, Kludio co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO) signed the MoU on behalf of their respective companies.
Evaly's Founder and CEO, Mohammad Rassel; Head of Food Technology, Mustahid Ul Islam; Head of Business Development, Shahnewas Mannan, and Kludio's Operation Lead, Sheuly Akter were present at the signing ceremony.
Under the agreement, customers will be able to use the e-food platform to order kitchen-cooked meals prepared in eight kitchens of Kludio Kitchen. The kitchens include Dough on the Go, Hero Burger, Fry Box, Goreng, Deshio, Whole Some, Five Star Fish & Chips and Shera Pizza.
According to the company, there will be interesting offers from e-food on Kludio Kitchen in the near future, the company said.
Mohammad Rassel, CEO of Evaly, said "Kludio produces very high quality, healthy, hygienic and delicious food. Kludio joins our platform to deliver these premium meals to Evaly customers."
"We will deliver Kludio's food to customers in the fastest time possible. At the same time, we will have exciting food offers from Kludio," he added.
Kishwar Hashemee, the founder and CEO of Kludio Kitchen, said, "We are preparing food in a home-style environment rather than a traditional hotel. The concept of cloud kitchens is very popular in the world today. Since our establishment, we have worked exclusively on quality and branding."
He also said, "We have received a great response from customers. Now we are moving towards further expansion of our activities. We are happy to be associated with Evaly at this time. Starting from today, we envision working with Evaly in the long run."