FoodCourt, a cloud kitchen startup based in Nigeria that aims to expand access to high-quality cuisine by curating regionally specific virtual restaurant brands.
The Lagos-based startup that debuted in September 2021, seeks to give customers a wonderful ordering experience and delicious cuisine.
Although there are food delivery aggregator applications like Jumia Foods and Glovo, FoodCourt, which recognises the shifting customer behaviour in Africa, understands the inefficiencies that still exist in the food delivery industry.
Henry Nneji, co-founder and CEO of FoodCourt, commented on the development by saying that their observation led them to the realisation that customers primarily desire decent cuisine and a simple ordering experience.
FoodCourt utilises its own ordering technology and makes the most of its resources for production as the first cloud kitchen company in Africa to follow a full-stack strategy.
Although the firm was initially bootstrapped, Kayefi learned that it received further help by taking part in Y Combinator’s S22 Batch.
The firm wants to fulfill the changing needs of customers and give them a seamless and delightful dining experience by providing localised virtual restaurant brands.