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Author Topic: What is it like ordering food delivery in Korea over the phone?  (Read 3161 times)

Offline Say what?!

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I'm thinking of ordering some yummy McDonald's but am curious as to how difficult it is to order delivery over the phone.  Do the operators generally speak English?  Is it a difficult process trying to get your order straight?  And what other places deliver aside from McDonald's (western-style food that is)?  Sometimes I get these insane fast food cravings at night and need some advice as  I've never done this before. 

Offline heyitslep

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Re: What is it like ordering food delivery in Korea over the phone?
« Reply #1 on: May 21, 2011, 10:56:25 PM »
Fried Chicken. From Toreore you can get boneless chicken tenders, fries, and cheese sticks for about 20,000.

Offline bjinglee

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Re: What is it like ordering food delivery in Korea over the phone?
« Reply #2 on: May 21, 2011, 11:01:56 PM »
I've tried ordering multiple times from McD's with no luck. None of the operators spoke English, and the ones that spoke limited English just told me to keep calling back until I got an operator that spoke better English. Very disappointing.

All the pizza places deliver. There's Papa John's, Pizza Hut, Domino's, etc.

Offline jackdaniels

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Re: What is it like ordering food delivery in Korea over the phone?
« Reply #3 on: May 21, 2011, 11:08:50 PM »
I'm thinking of ordering some yummy McDonald's but am curious as to how difficult it is to order delivery over the phone.  Do the operators generally speak English?  Is it a difficult process trying to get your order straight?  And what other places deliver aside from McDonald's (western-style food that is)?  Sometimes I get these insane fast food cravings at night and need some advice as  I've never done this before.

Mickey's will take a long time. Forty minutes to well over an hour.
Most other places takes about 20-30 minutes.
Also take some effort to learn how to say your address in Korean; it would make your life easier. It would only take a few minutes to learn!  :D
Bon Appetit!