Earlier today, Uber’s Mexican division made an announcement that has changed. the. game.
— Uber Mexico (@Uber_MEX) September 9, 2016
…In Mexico. They revealed that in certain areas — Saltillo, Torreón and Monterrey — they were launching UberTACOS.
Yep. Just like UberEATS, you call an Uber and a driver delivers food to you.
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Many people, like this Instagram user, was skeptical. Until a driver showed up to her door with a big brown bag full of tacos.
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“I thought it was a joke,” wrote @pauabisdris.
Once word got out, the service was a hit.
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In Saltillo, there weren’t enough cars to fill the demand.
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So what’s in the bag? For those in Monterrey, they got this nice little setup from La Mexicana Taqueria & Carniceria.
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It comes with tacos (obviously), a bottle of water, salsa, plastic utensils (in case you eat tacos with those) and candy (that’s a nice touch, tbh).
Here’s what those tacos look like out of the bag. BTW, those are tacos de canasta (which are steamed in a basket), which is why they look nice and sweaty.
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In Saltillo, they were blessed with tacos al pastor (succulent not included).
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By the look on this señora’s face, it seems like the tacos were pretty good.
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