Order food delivery in Beijing and Shanghai: how?

One famous book/TV show’s character, Eddard Stark, used to say: “Winter is coming”, and although people would laugh or ignore in the world of Game of Thrones, but in this world we know it’s true.

It comes every year and as we know it’s coming we need to make preparations.

Have you ever spent a winter in Beijing? If you have, then you know. If you haven’t, let me tell you. The winters in Beijing are incredibly cold. The wind makes people freeze within two minutes, grey clouds above your head make you crave sunshine and all you wish for during Beijing’s winters is to never have to leave your house.

But that’s not quite possible, is it? People have to go to study,  people have to go to work. Housewives have to go out to buy groceries. And we all have to eat, don’t we?
first-floorWe have to go out for lunch, for dinner, sometimes even for breakfast. It takes times, energy even when it’s warm and sunny outside, so when it’s that cold as it’s usually is in winter, going out to eat might turn into a very unpleasant journey.

But it doesn’t have to. Not if you know how to avoid it.

We know. And we’ll be glad to share it with you.

Our secret is: Jinshisong. A company, a life-saver. They partner with great restaurants and organise a delivery for you. No matter where you are, you can count on them to deliver the delicious food whenever you want.

app-qr-cn-173d3d32561feb0c0e4a610baf7ca4c9You can read how to use their services here. They have also a great application for iPhone and Android phones, to get it just scan this QR code. It’s very easy to use, as it’s available not only in Chinese, but also in English.

Jinshisong has over 100 different restaurants in their order list,
you can see the prices and the menu, it’s all very clear and very convenient. They also have a pre-order option, as sometimes, for element-freshexample, Japanese restaurants have a tendency of closing for a couple of hours during the day, but with Jinshisong you can order your favourite food and be sure that it’ll be delivered to you as soon as the restaurant opens

la-pizza-sanlitunYou want to stay at home? Too lazy to get up and dressed up and ask someone to accompany you? Got sick and want some chicken soup to get better but no
energy to go out for food? Don’t want to freeze on your way to a restaurant which is far away, but you are craving its food?

Luckily, there are such companies which make our lives so much easier. In any situation above your answer is Jinshisong.

ramo-restaurant-and-barJinshisong: no more waiting in lines for a free table, no more going out only to find out that the restaurant is closed and you have to come back later, no more feeling uncomfortable eating alone in restaurants because everyone was too busy to go with you. No more wasting time, no more. f958981825743fd64aedbcd6

They are open from 10:30am until 10:30pm. To make an order, visit their website www.JinShiSong.com, pick the type of cuisine that you like and then choose the dishes that you want to order.

Method 2: If you’ve picked up a menu from their restaurant partner, you can call their hotline at 4000-300-517, and the customer service attendant will help you complete your order. (An additional service fee will be charged, though).

Make a list of the things you want to try from Jinshisong’s menu, because winter is coming and we have to be ready. 😉

One response to “Order food delivery in Beijing and Shanghai: how?

  1. I think it’s really cool that there are companies out there that can team up with restaurants and bring delivery for just about any type of food. I think it makes a lot of sense because there’s obviously a market for services like that, and I can’t blame people for taking advantage of it. Thanks for sharing.

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