You Can Now Order Food Directly From Google Search Results
A new feature for mobile search goes a step further by making food more readily accessible by Google Search. All you have to do is search for a restaurant on your phone or tablet, and Google’s search results will include integrated ordering.
You’ll find the ordering option on the details page of supported establishments of all sorts — not just pizza. It won’t be available everywhere, but Google supports a fair number of services at launch. So far we’ve got Seamless, Grubhub, Eat24, Delivery.com, BeyondMenu, and MyPizza.com. Google hopes to add more services eventually, but that’s a good start.
If you tap the order option, you’ll get a popup that asks you which of the supported services you want to use. There might be more than one for a restaurant, but whatever you choose, you’ll be redirected to the correct listing on the ordering service’s site. That part isn’t directly built into Google, of course. This should work on both iOS and Android as it’s part of Google search and not an app.