An online restaurant delivery service which started life in the capital has now launched in Birmingham.
Deliveroo enables customers to select dishes from a variety of local restaurants, pay for them online and have them delivered to their home or office.
The two-year-old company, which raised more than £16 million earlier this year to support its European expansion, has launched a regional operation with restaurants in the city centre, Edgbaston and Moseley.
More than 40 restaurants have signed up to the service and Solihull is expected to join next month.
It has recruited a team of eight full-time staff to its office in Broad Street and 15 part-time drivers.
The service has also teamed up with award-winning street food event, Digbeth Dining Club, to offer users the opportunity to order food for delivery from a different street trader each week for the next four weeks.
Jacob Lourie, regional manager at Deliveroo, said: "Birmingham has such a vibrant culinary scene and is full of fantastic eateries and restaurants which, until now, you'd have to visit to experience.
"Deliveroo provides restaurants that don't normally offer a delivery service with the means to reach new audiences, as well as helping to raise the profile of Birmingham's fantastic independent venues."