Doordash, the largest food-delivery app in the US, operates in more than 4000 cities in North America and delivers food from 310,000 businesses. In September last year it made its Australian debut in Melbourne, before launching in Sydney in November.

Today, it started its rollout in Brisbane. The platform has partnered with hundreds of restaurants across the city, including independent operators such as Red Hook, Taro’s Ramen and Brooklyn Depot.

Doordash is running a “30 or $30” promotion for new customers: if your order isn’t delivered within 30 minutes, you’ll get $30 off your next order. Plus, there will be 10 per cent off a selection of restaurants from June 16 to June 30, and free delivery on all orders every Saturday throughout June.

For operators, Doordash has a weblink program designed to help drive revenue through a restaurant’s own website, with 0 per cent commission taken on orders placed through weblinks until the end of the year. And for every delivery made until June 30, Doordash will donate one meal to Foodbank Queensland to help provide food relief to vulnerable people across the state.

Doordash also has a pick-up option, so you can order takeaway in advance and skip the queues at the restaurant pick-up. There’s also the option of group ordering, if you need quantities suitable for hungry hoards.