Amazon is expected to launch their food delivery service in India this month. Here’s our guide to tie up your restaurant with Amazon. Links to Amazon Restaurants partner registration form, contact number and tie up charges.
Since Amazon Restaurants is not officially live in India yet, you can’t request to get your restaurant listed as of now. We will continue to watch out for updates and keep this article updated.
How to tie up with Amazon Restaurants?
Getting your restaurant listed in Amazon is a great way to increase sales. While there is no official announcement, be ready with the following.
- Keep your restaurant documents ready.
It is mandatory for a food delivery service in India to verify the restaurant partner’s FSSAI license. Also, keep your GST number and KYC proof ready.
- Request to get listed in Amazon Restaurants.
We will update the Amazon Restaurants partner registration portal link as soon as it’s available.
- Try alternate methods.
In case the web portal does not work, try alternate methods like phone call or email request. These details will be updates once Amazon Restaurants is live.
- Await Amazon Restaurants representative to callback.
Once your request to tie up your restaurant is submitted, you have to wait for Amazon Restaurants to get back.
- Provide the online menu, pricing & operational timings.
We expect Amazon Restaurants to allow you to have a different pricing for your online menu. Provide them your menu and timings.
- Go-live, you will also get a Point of Contact for support.
Once the paperwork is done, your restaurant should get listed in a few days time. Reach out to your Point of Contact for any queries.
Amazon Restaurants Partner Registration – FAQs
Below are some frequently asked questions about Amazon Restaurants partner registration.
We are awaiting official announcement. Will keep this article updated once we have information.
There is no fee or charge for getting listed. We expect Amazon to charge a commission of less than 10% initially.
Amazon Restaurants will initially go live in Bengaluru, followed by Mumbai and Delhi.
We have seen than Amazon does not share customer details to sellers on their e-commerce platform. So, we do not expect Amazon Restaurants to share customer details.