In case you're running out of ways to conveniently snag a meal, UberEats might soon be arriving in a city near you.
Uber's UberEats is already in 27 cities across the US and another six cities worldwide. Starting Thursday, the company best known for its ride-sharing service will add three new metropolises: Amsterdam, Dubai and Johannesburg.
"UberEats has proved hugely popular in Europe," the company said in a statement. "We're excited about delivering food to people across the region as seamlessly as they can book a ride."
According to Reuters, the new cities are part of an aggressive international expansion that will include Brussels, Stockholm, Moscow, Madrid, Hong Kong, Tokyo and other yet-undisclosed cities.
Along with the expansion, Reuters noticed a large batch of Uber job listings ranging from managers to salespeople as the company prepares for its wider worldwide footprint.