Delivery apps are, like, so yesterday. Think about it. You go to Seamless or GrubHub, and they go to the restaurant of your choice to place the order.

Not only that, but they charge you for the privilege. During the current crisis, Grubhbub is “deferring” fees, while DoorDash is waiving fees only for new restaurants that sign-up for the platform. That’s very big of them, but wouldn’t it be nice if you could pay no commission at all?

Now you can with Eat.Bikky. Eat.Bikky, which launched yesterday, is an aggregator that permits you to order directly from Big Apple restaurants. In so doing, you are also helping the restaurant increase its profit margin.

Bikky is your curated guide to ordering delivery during COVID-induced quarantine. The site includes filters crafted for this one-of-a-kind moment  (e.g., individual meals for social distancing; shareable meals when you’re trapped with your roommate).

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