UberEats announced Monday it would immediately discontinue its instant delivery service in New York City, Quartz first reported.
“In order to bring you the most exciting selection, the highest quality food, and the fastest delivery time, we’ve decided to narrow our focus,” Uber wrote in an email to users.
But Uber can totally still bring you some food.
Spokeswoman for Uber, Sarah Maxwell, confirmed to Quartz that the app would continue to offer regular delivery food from more than 100 restaurants that partner with the company in the city, including Mighty Quinn's BBQ, Black Seed Bagels and Uma Temakeria, among others.
The instant delivery service, which launched just a month ago in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Houston, allowed users in Midtown to choose from a special menu of two to three prix fixe dishes provided by a rotating list of restaurants. Curbside delivery was promised within 10 minutes of ordering.
Though this option has been discontinued in New York, the company plans to continue offering it in other cities.
On a related note, KitchenSurfing, the service that allowed users to book private chefs to cook meals in their own homes, has also shut down, according to ReCode.