Caviar - Food Delivery

Caviar - Food Delivery for Pc

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Last Updated: 2018-09-06
  • Current version: 2.75
  • File size: 87.08 MB
  • Developer: Caviar, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

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Downloading and installing Caviar - Food Delivery on your Windows PC

Download Caviar - Food Delivery for Windows: Caviar - Food Delivery is an Food & Drink App, developed by Caviar, Inc.. The Food & Drink App was officially released 2014-12-04. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Caviar, Inc., with the latest current version being 2.75 which was officially released on 2018-09-06. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 8,855 Reviews on the App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.5 out of a possible 5.

Using Caviar - Food Delivery on your Windows computer is actually very easy but if you are new to this process, you will definitely need to pay attention to the steps listed below. This is because you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We will help you download and install Caviar - Food Delivery on your computer in 4 simple steps below:

1: Download an Andriod Software emulator for Windows

The importance of the emulator is that it emulates or immitates an android environment on your computer, making it super easy to install and run android apps from the comfort of your PC without buying a phone that runs android. Who says you cannot enjoy both worlds? To begin, you can download such an emulator app made by too top dogs in the space.
A. Nox App . OR
B. Bluestacks App .
Personally, I recommend the "B" option as Bluestacks is very popular so if you run into any trobles using it, you can find good solutions on Google or Bing (lol). 

2: Now Install the Software Emulator on your Windows PC

If you successfully downloaded the Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe, go to your Downloads folder on your computer or anywhere you ususally store downloaded files.
Once you have find it, click it to install the application. It should start the installation process on your PC.
Click Next to accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application.
If you do the above correctly, the Software will be successfully installed.

3: How to Use Caviar - Food Delivery for Windows PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and locate the search bar. Now type Caviar - Food Delivery in the search bar and hit Search. You will easily see the app. Click on Caviar - Food Delivery application icon. A window of Caviar - Food Delivery will open and it will display the app in your Emulator Software. Hit the Install button and your application will start downloading. Now we are all done.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon.
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed applications.
You should see the Caviar - Food Delivery icon. Click on it and start using the application.

Hope it was not too difficult? If you have any further inquiries, contact me through the "Contact" link at the bottom of this page so I could help You. Have a nice day!

About Caviar - Food Delivery

Developer Description

Step up your restaurant ordering game. Whether it’s delivery or pick up, Caviar serves up the best food in your city. No matter what you’re craving — whether it’s fresh sushi, cheesy pizza, or tasty Chinese takeout — we’ve partnered with your favorite restaurants so you can order the best. Browse photo menus of restaurants near you (it helps to know exactly what you’re getting), add in special instructions for your order (“Extra cheese, please”), and track your meal with real-time GPS (no judgments). Love what you ordered? Add it to your “Favorites” for quick and simple re-ordering. Caviar’s free food ordering app is currently available in Boston, Brooklyn, Chicago, Dallas, Fort Worth, Greater Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Manhattan, Marin County, Orange County, the Peninsula, Philadelphia, Portland, Queens, Sacramento, San Diego, the San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Seattle Eastside, Walnut Creek, and Washington DC.

App Reviews

  • Never received my food

    By Sassoom
    After ordering my food I got a call from the delivery guy saying he was at my gate. I buzzed him in while I was on the phone with him, and I heard the gate open. Then he never showed up. I received an email that it was delivered, so I called and called and he didn’t answer. I tried contacting customer service but there is no number to call, so I was limited to texting and emailing them. They took ages to respond to each text and email, and they eventually closed without giving me any answers. The last thing they told me was that they couldn’t get a hold of the delivery guy and they didn’t know what happened to my food. I had guests at my house who ended up leaving without dinner because they had a plane to catch and everything was closed after all this ridiculousness went down. Caviar didn’t even offer a refund, I had to demand it. I demanded something be done about what happened as well and all they’d do is give me a ten dollar credit. The customer service is AWFUL and you cannot rely on this service to actually bring you food. I haven’t even received an email or anything confirming that I will be refunded. So who even knows if they really did issue me a refund. I just read other reviews and it seems food not being delivered is a common theme with Caviar. Looks like they make it way too easy for drivers to steal the food, and then they blame the customer for it. I will never use this app again.
  • Worse customer service than Comcast

    By atreblemaker
    Don’t bother with them - just stick to seamless, and for any restaurants not on it take a taxi and pick up the food yourself, you will be much happier (and it’ll probably cost the same). Caviar touts itself as an upscale delivery service allowing you access to delivery from restaurants that you can’t get anywhere else and charges prices (delivery and service charges) to match. My first few orders I was okay with this because I could get food delivered from some pretty wonderful restaurants...then it all went downhill. My last few orders have been nothing short of disastrous, and the worst part of it has been the customer service. Rather then helping or problem solving, they (barely) apologize and blame the restaurants. Today, when our food arrived late and stone cold they were flippant and passed off blame to the restaurant, even though their app said food was out for delivery for 40 minutes AND it was delivered not in a hot bag/case. After quite a bit of back and forth, they finally relented saying they would give a $5 credit to “make things right”. And that was it - after overpaying for cold food that was here well after it should have been. Quite honestly, I’ve had more luck with Comcast customer service, and at least with them you have a phone number to call.
  • Absolutely horrible

    By Cjvancak
    Caviar used to be stellar and has rapidly gone downhill. We're forced to wait multiple hours only to get a lackluster phone call from the delivery guy saying our order was picked up by someone else. We were given no answers as to why Han Dynansty gave our order to someone else. When I contacted customer service I was met with pisspoor service that offered me a 15 dollar credit and still no food. No thanks. I'll just use that to get an uber to pick up my own food because I'm capable of rational thought, traveling from point A to point B and aquiring my own food. Another time we waited for an hour to then get a phone call saying that the restaurant was out of our order, then proceeded to make us wait another hour. When we finally recieved our food it was NOTHING like what we ordered. I have a food allergy and I had no idea what the food was. Needless to say I went hungry both nights. I am extremely dissapointed in this service and I will no longer be a customer. It is far easier for me to just walk to the restaurant and pick up my own food. Maybe I'll try uber eats. I hear their delivery fee is higher, so perhaps their drivers actually know how

    By Frbfan
    This is the WORST service ever. We were sitting in our living room on the sofa waiting for our order to be delivered between 8:20-8:35. By 8:35 the food wasn’t here. My husband goes to check his phone a few minutes later to see if they sent a note or anything. It says the good was delivered at 8:35. Meanwhile we are still sitting facing our front door ... nobody has come onto our porch, nada! So he calls the number back and no answer. Texts the app and gets a note saying they came, rang the bell and knocked and nobody answered. He verified our address because the only explanation would be going to the wrong house since we are sitting and waiting 5 feet from the ever loving door. And yep, right address alright. Next text from them says if nobody answers the door or calls back within 10 minutes they forfeit the order and throw it out. We are so mad! The courier/driver/loser/hungry person did not come to our home. Because if he/she had they would have seen that we have a RING video doorbell and we would have video of them .. so instead we have proof that they didn’t come. I wonder how many other folks have been ripped off the same way. Just terrible!
  • They Haven’t Earned the Caviar Name

    By jsnyp
    I’ve ordered from Caviar more than once, and usually the food is good. However, their premium service is far from meeting that bar. I finally stopped ordering from them the last time I had an issue with the delivery driver. The driver was lost and asked me to come and meet him, but couldn’t tell me where he was. Once he found the building, he asked that I come to the lobby because allegedly the call box didn’t work when it clearly did (as another delivery driver from a grocery service had no issues on the same day). So I come down to the lobby only to find no driver and no food. Apparently he left the delivery and took off, and of course someone walked off with what I ordered. What was Caviar’s solution? Refunding the delivery fee and nothing more. I complained yet again and their answer was to tell me it’s my fault for not meeting the driver in time. Honestly, they should consider changing their name to fish sticks because Caviar is a premium name for a premium brand, which they clearly aren’t. At least when I’m disappointed by Postmates, I didn’t pay $10 extra for the privilege.
  • Fool me once...

    I signed up for Caviar when they first stared up. I got a referral credit and saw that the list of restaurants was lackluster. I waited a bit and then decided to place an order one day only to see that "Caviar is not available in your area yet." Huh? So all those restaurants I saw before are now unavailable? To add insult to injury the referral credit was removed. There was no indication of expiration. So, I decided not to use this poor excuse for a service. A year later, I got a postcard in the mail with a list of restaurants that I knew did not deliver so I decided to download the app again and order from one of those restaurants. The only thing is that those restaurants on the postcard were not on the app. Not a single one. I changed the delivery address to one across the street from the restaurant to see if it was a delivery area issue. Nope. I tried this for every restaurant listed on the postcard. NONE OF THEM WERE AVAILABLE TO ORDER FROM! Don't waste your time with this poor excuse of a company. They don't have their act together and I highly doubt that your experience will be trouble-free.
  • Miss order ahead

    By JaiC86
    Caviar doesn't tell me that ordering is not available until after I try multiple time to place an order. Instead I get a message that an item is not available. When a coffee joint doesn't have coffee, they are closed to orders. Order Ahead understood that. Caviar also did not like a time later I chose. The app deleted all my items from the cart and took me back to the start. Caviar doesn't show me the restaurants in my area very well or they don't have the restaurants in there system. The app showed me one or two within a mile of where I was at. The rest of the restaurants shown where 30 miles away. Yes I was standing next to one I knew was one that uses Caviar. I had to search for the restaurant right in front of me. The app did not even show it as the first of the list and closest. Please bring back order ahead. Such a better designed, intelligent UI and a search that shows what is really 'near my location' and which are accepting orders.
  • Blame The Restaurant For Food Being Late !

    By Trippymigos
    reason for food being late is because some restaurants are Super Busy and the Delivery Person has to wait an extra 15-30 minutes for order to be ready ! i work for caviar and i myself have to wait 15-30 minutes all the time just for the food to be ready for me to pick up ! please take in consideration that the restaurant might have a high volume of customers or sometimes the restaurant eployess don’t keep up with the ipad they work with in there stores and thats another reason for Food being late ! i deliver up to 5 deliveries / hour so stop with the negative reviews please ☺️ lol also some people use cars or scooters to deliver food and they have to look for parking and thats pretty hard if you work in a busy city like San Francisco ! be patient people
  • Going downhill fast

    By Ed20910
    The delivery times are often double the hour that the often cite, and that’s if you happen to get you food at all. Sometimes the deliverer doesn’t show and you spend an hour trying to get ahold of support. They might refund your money, but your still hungry with no food. One night my wife ordered, I went to the lobby to wait for the food. The deliverer texted and said he left the food outside, because he couldn’t reach us. My wife said my husband’s outside so where did you leave it? Then the deliverer replied that he already left with the food. My wife called support and they said they can’t get ahold of the deliverer. But since he said that he left it they couldn’t give a refund. My wife argue via text with support for 2 hours including sending a screenshot of her missed calls to prove he never called. After threatening to call the credit card company to cancel the charge they finally agreed to refund the meal. Horrible drivers, horrible customer service!
  • Terrible experience: system errors, blackout times, upcharge

    By Brooklyn foodie 212
    I’ve ordered and TRIED to order form caviar multiple times and it has been a terrible experience 100% of the time. I keep giving them the benefit of the doubt because they’re owned by Square, but there are just too many reason this app is not ready to be on the market: - They charged for the order (hit my credit card) but never put the order through to the restaurant. I called the restaurant after one hour with no food at my door and they never received my order. - They don’t have customer service to help you through mishaps like the above. The restaurant blames Caviar and asks you to call Caviar while Caviar does not have a customer service number you can call. - They have black out times they don’t deliver for a restaurant, even when the restaurant is open. If you call the restaurant, they’ll say they’re open and Caviar can deliver, but on Caviar they’ll block you from ordering from the restaurant. - They are EXPENSIVE. They mark up the items and tack on service fees that make it much more expensive than the other apps. They worst part is that the experience/service is SO HORRIBLE, it simply does not justify the premium they charge. - Very buggy app in general Please spare yourself from being extremely disappointed and frustrated and stick to any other food ordering app.