Restaurant Success Stories

Individuals sitting at a table and sharing various food platters prepared by Zaatar.

Zaatar W Zeit

In 1999, Zaatar W Zeit started serving up Lebanese street food in the Sodeco neighborhood of Beirut, Lebanon. Fast-forward to today and this Lebanese fast-casual restaurant has expanded to over 80 locations across the Middle East and North Africa. Zaatar W Zeit opened its first North American outpost in Vancouver, Canada—and joined Foodee to deliver meals directly to their main demographic, business folks working in local offices across the city.

Zaatar w Zeit's logo, a commercial brand of the Lebanese company Breakfast & Co. S.A.L.
Vancouver, BC
The owner of Best Falafel, Hisham Watter, and his brother standing together in their first restaurant job in England, 1978.

Best Falafel’s Partnership with Foodee Brings in Over $3k Monthly Revenue

Braving many eastern Canadian winters at his restaurant in New Brunswick, Hisham Watter longed for the west coast and its mild climate. In 2000, Hisham decided to chase his dream and made the move to Vancouver, opening Best Falafel on Commercial Drive.

Best Falafel's logo, authentic Syrian Lebanese Food.
Vancouver, BC
The owners of Bombay Kitchen, Sasha and Harsh, sitting at a table in their restaurant.

Bombay Kitchen’s +$20K Potential Annual Revenue Stream in Office Catering

Back in 2018, Foodee’s then-CEO Ryan Spong and a colleague ate at Vancouver’s recently opened authentic Indian restaurant Bombay Kitchen. They loved every bite.

Bombay kitchen and bar's logo, authentic Indian cuisine.
Vancouver, BC
The entire RASA team standing in front of their restaurant.

RASA’s Pop-Up Restaurants: Where Food Culture Meets Company Culture

Food is the gateway to culture. That’s what restaurant owners Rahul Vinod and Sahil Rahman of RASA in Washington, DC, believe. So does Foodee and our corporate clients.

Rasa's logo, a fast-casual, approachable, and tasty Indian restaurant.
Washington, DC
The front entrance of the Fava Pot restaurant with an individual holding up a bowl of their ordered food.

Foodee Served: Fava Pot Restaurant Hosts Pop-Up Dining Experience

Beyond being the first and only authentic Egyptian restaurant in D.C., Fava Pot has growth and success on its side. Launched as a food truck in 2013, Fava Pot was named one of America’s 26 Best Food Trucks by the Food Network and, a few years later, turned into one successful brick-and-mortar restaurant location after another. Dina, Fava Pot’s business-savvy founder, and owner-operator, partnered with Foodee in 2022 to continue to drive revenue, grow her business, and serve new markets.

FavaPot's logo, authentic Egyptian restaurant in Washington D.C.
Washington, D.C
Assorted platters, wraps, and dips.

Healthyish Republic Opens its First Restaurant Location After Partnering with Foodee

During the pandemic, Healthyish Republic in San Francisco’s Mission district operated only as a delivery kitchen. The health food restaurant’s mouthwatering burgers, salads, bowls, and baked treats won’t break people’s diets. More people needed to know about their good food.

Healthyish Republic's logo, a health food restaurant.
San Francisco, CA
Health Food
Seven bowls of salad on a table each with vibrantly coloured ingredients like shaved carrots and cabbage and sliced avocados and peppers.

Growing AAamazing Salad’s Business Up To 30% With Foodee

A Foodee restuarant case study with AAamazing Salad

Aamazing Salad, fresh, delicious, and healthy salads.
Toronto, Canada
Two fried spring rolls with plum sauce and sweet and spicy sauce on the side.

Austin’s Blue Basil food truck’s recipe for success

Blue Basil in Austin, Texas offers simple, yet delicious Vietnamese-Thai food right out of their super popular food truck window and through Foodee office catering. We spoke with co-owners Bill Main and chef Pranom Chudmaroeng about how they found a partner in their success in Foodee.

Blue Basil's logo - simple, yet delicious Vietnamese-Thai food
Austin, Texas