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Contacting us got easier

We've invested in better ways to contact us - a new phone system, dedicated support email and client job tracking.

Thank you to our existing and recently joined clients, our business is becoming increasingly busy and we've grown in numbers to help you. Now we've made it easier for you to get in contact with the right person at the right time.

Our new main phone system on 01264 300321 will connect you with the available on-call member of the team. Sometimes part time staff will cover during busy periods. Out of hours you can leave a voice message and we'll get back to you as soon as we open. Standard office hours are available in English and set times are available in other languages.

We also have a new dedicated email for client support in English and Turkish. Send us an email with your menu changes, photos, questions or feature ideas. We treat email as urgently as a phone call.

The team are using new job tracking tools to share work and keep you updated on progress. This way everyone on the team has access to your recent pending jobs and can help you with further questions.

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What our clients are saying

I have seen Ordara on the internet and called them to enquire. I was absolutely amazed by their honesty and it was the best thing I have done for my shop. Would recommend it to every takeaway.

Ali
Ali in Bedminster
Best Kebab

I can't say enough about Ordara. My customers keep saying how great the ordering experience is. The staff also love the EPOS system which is very easy to use.

Murtaza
Murtaza in Peterborough
UK Kebab & Pizza

Commission based online ordering [..] was taking so much money off me. When I started working with Ordara I was smiling again. They come and install themselves. Absolutely recommend it to all restaurants.

Mehmet
Mehmet in Bristol
Whitchurch Grill

The system is very comfortable to use. It's affordable, efficient and effective compared to other systems I have used. I highly recommend it.

Huseyin
Huseyin in Tidworth
Superfry Fish Bar

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