San Francisco startup only picks restaurants that have received a four or five stars on the popular crowd-sourced food review site..

From the creators of the popular food daily deal site MunchOnMe, comes the online food ordering site Caviar. Initially launched in San Francisco, Caviar allows foodies to order meals from “highly-rated eateries” and have them directly delivered to their door. Only restaurants that have been given at least four stars out of five on Yelp will be included on the site. To add to the convenience, users can also track the order in real-time.

Caviar has a flat-rate delivery fee of $9.99, which is worth while if you’re ordering a lot, or with a bunch of people. It might be a great online system for catering, or colleagues looking to have lunch together but without the fuss of leaving the office.

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