The company had earlier stated that it aimed to onboard over one lakh restaurants for the solution in phase one.
Paytm said it has already partnered thousands of restaurants for the solution, but did not provide exact details.
"We strongly believe that our contactless food ordering solution would not only help establishments get back to business but also save lives as the core idea of this
innovative product is based on maintaining social distancing and dining out the smarter safer way," Paytm Vice President Nikhil Saigal said.
Paytm has developed a QR code that is displayed at partner restaurants that users can scan from the Paytm app to browse the menu and place orders. This, it said, will avoid the need to touch the menu card that could be unsanitised and also minimises interaction with the servers.
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