My family are creatures of habit so we tend to stick to what we know, but the local takeaways in our area would only cater to the tastes of one or two of us so we'd often give it a miss or someone would have to cook anyway. That all changed when we started using Just Eat (over a year ago now) as we found a takeaway with a menu the whole household could pick something from.
The website couldn't be easier to use: type in your post code, browse the nearest takeaway restaurants, order, eat! Restaurants can be separated by type if you fancy something in particular to make it even more streamlined for you to find the perfect meal for you. If you're a returning customer it's even simpler as you can add meals or restaurants to their favourites section or you can look at your recent orders on the front page (it will also show you any restaurants in your area with special offers or that have high customer ratings).
I've not used the iPhone or Android app to order yet, but the process looks straightforward. If you pay by card you pay a surcharge, but there is also the option to pay cash to the delivery driver. I've done it both ways and they have positives and negatives, but it's down to personal preference at the end of the day. It's good to have the option. The only problem I can think of that I had with Just Eat was last year when my order went through and then was cancelled. Because I'd paid by card, it took a while for the funds to be returned to me. On the other hand, when you pay by card you can take advantage of Just Eat vouchers when they're offered.
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