JUST EAT App: Ordering Out Dinner For The Family Made Easy


Parents have a lot of responsibilities! Between getting up at the crack of dawn, work, traffic, dropping and picking up the kids the thought of cooking dinner can sound like a nightmare some days. Plus, that time can be better spent catching up with the kids, taking care of their homework and relaxing after a long day. That’s why ordering out every so often is a great way to relieve the stress of preparing dinner when you just want to eat and not cook. 

Thankfully, order food delivery has never been easier! Gone are the days of searching through telephone books and having a billion papers from individual restaurants.


JUST EAT has revolutionized the way people can order with their new App. The JUST EAT App offers dozens of local restaurants offering a variety of cuisines that will deliver to your home. Available on iOS and Android devices, the app allows you to order anywhere and schedule a time you want your order delivered. Meaning, at the office, heading to your car, or waiting for your kids to come out of school ordering delivery can be done in the palm of your hand. 

I was pleasantly surprised to see that the JUST EAT app is set up exactly like the website. As usual, you can sign into your account or tap in your postal code for delivery restaurants in your area. Pictured above is the delicious WonTon soup from my favorite Thai restaurant in my area.

Feedback for each restaurant is available on the app, so you know what other people thought of their experience and food. Creating your order and adding you tip is also easy. Additionally, paying for your order can be done through their secure interface with a credit card or you can pay with cash upon delivery.

I will definitely be doing a lot of App ordering in the future!

Be sure to check out the app frequently because restaurants often offer exclusive 20% (or more) discounts on deliveries. 

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