JUST EAT is an online delivery service with locations in over 200 cities and towns across Canada, its national headquarters in Toronto. The JUST EAT Group was founded in Denmark in 2000, has its world headquarters in London, and is active in 13 countries around the globe.

There are currently over 4,000 restaurants making use of this convenient system of ordering a meal online, whether through the website or via the iPhone and Android-compatible apps.

Additionally, JUST EAT Canada will have at its disposal a dedicated fleet of delivery drivers (both two and four-wheeled) via Eat Up; users can look forward to rapidly expanded selections and varieties of restaurants in the future.


I was recently invited to try their Vancouver-based online delivery service and created an online account to order dinner via my iPhone.

The clean, easy-to-use app offers:
– Full postal code search (a geo-targeted selection of restaurants available to a user in their vicinity)
– A sortable restaurant list with corresponding current status: open, closed or offline
– Restaurant sorting by best match, alphabet, or rating, and filtered by cuisine
– Restaurant user reviews, offers, discounts, menu, menu categories, and more
– Review and modify contents selected for purchase.
– Checkout: log-in or register as a new user, enter confidential delivery info and payment method
– Transactions are 100% completely secure, including credit and debit
– Order status screen
– One-click button to call the restaurant, and help button for JUST EAT Canada customer support


Once you’ve signed up for an account, click on Add restaurant, and a page with all restaurants in the area according to your postal code will appear.

You can always manage the payment options, review order history, check your balance, and update account information when logged in. Once you’ve set up your payment details, you won’t have to re-enter them on successive food orders. Just Eat meals can be paid for with Visa, MasterCard, Interac, and American Express. Your choice can be filtered by customer rating or preferred cuisine.

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[Order up! Our sushi arrives in time for dinner]

This is a great way to order food while on the go and have dinner ready when you return home. By having the app handy at work, you and your coworkers can order lunch for a team meeting or social gathering. I noticed that several restaurants stay open later than others, making JUST EAT great for late-night schedules.

Our food arrived just about 10 minutes past the ETA, with detailed receipt showing order number, comments/special requests (we had a couple that were honoured), and customer info. A couple of things I discovered while ordering:

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[A beautiful, fresh-smelling sushi platter graces our balcony]

– The website version version shows a few additional restaurants than I’d seen on the app version
– Restaurant reviews are shown on website version of site, not in app
– Email confirmation will come in once the restaurant’s been contacted with your order, along with order details and estimated delivery time.

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