Just Eat ramps up London offering with MEATliquor, GAIL’s, Sticks‘n’Sushi and more on the menu
Food delivery app Just Eat is accelerating its growth in London with the addition of some of the capital’s top food spots. Over the last month, the platform has welcomed a swathe of new restaurants and bakeries including PizzaExpress, MEATliquor, GAIL’s and Sticks‘n’Sushi, cementing its position as the UK’s leading food delivery app.
Delivering against its commitment to offer customers the greatest choice and convenience, Just Eat has increased the number of London restaurants available on its platform, with the likes of Pasta Evangelists, and Soho-House owned Chicken Shop having also recently joined.
The period of rapid growth follows significant investment in marketing to build awareness and relevance among younger urbanites, who are driving growth in food delivery. Additionally, the move by restaurant operators to work with multiple aggregators coupled with the ever increasing demand for breakfast and lunch deliveries have fuelled London’s appetite for Just Eat.
It’s really exciting to be working with so many of London’s most popular and much-loved food spots. Our goal is to offer best in class choice for our customers while also delivering the best experience for our partners. With a customer base of 18 million, Just Eat is well placed to help restaurants drive incremental orders and reach more hungry Londoners.
Amy Heather, Director of Strategic Accounts
With over 68,000 restaurants and grocers available on Just Eat across UK and Ireland, the recent London partnerships include MEATliquor (10 sites), GAIL's, Pasta Evangelist (23 sites), Sticks'n'Sushi (12 sites) and Chicken Shop (6 sites).