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Got an empty fridge or a food craving? Whether you’re after a quick dinner or you want your favourite dish, you could be tucking in in no time. Hungryhouse are no longer taking orders but don’t worry - Just Eat are ready to give you your takeaway fix, with all of your favourite takeaways available to order in just a few clicks!
Hungryhouse first stepped into the spotlight in 2007, when co-founders Shane Lake and Tony Charles pitched their idea on the BBC’s Dragon’s Den. They won over James Caan and Duncan Bannatyne to get an investment of £100,000.
Since then hungryhouse has gone from strength to strength, merging with global online food ordering giant Delivery Hero in 2012 and joining the international success story Just Eat in 2018. Hungryhouse ceased taking orders in May 2018, but you can place orders with all of your favourite eateries over on Just Eat.
Hungryhouse had a vast variety of takeaways on their platform, with over 10,000 to choose from across the UK. So whether you’re craving chicken chow mein or had a hankering for Hawaiian pizza, you could have ordered your favourite meal in just a few easy clicks on the hungryhouse website.
Curious to find out more about hungryhouse? You might find the answer to your question in some of the most frequently asked questions that we’ve rounded up for you below.
Hungryhouse is owned by online food order and delivery service Just Eat.
Hungryhouse was the brainchild of Shane Lake and Tony Charles who came up with the concept in 2005, after being inspired by a US site called Food.com. They applied to BBC television show Dragon’s Den to find investors and pitched their idea to the dragons in 2007. They impressed James Caan and Duncan Bannatyne who gave the duo a £100,000 investment, however the deal fell through when James Caan pulled out.
The pair did manage to secure investment from two other private investors and hungryhouse increased the number of takeaways on their platform from 150 in 2007 to 2,500 in 2010.
Before 2018, hungryhouse had been owned by Berlin based global food giant Delivery Hero. At the start of 2018, Just Eat bought hungryhouse and in May 2018 hungryhouse closed down. Hungryhouse customers looking to order takeaway are now advised to go to Just Eat, where they’ll find all of their old favourites.
If you’re hungry and looking to order takeaway then head over to Just Eat where you’ll find the biggest range of takeaway options. If your takeaway taste of choice is pizza, then get a slice of the cashback action with Domino’s, Pizza Hut and Papa Johns.
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