Foodhub – a new way to order a takeaway AD GIFTED

I have to say that I am very partial to a takeaway. It is one of the things that I succumb to fairly frequently. Earlier this month I was invited to use the Foodhub app to order a takeaway. I enjoy ordering from places like this as it allows me to see lots of local takeaways and choose what we fancy that evening.

Foodhub, unlike competitors, JustEat & UberEats don’t take a commission from the restaurant which is on average around 15%. When you order food from one of those places you could be paying more to cover this commission.  We also found that quite a few of the takeaways on Foodhub had discounts such as free delivery, 10% off and more. One example of this is our favourite local Indian restaurant, Spicy Mint. The prices of the individual menu items were the same across both of the apps that I checked yet on Foodhub they had a 20% discount if you spent over £20 and free delivery over £10 which works out to be a huge saving.

I was really impressed with the selection of takeaways available on the Foodhub app for my local area and we decided to try one that we have never tried before.

Opting for a Japanese from local restaurant Sake. Using the app to look at the menu and order the food was really simple and after ordering we were able to keep track of the order as it was cooked and then transported to us.

We really enjoyed our Japanese and it is definitely somewhere we would order from again. The Foodhub app has now found a place on my home screen and I will be using it in future to order our takeaways.

If you want to try the Foodhub why not use the discount code –  FOOD30300 which will give you £3 off with minimum order spend of £10. It is only for new users on their first order. Expires 31 August. Full terms at 

I was gifted with vouchers for Foodhub so I could try the service for myself and let you know how I got on. All opinions are my own.