Time for an Indian takeaway



I’d never used JUST EAT* till I moved to Norwich. My takeaway habit in Manchester was pretty standard, I always picked an Indian cuisine restaurant which was Abduls in Fallowfield every.single.time.

I avoided takeaways for the first 7 months I was living in Norwich. Not because I didn’t crave a curry or chicken burger but more because I had no idea where to get one from. However, it got to the point where I really needed to find a good place to order a curry (not one has been as good as back up North…yet). I turned to JUST EAT in April and signed up to make my first order when some friends came to visit. I tend to get a takeaway once or twice a month now with a few friends and it’s nice to be able to check out reviews and try out a new place each time. The takeaway I used when I took these photos was Haldy Aroma Of India.

It’s delightfully simple to use:

1 – Pop your postcode in and select the cuisine you fancy
2 – Scroll through the list of local takeaways and take note of any with discounts
3 – Check out the menu, like it? then…
4 – Place your order and pay by card or cash on arrival. 

The only thing that can be a bit annoying is that you can’t price up two different orders simultaneously. Of course, you can simply open another browser to do this but it’s not exactly ideal. Other than that I’ve got no complaints with using JUST EAT. Although, looking at my account and seeing I have made 15 orders since April, it’s clear to see that it’s very addictive. JUST EAT makes it, if anything, far too easy to order food.

Do any of you use JUST EAT? If not, you should definitely try it out and explore the various takeaways in your local town.

Disclosure: This blog post was written in collaboration with JUST EAT