Just Eat scrap minimum spend on lunchtime orders

Just Eat

“At Just Eat, we are all about making life easier for our customers”

If you enjoy a delicious feed during your work break then we’ve got some great news. Just Eat have today announced they are withdrawing the minimum spend for lunchtime orders. No longer will you have to send that office e-mail asking colleagues to bump up your order.

The no minimum spend applies to 30 delicious restaurant partners across Dublin between 12-4pm. If the weather is decent you can opt to take lunch outdoors by placing your order and have it ready to collect en route to the park.

The full list of Restaurants with no minimum spend include Bun Cha, Chopped, Cocu, Eddie Rockets, Freshii, KFC, My Meat Wagon, Osteria Lucio, Pacinos, The Counter Burger, The House of Salads, Umi Falafel and Zambrero. Not all locations listed will feature the offer so it’s best to check first to avoid disappointment.

Amanda Roche Kelly, MD of Just Eat Ireland said; “At Just Eat, we are all about making life easier for our customers. Time is precious and that is why ordering at lunchtime continues to grow in popularity as people ditch the queues for quick and easy collection or a delivery. We have worked with over 30 of our restaurant partners to remove their minimum spend requirement which is going to help make our lunchtime ordering service even more accessible for people. It’s available just in time for lunchtime in the park!”.

Just Eat who celebrated their 10th year in Ireland last month have also added 11 new restaurant partners to try out including Freshii, Chopped, Sun Bear Gelato, Ruby’s Pizza & Grill, Spice of India, Five Guys, Cocu, Sbarro New York Pizza and Kuraudo Sushi & Yakiniku. For more information check out JustEat.ie