Just Eat UK partners with Google for new ordering option

Just Eat is now available on Order with Google, providing a new way for customers to place orders in the UK.

The collaboration with Google reiterates Just Eat’s commitment to support its restaurant partners, enabling them to reach new customers and grow revenue.

Over the next few weeks, UK consumers will be able to order from over 25,000 of their favourite restaurants by placing an order using the new feature which makes food ordering available across mobile and desktop platforms through Google Search and Maps.

Whenever consumers search for a particular restaurant in Search or Maps, they will now be given the option to order food directly through Google, without having to visit the Just Eat app or website.

The new feature provides consumers with an easy, flexible option to order their favourite food, and will provide restaurant partners with new customers by reaching an even wider audience, with no additional costs for access to the service.

Just Eat will fulfill the orders that customers place in Order with Google based on the restaurants and menu data available from Just Eat.

Just Eat guest accounts are created for each order and payments are taken by Just Eat and are made via Google Pay. Customers will still be able to access help and quality customer service by phoning the restaurant or contacting Just Eat via email.

Andrew Kenny, Managing Director for Just Eat UK, (pictured), said, “Just Eat is committed to supporting its restaurant partners and I’m delighted that Order with Google is now live and providing them with another way of getting even more customers through their doors.

'This partnership allows us to continue to bring the very best service and ordering opportunities to our customers and restaurant partners as demand for food delivery goes from strength to strength in the UK.”