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Food / December 13, 2021

Just Eat announce take away award nominees

Food / December 13, 2021

Just Eat announce take away award nominees

by Shamim de Brún

Ireland’s biggest consolidated takeaway delivery website and app, Just Eat, have announced their best takeaway nominations today.

Just Eat hosts these awards annually to recognize and reward the outstanding restaurants on the platform. They reward a variety of different restaurants by splitting them into categories and letting consumers vote for their favourite.

Voters are in with a chance to win free takeaway for a year by voting for their favourite spots across 26 categories. One year of ‘’free takeaway” on Just Eat, consists of a weekly voucher of € 100,- distributed every week for 52 weeks. You have the opportunity to vote until midnight on the 31of December. Winners will be announced in February 2022.

The categories include Best in Dublin, Best Spice Bag, Best of Ireland, Gamechanger, Best Burger and Best Chipper. Nominees were selected by the team at Just Eat. The winners of the Just Eat Takeaway Awards are determined based solely on a public voting system. The winner will be decided based on which nominee receives the highest number of votes.

Joanne McNally will host the awards. McNally is an Irish stand up comedian, writer, and actor. She is a native of Killiney, County Dublin and was the co-host of Republic of Telly for RTÉ.

Just Eat is an online food order and delivery service founded in 2001 in Kolding, Denmark. It acts as an intermediary between independent takeaway food outlets and customers. 

Just Eat is also set to create 160 jobs in Ireland and open a new headquarters in what the company described as a “substantial expansion” of its operations here.