A new breed of takeaway is coming to Exeter

Launching on Thursday 3rd December after months of planning, Easy Eats, a new online ordering service and app is upping the game of delivered food by bringing together some of the best dishes from around the world, covering all cravings, cuisines and dietary requirements. 

Residents of Cranbrook, Pinhoe and Whipton will be the first to try out this new foodie venture, with plans to extend the delivery areas further in the coming months. 

From pizzas and kebabs to wok fried noodles, sticky ribs and a whole vegan section packed with fresh, plant-based ingredients, this family run team passionate about great food has got you and your hungry bubble covered. You can sit back, relax and let Easy Eats bring the restaurant to you at the press of a button via their website (easy-eats.uk) or very own app, ‘Easy Eats Exeter’.

Owner, Tom says “Our ethos here at Easy Eats is pretty simple – to provide residents of Exeter with quality, South West produce that is transformed into fresh, tasty home-made comfort food, delivered with a smile, and ordered via a simple, convenient and reliable food ordering app. What also makes us different and where we are really upping the food delivery game is with our specially modified vans with built in oven and chiller on board, ensuring our food is delivered hot and the drinks stay chilled. With a whole menu packed with different cuisines, there’ll be no more squabbles over which takeaway to order. It quite simply is diverse dining delivered!”

The Easy Eats app and online ordering system will be live from Thursday 3rd December at 4pm.
To celebrate the launch, Easy Eats are offering 20% off your first order, use the code EASYEATS20.

Stay up to date with Easy Eats news and promotions on Facebook and Instagram.

To download the app ready for Thursday 3rd December, type in Easy Eats Exeter in the app store. Alternatively, simply visit easy-eats.uk to place your order.

Opening hours:
Monday – Wednesday: 4pm – 9pm
Thursday – Friday: 4pm – 10pm
Saturday: 12pm – 10pm
Sunday: 12pm – 9pm
 

The Exeter Daily