Hungry? GrubHub at Your Service

Hungry? GrubHub at Your Service

"I wouldn't use Grub Hub if I had allergies or special food needs unless I had already ordered from the restaurant in the past"

Folks living in large cities in the Mid Atlantic area of the United States have probably encountered the irreverent cartoon based subway advertisements for the GrubHub service. I've seen them so far in New York City, Philadelphia and Baltimore. I don't believe the subway ads alone would have been enough to try the app, after if you want to order delivery food in Brooklyn where I live, it's a matter of picking up any one of the approximately three million menus that are left in your apartment lobby, picking up you cell phone and calling.A friend told me about Grub Hub though and I started using it regularly. I've seen a few complaints about GrubHub both in the app store and on the individual restaurant reviews, but I've never had a problem with a single order I've made. It's perfect for when you're apartment sitting and you don't know who delivers to your area or when you want to order a different kind of cusine than you normally do. Also, there are some restaurants that don't heavily advertise that they deliver but still do, but only through the Grub Hub service.

Another advantage of Grub Hub is that your order doesn't go through human hands until it printed out or at least in electronic form. This means if your order is simple and you don't require substitutions or any changes from the menu, there is less chance for any error. I wouldn't use Grub Hub if I had allergies or special food needs unless I had already ordered from the restaurant in the past, since there's no way to communicate directly with the restaurant. For simple meals when you're not super rushed (using Grub Hub adds about 15 minutes to the process) I definitely recommend this app. 298