Take Eat Easy Food Delivery Service Launches in London @TakeEatEasy_uk

Take Eat Easy (the food delivery service that has taken Belgium and France by storm) has launched in London – with more than 50 popular hotspots including Rosa’s Thai, Andina, Ceviche, BunBunBun, and Sushi Noen already signed up to the service.

Take Eat Easy is also the only premium restaurant delivery service in the capital to offer ‘Uber-style’ trackable deliveries, fuelled by a team of London’s fittest bicycle couriers.

Launched in Brussels in 2013, and expanding to Paris in 2014, Take Eat Easy received $6million series A funding in April to fuel its rapid European expansion, with London the latest city on its hit list. It followed this with a second round of funding for $10million in August.

Background on the founders

Adrien Roose, co-founder and CEO

Take Eat Easy’s CEO, Adrien developed a solid experience in strategy and finance at BNP Paribas and Saatchi & Saatchi. Adrien actually devised the idea of Take Eat Easy while working in London – it was here that the idea of a quick, intuitive, reliable and most importantly delicious food delivery service popped in his mind so returning to London to launch Take Eat Easy was always on the cards.

Chloe Roose, co-founder and VP of Brand

Chloe, Take Eat Easy’s VP of Brand, brings the team a creative spark. Building upon her visual arts and design background and her experience running one of Belgium’s best culinary blog, Brussel’s Kitchen, Chloe ensures Take Eat Easy continues to deliver the best customer experience to order from the best and trendiest restaurants.

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