Three years after hungryhouse co-founders, Shane and Tony, appeared on Dragons' Den and received an offer of investment from Duncan Bannatyne and James Caan, Duncan and the BBC revisited our illustrious leaders to find out if hungryhouse could be 'the one that got away'.
We're really excited this week, because our founders, Shane and Tony, won a BT Essence of the Entrepreneur award for hungryhouse.
Shane went along to a star-studded event at the Oxo Tower (by the River Thames), and collected our award from none other than Peter Jones. Perhaps the best bit, though, is that all the winners got to be photographed by legendary photographer, Rankin.
This year, a lot of the winners were companies like us, whose success is driven by technological innovation. Some great ideas include a company making wild jelly shapes -- any design you'd like -- and a traditional fruit stall with a twist.
For those of you who haven't heard this Asda customer complaint before, we thought it was worth adding to our Fun pages for your amusement. Hilarious!
Another good reason to order your pizzas online at hungryhouse.co.uk, rather than tempting fate with the supermarket variety...
hungryhouse.co.uk gets the thumbs-up ahead of the competition, from consumer review site Mazi.tv.
See what Poppy Dinsey and Maz Nadjm have to say by clicking to play the video.
A recent Sky News report shows that takeaway orders are on the increase, bucking the 'credit crunch' trend.
Featured in the story is one of our partner restaurants, Scoff, so why not sample their Modern British cuisine today from any of their 3 branches across London: Scoff Fulham, Scoff Kingston or Scoff Islington.