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Each order may be rated on factors of quality, service and value by a customer.
All ratings are then combined to produce an average rating for a restaurant. These are displayed in the search results once a minimum number of ratings have been received.
If you are a member, you can rate your order from your Order History by clicking on the Rate an order icon:
If you ordered as a guest, you will receive an automated email the morning after your order, inviting you to rate and review your experience. Just follow the link in that email to submit your rating.
Remember, your rating applies to your whole order - not just a single item. Try to give fair ratings, so that the whole community can judge who are the best takeaways in town
The community ratings are simply an average of all the individual order ratings received from customers within the last six months. The rating is not created or endorsed by hungryhouse, it's an accurate reflection of the feedback that has been submitted by people who have ordered from that takeaway.
After six months, all ratings and reviews are automatically purged, so the community rating displayed will always reflect the current service levels.
Your review should only provide feedback about the restaurant you have ordered from, as it will be published on their page. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions regarding the hungryhouse service, please contact us
We encourage our partner restaurants to publically reply to customer reviews. As such, you may see a reply beneath your review on the page.
In some cases, hungryhouse will contact you after following up with the restaurant owner. It's also possible that a restaurateur may contact you directly to apologise or offer compensation, although we do encourage restaurants to make contact through us.
To remove feedback, please contact us. A member of our customer support team will remove your review as requested and reply to your message to confirm this has been done as quickly as possible.
When we display your feedback, your first name and area (eg Mandy, SW1) will be shown. No further personal information will be published on the website.
In the event that a restaurant contacts hungryhouse to ask for the contact details of a reviewer, we will always suggest they communicate through us, rather than advising them to contact you directly, as your privacy is important to us.
Honest, constructive customer reviews are perhaps one of the greatest strengths of our service. We hope you will write your review with the community in mind. We want people browsing our website to be able to make an informed decision before picking a local restaurant from our listings, so please go into as much detail as you can about the food and service you received.
Also bear in mind that the managers of our partner restaurants frequently check their review pages, so try to offer helpful and constructive feedback that they can act on to offer better experiences to future customers.
Try to stay on topic, and only describe your experience with the order being reviewed. If you explicitly advise that people should not order from the restaurant you ordered with, or if you mention a competitor restaurant, we are not able to publish your review. For a full list of house rules that your review must abide by, please click here.
If you're still not sure what to write, for some examples of outstanding customer reviews you can check out our Review of the Week section.
The review system at hungryhouse allows our customers to make a more informed decision when ordering a takeaway.
To encourage regular, descriptive reviews and increase participation in this part of the site, we started the "Review of the Week" competition.
Each week, our Customer Support team will choose entrants for the competition from the reviews submitted. The more descriptive and informative (or amusing!) the review, the more chance you have of being entered.
Every Friday, the "best" review will be selected from the list of entrants, and this person will receive £25 worth of hungryhouse credit.
Review of the Week ENTRANT
A blue ribbon indicates the review was nominated as an entrant in the Review of the Week competition.
Review of the Week WINNER
A red ribbon indicates the review was one of the winners of the Review of the Week competition.