Before We #GoDo Here’s What We’ve Gone Did 27 Jan 2017 - Nathalie
So it’s 2017, a whole new year and a whole heap of fresh plans. The year where we ramp it up a gear, the year where it’s time for us to stop talking and start taking Action! as we prepare to take TreatOut to market.
Treatout Meets the Food Talk Show 12 Oct 2016 - Nathalie
Our co-founder Nathalie will be popping in for a chat with the lovely folk at The Food Talk Show, launched to showcase food innovation and promote artisan producers.
Your Living Nightmare Diner 2 Oct 2016 - Nathalie
Nathalie is your living nightmare diner you dread walking in to your restaurant. The one that asks to see the allergen menu and then reels off a list of foods to not eat. So why bother to eat out? Read how she’s learnt to use food as medicine, and why menu transparency is important for all diners with a restricted food list. We might be freefrom but we’re still foodies at heart.
And now there are two! 19 Sep 2016 - Tracey
Today is my first day of working full time on TreatOut. To say I am a wee bit overexcited about this is probably an understatement. I have had to buy myself a coffee machine for the office and cannot wait to be able to focus on our startup. But most importantly it signals the start […]
How our network helps with the Startup Wobble 1 Jul 2016 - Tracey
As is true with all startups, it is a bit of a roller coaster ride. Regardless of whether you are an overnight success or a slow burner, all founders go through those moments, days or even weeks when they feel the Startup Wobble.
The TreatOut founders take on being later-life entrepreneurs 17 Feb 2016 - Nathalie
We were really pleased to be featured this week alongside Sir Richard Branson, in a Forbes article written by journalist Alison Coleman. She was exploring how age and life experience are a bonus for entering into the startup world into what is essentially perceived as a young entrepreneur’s game. It did lead to some very interesting […]
The Birth of TreatOut 17 Oct 2015 - Nathalie
There I was, propped up in bed late at night watching the BCC’s Girls Can Code on the iPad, in awe of starting a tech startup when it suddenly hit me. What exactly is my problem? Of course it has to be my stomach. Or rather, how restaurants don’t cope with feeding my stomach.
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Please remember that you are ultimately responsible for making sure that you are safe when eating out.
It's good practice to contact the restaurant in advance to make sure that the chef can cater for your allergies or intolerances before you make a booking. Always tell your server about your allergies or intolerances and double-check the ingredients when ordering.