Terms and Conditions


Identification of the owner of the Web..

Bon App Eat, Ltd. (onwards BonAppEat) with registered office at Lee View House, South Terrace, Cork, Ireland and with CIF 636014, registered in the Registrar of Companies of Dublin (Ireland) is the owner of the Web (hereinafter “Web” or “site” interchangeably).

By browsing our website, you accept that its use is governed in accordance with the conditions described below. If you do not agree, please do not access, browse or use the Website.

BonAppEat reserves the right to modify the presentation, configuration and contents of the Web, as well as to totally or partially modify its Terms and Conditions, informing the user of this.

If you have any questions or comments about the conditions of use of BonAppEat you can contact us through the email info@Bonappeat.com

Use of the site.

You can use the information that is available on the BonAppEat site for personal use only and you cannot use it for commercial use, unless otherwise indicated. For any use for commercial purposes (for example, reproduction), the user must first obtain the authorization of BonAppEat and sign an agreement.

The use of the Web that is contrary to the law and in particular for the following uses (they are mentioned by way of example and not limitation) is not allowed:

  • to deceive others,
  • to violate public morality,
  • to violate intellectual property rights or similar rights,
  • to upload content that contains viruses or other programs that can damage your computer,
  • to transmit, store or upload hyperlinks or content over which the user has no right, especially when said links or content are illegal and violate the law on the protection of personal data,
  • to distribute advertisements or unsolicited emails (known as spam).

Industrial and intellectual property rights.

All logos, trademarks and trade names displayed on the website are the property of BonAppEat and their use is conditioned by the BonAppEat company rules.

The articles, information and other materials on this site are protected by the Industrial and / or Intellectual Property Law. This means that you cannot (except as provided in these conditions and applicable law) modify, copy, reproduce, add or use any information or documentation on the site without the written consent of BonAppEat.


BonAppEat is the owner of this website and, unless otherwise indicated, of all the content included therein. BonAppEat wants the information on the website to be up-to-date and accurate, and will correct all errors reported to it.

However, the content does not constitute any contractual relationship, so BonAppEat will not be responsible for any loss or damage suffered by any user in relation to the information contained in this site.

Any attempt to change the information or any other action that may damage or endanger the integrity of the site are strictly prohibited.

Conflict resolution.

For the conflicts of interpretation and execution derived from the use of the Web, the current Irish legislation and the Courts and Tribunals of Ireland will apply, provided that the regulations in force for this purpose provide for the possibility that the parties may submit to a specific jurisdiction.


Last update: 1st september 2020

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