Eatstreet, an online and mobile food ordering service, disclosed today a security breach that took place last month and during which a hacker stole the company's database, complete with customer and partner details. However, in a series of data breach notification letters the company sent to end customers, delivery services, and restaurant partners, the company admitted to getting hacked. Per EatStreet, the hacker breached its computer network on May 3 and proceeded to access and download information from its database, until May 17, when the company said it detected the intrusion and promptly terminated the hacker's access. The hacker stole information on customers who used the EatStreet online or mobile service to order food from local restaurants to their homes. The hacker also got hold of information EatStreet had on restaurants participating in its service, along with info on the third-party delivery services that the company had partnered with to deliver the food from restaurants to customers' homes.