Zomato has launched table booking service and the same is available at restaurants in multiple cities and languages. The feature allows users to make, modify, and cancel bookings in 3 simple steps at any given time of the day, even outside of the restaurant’s operating hours. The app also makes bookings stress-free by syncing them with calendars, and sending reminders prior to the booking time (Zomato earlier acquired NexTable, a reservation platform).
Zomato has partnered with hundreds of notable restaurants to enable users to book tables via the Zomato app and website. Zomato had earlier launched their online ordering services in April 2015 to help simplify food ordering for customers.
“We understand that restaurants want – and need – integrated solutions; that’s why we’ve spent countless hours designing an ecosystem, not just a single app. Zomato Book integrates with our other products to ultimately give restaurant managers a seamless solution for enhanced consumer delight.
Hundreds of businesses around the world – ranging from small to 1000+ seat restaurants, and even theme park resorts – are already using Zomato Book.” said, Deepinder Goyal, Founder & CEO, Zomato
At present, over 500 establishments across 21 cities globally are using Zomato’s table management and booking systems, and the number is growing by the day.
Recently, Zomato shutdown its ordering service in 4 tier-2 cities.
Restaurant partners include major multinational brand names such as GQ at the JW Marriott in Dubai and the Kempinski group in Dubai and Ajman, Hard Rock Cafe and The Hilton and The Conrad in Istanbul, Universal Studios Resort in the US, Le Meridien in Gurgaon, The Lalit Hotels across India, as well as local favourites such as Summer House Cafe in Delhi, Arbor Brewing Company in Bangalore, and The Bombay Canteen in Mumbai.
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