Eatigo offers an easy way of not only booking a table at your favourite restaurant, but also grabbing yourself a bargain at the same time.
The app is primarily a table reservation service that also allows you to book a table at a wide variety of partner restaurants in Bangkok and Pattaya, with prices discounted by as much as 50 percent during off peak hours.
Aside from its convenience and ease of use, what sets Eatigo apart from other similar online discount sites is that are no discount codes or coupons and you don’t need to pay a single Baht before you enter your restaurant or cafe of choice.
There are currently more than one hundred restaurants in Bangkok which have partnered with Eatigo including Atrium at Landmark Bangkok, Hard Rock Cafe, Sunrise Tacos, Bangkok Burger, High Hat Sushi and La Creperie.
As well as offering customers great discounts, Eatigo offers restaurants owners a way of helping to fill their premises outside of peak times and claims to be the first app in the world that can help improve restaurant yield.
Yesterday, Eatigo was recognised as one of the region’s best startups, taking home 2nd prize at the Tech in Asia 2015 event which is currently being held in Singapore.
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