Burrp has partnered with Dineout, one of India's largest table reservation platforms, and will now allow users to reserve a table, while on the move by just clicking the RESERVE button.
The service will be functional across common restaurants between the two platforms. Currently, Dineout has over 2500 restaurants available for reservations across 8 cities – Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkata & Ahmedabad. With this move Burrp will now be able to deliver a seamless experience to their users, taking them from discovery to reservations across over 1300 restaurants in Phase 1.
Ankit Mehrotra, Founder, Dineout said, "We believe in connecting smart diners with great restaurants. When someone comes to Burrp they are presented with an amazing array of choices, and now with this integration, they will not need to worry about waiting outside as long as they reserve."
Pradeep Prabhu, Co-Business Head, Burrp said “We are extremely delighted to collaborate with DineOut on reservations and realise this as an incredible opportunity for businesses to connect with Burrp’s highly engaged users. Burrp has been making eating out easier since 2006. Many of our users choose to interact directly with the businesses and this integration is one way of making it happen. Over time, we would seek to broaden Burrp’s utility and become an all-in-one destination for decision making, recommendation, table reservation and food delivery.”
“With this integration with Dineout, users will be able to avoid long wait times by seamlessly reserving tables at their favourite restaurants, and restaurateurs will be able to manage their floor inventory better. There is a lot of redundancy in the marketplace right now with multiple people trying to burn millions of dollars trying to do the same thing. We look at this space to forge partnerships and come out stronger together than to grow at each other’s expense.” Abhishek Chhajlani, Co-Business Head, Burrp! said.
The feature will be available on both – the Burrp app and the website for the users.
(Disclaimer: BURRP is a Network 18 Property)