toptable Named Exclusive Restaurant Bookings Partner for Zomato.com

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LONDON, August 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --



Zomato teams up with toptable to provide diners access to real-time reservations at thousands of top UK restaurants

Zomato.com, Britain's most comprehensive online restaurant and nightlife guide, covering in-depth information for over 20,000 restaurants in London, Manchester and Birmingham, has integrated table reservations into their dine-out platform in an exclusive partnership with toptable, the UK's leading provider of online restaurant reservations, owned and operated by OpenTable (OPEN).

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Over 500,000 monthly Zomato users now have the option to search real-time table availability and make an instantly confirmed reservation via toptable while planning for their next meal.

"Zomato is essentially a restaurant discovery platform; users come to us to discover new places to dine at. It was a natural next step for us to take them from discovery to dining by providing the facility to make table reservations," said Pankaj Chaddah, Zomato's co-founder and COO. "We are glad to be partnering with the best in the business, toptable, in order to do so," he added.

"toptable restaurant customers benefit from the added exposure our extensive partner network provides. Zomato is a fantastic new addition and we are pleased to bring our restaurant reservation facility to this growing restaurant and nightlife guide," said Mike Xenakis, managing director, OpenTable International.

About Zomato

  • Headquartered in New Delhi, India, Zomato is currently present in 27 cities across 8 countries: India, UK, UAE, the Philippines, Qatar, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, and South Africa.
  • Zomato provides in-depth information such as scanned menus, mapped coordinates, contact details, pictures, and user ratings and reviews for over 115,000 restaurants worldwide.
  • With a combined web and mobile traffic of over 15 million users per month, Zomato is ranked among the top 2,400 websites in the world.

Zomato plans to continue to expand its reach into continental Europe, the Middle East, South America, and South-East Asia in this calendar year. More information is available at http://www.zomato.com/london.

About toptable/OpenTable Inc.

With over 4,000 bookable restaurants, toptable is the leading provider of online restaurant bookings in the UK and is powered by OpenTable hospitality solutions for restaurants. OpenTable is the world's leading provider of online restaurant reservations, seating more than 12 million diners per month via online bookings across more than 28,000 restaurants. The OpenTable network connects restaurants and diners, helping diners discover and book the perfect table and helping restaurants deliver personalized hospitality to keep guests coming back. The OpenTable service enables diners to see which restaurants have available tables, select a restaurant based on verified diner reviews, menus and other helpful information, and easily book a reservation. In addition to the company's website and mobile apps, OpenTable powers online reservations for nearly 600 partners, including many of the Internet's most popular global and local brands. For restaurants, the OpenTable hospitality solutions enable them to manage their reservation book, streamline their operations and enhance their service levels. Since its inception in 1998, OpenTable has seated more than 490 million diners around the world.  The Company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and the OpenTable service is available throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Germany, Japan, Mexico and the UK. OpenTable also owns and operates toptable, the leading consumer destination site for restaurant reservations in the UK.  More information is available at http://press.toptable.co.uk/.

OpenTable, OpenTable logos, toptable and other service names are the trademarks of OpenTable, Inc. and/or its affiliates

For any press queries, please contact Kritika Arora at kritika@zomato.com, phone: +44(0)7508988009.

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