Dinabite app helping Londoners eat out for less

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Dinabite, a ‘one-stop-shop’ for restaurant food and drink offers, has released its brand new app. With a refreshed design and the inclusion of several heavily requested features, Dinabite is vowing to become the “must have” app for Londoners in 2019. Following a successful ‘soft launch’ in East London, they are looking to expand their area of operation and cover the whole of the capital by the end of the year.

Dinabite’s user experience is driven by location and lets users find great food from restaurants close to their current location. Working heavily with independent restaurants, Dinabite features app-exclusive restaurant offers, as well as in-store offers, allowing users to find hidden gems in the heavily saturated restaurant market. With a simple “Get Voucher” system that pings an e-voucher straight to your inbox, offers from Dinabite can easily be shared with friends and family.

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Users can open Dinabite and decide whether to check out a time-limited offer, perhaps only available on a certain day of the week, or find an instant discount deal, tap through, book a table or buy a voucher to download or print. The photographs of the food, the app layout, the aesthetics and the really wide range of dishes, from Nepalese to Mexican, offers a really tempting, pleasant browsing journey for the user.

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Giuseppe Uslenghi, Dinabite Co-founder and CEO said: “We’re all really excited here at Dinabite! After lots of great feedback over the last few months, our new and refreshed app includes lots of new features that I’m confident will maximise the benefits of Dinabite for both restaurants and users.

One user-review that I read recently summed it up nicely: “I just get it! So easy, find it nearby, book it, turn up and eat cheaper, all in a couple of minutes on my phone screen…”.

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When restaurant owners are signing-up to increase their footfall, and new users are downloading, eating, saving money and going home happy, then I’m happy too!”

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