This week, The Catch Group, who owns ecommerce sites Catch of the Day, Scoopon, Mumgo, and Grocery Run, has added a new site to their stable this week YumTable.
Yumtable is a booking site combining some of the best features of current booking platforms and deal sites, changing the end to end experience for the consumer. Customers are able to search for restaurants, claim hassle free discounts and reserve tables – all on the same site.
With over 700 mid to high-end restaurants on board for the launch, diners can enjoy discounts all year round – with savings of up to 50% at some of Australia’s premier dining institutions.
Levi Aron, Operations Manager at YumTable said in a statement, “We wanted to create a site that enhances the dining experience so we provide the best way for people to book and enjoy their meal. YumTable offers both a booking and discount service in one, and is fully focused on helping people to get the most out of their dining experience. When a reservation is made, the offer is automatically communicated with the restaurant and the discount accounted for on the final bill”.
What sets YumTable apart from their competitors is that they have no vouchers, and no forced mid-week dinners. The focus is on savings at quality restaurants, with great range and choice for food lovers.
An introductory booking fee of $1 gets diners amazing offers for each available restaurant, which is always a minimum of 25 percent off, meaning no matter what restaurant you book with, consumers are always bound to get a fantastic deal.