To all food lovers out there, this is not a drill! No need to blow your budget to enjoy sumptuous, mouth-watering dishes as the newest, revolutionary dining app brings you WOW Wednesday! Starting this summer, Eatigo offers you 50% discounts ALL DAY at your favorite restaurants one Wednesday of each month.
Dine at 50% off at the metro’s best-selling dining places: Barcino, the home of authentic Spanish cuisines; Dillingers 1903, where steaks and pasta reign supreme; Alta at Ascott BGC, an American and Italian restaurant helmed by world-famous Chef Margarita Fores; Gelatofix, a lifestyle café specializing on a spectrum of dishes that complement their vast gelato flavors; and Vengo, where you can find the marriage of a taqueria and coffee shop in one shop. The impressive list of brands goes on! Check it out on the dedicated WOW Wednesday panel on the Eatigo app.
WOW Wednesday will certainly give you something to beat that midweek slump! WOW Wednesday kicks off this month on April 18. But seats can be reserved as early as 12 midnight of April 16!
So hurry up! Download the Eatigo App now http://bit.ly/2HtdlH8 browse and take your pick from the participating restaurants and experience half-price treats on your eats with Eatigo’s WOW Wednesday! Also, make sure to keep tabs on Eatigo’s Facebook page so you don’t miss out on the next schedules of WOW Wednesday!
Founded in 2013, Eatigo’s mission is to connect empty tables with empty stomachs by offering time-based discounts of up to 50% every day at all of its participating restaurants through its online website and mobile applications. Having seated over 5 million diners at more than 2,000 venues across the region, Eatigo is the leading online reservations platform for restaurants in Asia, downloaded by more than 1.5 million users. Backed by TripAdvisor with total up to date funding of US$15.5 million, Eatigo is available in Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, India & Manila and is looking to expand to more countries. Users can choose to dine anywhere, from upscale hotels to popular food chains, and enjoy the same discounts with no strings attached, while restaurants get to fill their empty seats during off-peak hours.