Zomato, the world’s fastest growing food and restaurant discovery platform, will be expanding services to Cebu and its wide array of dining options by the end of May.
“Cebu is a world-famous travel and food destination, not just for Manila dwellers, but also for international travellers. Based on recurring customer feedback, we jumped on board, explored the city, and began collecting data to provide better food and restaurant search information for the hungry public,” shared Zomato Philippines Country Manager Anton Ojeda.
Available in 22 countries, and backed by 80 million foodies monthly, Zomato is your best option to search for and discover great places to eat. It’s an online and mobile restaurant search and discovery service, providing extensive info on just about anything you would need to know in order to make your preferred foodie decisions. Users can search by collections, which are theme-based lists based on user traffic, popularity, and relevance; by neighborhood, by cuisine, by kind of establishment – or even by budget.
With updated, clear menus, pictures, user reviews and ratings, and maps, Zomato Philippines has made a loyal following, with an average of 12 million users monthly and covering 11,000 restaurants in Metro Manila, Antipolo and Tagaytay. “We scouted close to 3,000 restaurants in Cebu, and we’re excited to eat in all of them with fellow foodies, around the country and from all over the world,” Ojeda said.
Zomato (http://www.zomato.com) is an online and mobile restaurant search and discovery service, providing in-depth information for over one million restaurants across 22 countries. Zomato's core content features include menus, photos, and geocoded coordinates for restaurants. It currently serves over 80 million monthly visitors globally.
Zomato was founded in 2008 by Deepinder Goyal and Pankaj Chaddah. The company is present in over 100 cities across India, the UK, Ireland, Canada, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, UAE, South Africa, New Zealand, the Philippines, Portugal, Brazil, Chile, Turkey, Indonesia, Lebanon, Sri Lanka, and Qatar. Zomato recently acquired Urbanspoon, marking its entry into the United States and Australia.