eatigo is now in Malaysia to “connect empty stomachs and empty tables”


eatigo is now in Malaysia to “connect empty stomachs and empty tables”

From L-R: Michael Cluzel, Co-founder & CEO of eatigo International Pte. Ltd and Pumin Yuvacharuskul, Co-founder & CEO Thailand of eatigo International Pte. Ltd at the launch of eatigo Malaysia.

We, as Malaysians, love to eat. But the thing is, we absolutely deplore having to wait for a table at our favorite restaurant – even if it’s just for 10 minutes. This is where eatigo, the off-peak restaurant reservation platform, comes into play.

Through eatigo, Malaysians are able to reserve seats at more than 1,000 different restaurants on the platform, including TGI Fridays, Italiannies, Go Thai, and even Stratosphere @ The Roof. The best part? You’ll be able to get meal discounts of up to 50-percent for not contributing to the rush hour crowd. You won’t have to make any upfront payments nor purchase any coupons – simply make your reservation through eatigo and you will automatically be entitled to the stipulated discount.

But what separates eatigo from, say, Groupon, is that the former allows restaurant owners to decide when they wish to make their discounts available to prospective customers. For example, if Restaurant A notices a slowdown in customers between the hours of 3:00pm to 5:00pm, the owner can get in touch with eatigo to provide discounts specifically during that time frame to attract more foot traffic.

“eatigo was developed to help restaurants fill their empty seats during off-peak hours, while also offering users discounted meals at their favourite restaurants. And now with our expansion plans set in motion, we’re looking to connect more users to their favourite restaurants in the region,” said Michael Cluzel, Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of eatigo.

You can make your reservation on eatigo through its official website, or by downloading the app from the Apple App Store or Google Play.

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