Thursday June 28th, 2012
Takeaway orders have tripled during the 2012 football Euro Cup. Despite the economic crisis, football encourages to spend money, at least on takeaways. Restalo.es the leading online restaurant booking service with more than 5,000 restaurants in Spain, noted that orders for takeaways have tripled during the first week of the football competition. During this period, the website has registered a total of 2,000 food orders, the main part of them coinciding with the footbal games of the Spanish National Team.
Restalo.es has recently become the first website with restaurant booking service of Spain that also offers an exclusive takeaway service. One of the main advantages of this service is the possibility of getting special discounts of up to 70%. In addition, there are no delivery costs which make this offer the most advantageous on the market.
According to Juan Otero, CEO and founder of Restalo “the profile of a consumer that uses takeaway service is a person from the upper middle class who is not looking for a usual fast food but for quality food. The emotions caused by football make a lot of clients choose this type of service, because most likely they will be watching a football game at home together with their friends.”
The new service has been launched in the main Spanish cities but soon it will be launched in the rest of the country. It only takes 3 steps: the user introduces a post code, chooses the restaurant as well as the menu and either pays online or chooses to pay later in cash. Once the process is completed, Restalo.es deals directly with the restaurant.
Restalo is aware of the growing demand from users who would like to manage their takeaway orders online and the importance of generating additional revenue to the catering sector; this is why the company attempts to contribute its grain of sand. “Our goal is to offer our users the opportunity to book a restaurant table or order food from thousands of restaurants whenever, wherever and through any device they wish” says Juan Otero, CEO of Restalo.« Go Back