About the Book:
The best of Zomato now distilled into an easy reference print guide is back in a bigger, better all new version.
One goes to the site to look up information about what one knows (phone numbers or menus of a particular restaurant or user reviews), but the guide will actually tell you the best for any occasion you want, providing listings and user reviews. The Connoisseur’s Guide to Eating Out (now covering six cities) gives the power to you – the foodie. The guide features 250+ top user rated and must visit restaurants based on various occasions and moods (Romantic Dinner, Nightlife & Clubbing, Beer in a Bar, Family Dining, and more). It is the only guide with QR codes (Quick Response) that provide instant access via your mobile phones, amplifying the content and value of the guide a hundred fold. The guide also highlights Rocky and Mayur’s favorite restaurants.
About the Author :
Zomato was started with a vision to help people discover more places to eat-whether near their home, workplace or places they were travelling to. Since it went live in 2008, Zomato is now the largest electronic restaurant guide in the country serving more than three million unique users across its mobile and web platforms every month. Zomato provides menus, ratings, reviews, photos, maps for restaurants in 17 cities across India (Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Indore, and Ludhiana), UAE (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah) and Sri Lanka (Colombo).
The site is extremely easy to use and in a few simple clicks foodies can explore a whole range of restaurants depending on their choice of cuisine, location and budget preference. The Zomato website is at www.zomato.com and mobile apps are available across all major mobile platforms.
|Title:||Zomato: The Connoisseurs Guide to Eating Out in Mumbai 2013|
|Number Of Pages:||240|