4September, '13
top social restaurants

Top 3 Restaurants Doing It Right On Social Media

As millennials flock to social media more than once a day, all brands who target younger people are benefiting immensely from social interactions. In the case of the fast food industry, some of the top brands including Starbucks, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Burger King and Subway are the kings of social media marketing. In this blog post we’ll share with you what the top three of these restaurants are doing right that has put them in this prestigious place.

27August, '13
Restaurants in UK

Dining Around the World – Part 8: the United Kingdom

We didn’t get a chance to have tea with the queen, but here’s what we enjoyed about the UK’s cuisine and dining: cultured, varied and mixed cuisines. Since the UK (not to be confused with Great Britain which refers to the island minus Ireland) is a melting pot of cultures, races and ethnicities, its food is just as diverse.

19August, '13
Brazil

Dining Around the World – Part 7: Brazil

Family, football, food, Carnaval. There. We just summed up Brazil for you in four words. The third isn’t the only reason why we love the place! Brazilians are extremely friendly with an incredible zest for life. They’re warm and hospitable and even extended relatives are considered part of the family. The three meals of the day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) are primarily for socialising.

15August, '13
restaurant tools

3 Successful Social Media Tools for Restaurants

You’ll read a lot of blog posts where social media enthusiasts will try to convince you that a certain kind of technology can remarkably boost your customer relationships. Truth is, technology alone can never improve relations. It can help you keep track of data and derive conclusions from it, but at the end of the day, it is your personal interaction with the people that will compel your diners to keep coming back to your restaurant.

26July, '13
bahamas

Dining Around the World – Part 6: Bahamas

Time somehow dilates in the Bahamas. The day is so fluid and the lifestyle so laid back, we realise why the Bahamas are such a favourite vacation stop. You wouldn’t find a better place to relax than in the Caribbean. The long sandy beaches, dotted pink with sea shells and clear blue waters remind us of pirates, coconuts and rum.