ReserveDine, a new food tech company on the horizon in India has decided to start its journey in Hyderabad on a beautiful note by inviting 50 little angels from an orphanage and treat them with an exclusive fine dine experience alongside with some amazing gifts….reports Asian Lite News
The kids experienced a lavish lunch specially curated for them at one of the premier hotels in Hyderabad, The Mercure Hotel, Banjara Hills. Top food bloggers and foodies from Hyderabad were invited too in this soulful charity event where they were seen engaging and interacting with little kids.
ReserveDine, a company with its vision and goal to become a billion-dollar organization is determined to create a food revolution in India. It’s idea of creating a strong food community to help food lovers with the recognition they deserve is making news for itself. ReserveDine will help the food lovers to seamlessly discover and reserve their table at their favourite restaurant. ReserveDine’ s user-friendly app also gives all the experience, a diner would love to have at restaurants and nightlife options in and around your city, along with menus, 360⁰ inside view, reviews and a unique social platform for all food lovers. The app offers you with the best deals in the town, ReserveDine team has negotiated discounts upto 40% with their partner restaurants. You can also Check-in at Restaurants, Bars & Cafes and follow other foodies/friends for personalised recommendations. Reserve Dine is making news for its focused marketing plans of expanding in the other cities of India.
“Invited for ReserveDine’s Charity Event “Reflections” it was absolutely nothing about food but for the love for food. Be it the Core Team of ReserveDine’s humble launch of their app , the way they kept foodies and customers in front of their business model , the way they made the little angles from the orphanage the main guests to the little heroes dance performances and finally making the present foodies to be the host of the lifetime dining experience for those well deserving little angles, this even changed the whole aspect of being a foodie and made me feel more proud of what we do out of passion and pure love towards food”, says GastroHogger, A Foodie