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Online Restaurant Reservation Service TableGrabber Expands To Brazil & Chile

Online restaurant reservation service TableGrabber has expanded its operations to Sao Paulo and Rio De Janeiro in Brazil and Santiago in Chile. The Brazil expansion was first reported by TechCircle. Speaking to Medianama, TableGrabber CEO Pawan Marwaha said that they currently offer English versions of the site in these regions, but they have developed Portuguese and Spanish versions and plan to roll it out next week. They have also recruited local staff in these regions and are currently in talks with restaurants for tie-ups. Marwaha however declined to disclose the number of restaurant partners in Brazil and Chile. Launched in April 2012, Tablegrabber is an online restaurant reservation service which claims to offer real time reservations along with dynamic pricing depending upon the dining time. The company focuses on premium hotel, fine dining restaurants and bars and claims to offer online reservations for more than 450 restaurants across Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. Some of the restaurants include Taj Group, the ITC group, Oberoi, Lalit Ashok, The Biere Club, Park Hotel, and Blue Frog among others. The company currently offers the service on the web, but it plans to launch mobile apps across all platforms in the future. It also seems to offer event bookings and restaurant deals in Delhi and Mumbai and the company plans to expand to other Indian cities in the future. While Marwaha declined to share the number of reservations clocked by TableGrabber until now, he informed that they are growing at a healthy rate. He also noted that online restaurant reservations is still…

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