Restaurant reservation app Catch Table launches English version
Restaurant reservation app Catch Table launched an English version.
Catch Table (English Ver.) is currently available on various app stores.
With this new version, Catch Place hopes to further promote Korean cuisine and facilitate dining experiences for foreigners in Korea, according to a statement released Monday.
Catch Table allows users to make online reservations around the clock. It also shows information such as discount offers, location, menus, prices, corkage fees and parking at over 4,000 restaurants in the country.
Users can browse by location, cuisine and price.
There is also a customized curation list that consists of Catch Table’s restaurants under the tab “Guidebook Selection.”
The original Korean version of the app has some 2 million active users, according to Catch Table.
“We decided to start developing our English version following requests about it,” said Catch Table in its statement. “Visitors to Korea in the past had a hard time emailing and waiting for an answer from restaurants to reserve seats; however, now they can search and easily reserve premium restaurants any time based on dates, time and the number in their parties.”
BY LEE JIAN [email@example.com]