Zomato Restaurant Guide is published every year
Zomato Restaurant Guide is quite helpful in terms of rating, quality, variety etc.
Zomato Restaurant Guide 2012 (Delhi NCR) is a complete guide in all aspects in guiding you about all known eating joints in NCR (National Capital Region). It will be a waste of time in finding out any missing parameter on which you would like to have in mind while selecting for a restaurant for any kind of occasion - be it an all of a sudden idea to take the family out for Lunch or Dinner, or a well-planned family gathering on a special day. This is a great initiative by Zomato India.
Food and Beverages (F&B) industry in India is estimated to reach to a new peak of $350 billion by the year 2013 - a year from now. The industry is already zooming at a tremendous pace. That is how, looking at the speed with which the industry is accelerating, two like-minded young guys Deepindar Goyal and Pankaj Chaddha - decided to jump into the ocean and starting a new venture - Zomato, India. The actual story began almost two years back when Deepindar and Pankaj designed a website known as Foodiebay.com that was mainly focused on covering of most of the restaurants, their menus, and reviews, comments, and experience sharing by different people. Based on various parameters, the recommendations were given for these eat-out places. The application built was accessible on The Web as well as on a smartphone. Zomato Restaurant Guide was a totally new concept initiated by Zomato India,
Best thing in a handbook is that it is easily carry-able wherever you move and referable at your own wish. You are not dependent on your mobile, wi-fi, internet or any other gadget to browse through all this important information. Slightly disadvantageous part is that website gets updated in a real time scenario whereas for the latest information in printed guide you will have to wait for the next edition to get launched. For each of the restaurant covered besides having the information listed above, you also get info like whether it is Pure Veg, Non-veg, Dine-in, Delivery, Bar, Credit Card accepted or not. Red color on each of these icons indicated yes or available while the gray color (indicating disabled) shows 'No' or not available. Excellent part is the QR Code of each restaurant that you just read through your smartphone and reach directly to the relevant information on your mobile.