Nottingham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) August 03, 2009 -- Nottinghamshire is well known for the quality of its restaurants and with over 300 in the city centre alone, weâre spoilt for choice. To help diners decide where to eat out, Experience Nottinghamshire has teamed up with Go dine to launch a new online partnership, accessible at http://en.godine.co.uk/
Go dine is an online booking and advisory service developed by young Nottinghamshire entrepreneur, Adam Roberts, 25, with support from one of Channel 4âs Secret Millionaires and well known business innovator Ben Way, who specialises in new technologies.
The site offers the most comprehensive restaurant directory the county has ever seen with search criteria to find exactly what youâre looking for. Features include special offers, downloadable menus, an image gallery, reviews, maps and directions. Plus, itâs free to join.
Restaurants already signed up to the service are realising the benefits it can bring to their business, particularly during quieter periods when thereâs a need to generate more bookings.
Dan Lindsay, owner of World Service and Iberico World Tapas restaurant in Nottingham restaurant in Nottingham said:
âWeâre really happy with how Go dine works. Itâs great for generating more reservations and the way in which we receive bookings is really efficient.
I like the email confirmations and telephone alerts we get when a booking is made through the service and the hands on approach of the Go dine team, who when sending us bookings, encourage customers to book slots that are available.â
Really, I donât see any reason why a restaurant wouldnât join Go dine!â
Visitors to Nottingham will find it particularly useful when staying in the city, whether on business or a weekend break. It takes the stress out of finding somewhere suitable to eat, making sure their stay is as relaxed and carefree as possible and within budget.
In the current climate, itâs businesses that seek out a niche in the market that survive the downturn and this service seems to do just that. It bridges the gap between restaurants and diners, offering benefits to both, at a time of economic uncertainty.
Adam said: âGo dine will reinvent and reinvigorate restaurant booking and promotion, taking it into the 21st centuryâ.
For more information and images please contact: Alex Green Media and Communications Manager Experience Nottinghamshire t: 0115 962 8315