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  1. OpenTable reveals the country’s annual Top 50 Fit for Foodies restaurants

    Birmingham-based Carters of Moseley takes number one spot amongst other leading regional restaurants in coveted top ten 11th June 2019: OpenTable, the world’s leading restaurant booking service, has today announced its 2019 Top 50 Fit for Foodies restaurants in the UK. The annual list showcases the top 50 restaurants across the UK in the Fit… read more

  2. OpenTable turns the tables on no-shows

    A third of restaurant diners admit they have failed to show for a reservation at some point in their life OpenTable data reveals more no-shows occur from phone bookings (4.6%) than online (4.4%) London, Manchester and Leeds are the UK cities where diners admit to the most no-shows OpenTable launches new Book Responsibly campaign to… read more

  3. Love is in the Air as OpenTable Reveals the UK’s Most Romantic Restaurants

    OpenTable reveals the 50 most romantic restaurants in the country London, Edinburgh and Kent are top three cities with the most romantic restaurants LONDON, UK – 30 January 2019: For any lovers feeling the pressure to pick the perfect spot this Valentine’s Day, whether you’re celebrating your first Valentine’s or looking to spice up your… read more

  4. OpenTable names 2018 top 100 restaurants in the UK based on diner reviews

      CORE by Clare Smyth is crowned best restaurant by OpenTable diners. London restaurants dominate the top 100 list with 81% of spots taken by restaurants in the capital British Cuisine comes out on top, making up 22% of this year’s restaurant list Top 100 is compiled from more than 851,000 verified OpenTable diner reviews… read more

  5. It’s the most wonder-(stress)ful time of the year

    OpenTable reveals Christmas Day restaurant-dining is up 240% as compared to five years ago 2017 saw a 14% booking increase in diners as compared to 2016 Italian named second most popular cuisine for Christmas Day dining   London, 15 November 2018: If the thought of 6am turkey alarms and mountains of potatoes to peel isn’t… read more