In the age of fast internet (okay, semi-reliable internet) and apps, who needs to make phone calls?
Have you ever been trying to order food or even book a table at a restaurant only to be greeted by the familiar and yet eternally infuriating ”engaged, try again later” tone? According to Dubrovacki Dnevnik, that might soon be a thing of the past as far as life in Dubrovnik is concerned thanks to meni.hr!
While places like Zagreb, Rijeka and Velika Gorica have sites like pauza.hr for quick access to food without having to make tedious phone calls, Dubrovnik has been lagging behind in such matters for a while now. Meni.hr is the first of its kind in the Dubrovnik area and will enable users to order food, reserve tables, review eateries and view menus quickly and easily.
After just three simple online steps: 1) Select a restaurant 2) Choose a dish 3) Place order – your delivery will be on its way.
As mentioned, users will be able to order food and/or book a table at a restaurant with ease. In turn, restaurants will be able to respond to the altering dynamics of the market and will have the ability to change and update their menus, descriptions, images and create attractive new offers and promotions which will then be immediately visible to meni.hr users.
If you’re one of the many in Dubrovnik who are tired of trying to find a table in the middle of summer, or attempting to order food over the phone only to be greeted by the mundane sound of ”beep beep beep” then meni.hr’s arrival in the Pearl of the Adriatic will be more than welcome news.