FEASTFOX: NEW APP LAUNCHED THAT HELPS LOCATE TOP EATING & DRINKING SPOTS IN CAPE TOWN

The Newspaper 

Feastfox app


CAPE TOWN – Feastfox has been designed for those last minute, “let’s eat out” moments. The app includes a great lineup of top eating and drinking spots in Cape Town. Discover new spots on the slick map and image view and make your choice without the hassle of phoning around or waiting for booking confirmation. Making last minute reservations has never been easier.

Most meals are spontaneous events that occur when the need arises. Whether it be the craving of a morning flat white, a healthy and scrumptious lunch between meetings or an incredible fine dining experience; with two taps on the app Feastfox has you covered!

Feastfox launches in collaboration with over 60 of Cape Town’s top restaurants, bars and cafés including: Reuben’s, Kyoto Gardens Sushi, La Boheme, Nobu, Culture Club Cheese, Clarke’s, Hokey Poke, Scheckter’s Raw and Shio.

Co-founder and Cape Town local, Stuart Murless explains, “with a busy lifestyle, I never had time to plan ahead and make bookings. I wanted something which fits into the way I eat out, which is generally on impulse.

With Feastfox, we are moving from the traditional “book now, eat later” concept to “book now, eat now”. This way you can go from craving to feasting with the click of a button.”

The launch area includes the CBD, V&A Waterfront, De Waterkant, Green Point, Sea Point, Gardens, Vredehoek & Tamboerskloof.

For more information on this visit www.feastfox.com

PHOTO: Feastfox app launches with top eating and drinking spots in Cape Town

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