Thefork Referral Code: 833C35CF
During your first booking use referral code 833C35CF to get 1000 YUMS to be added to your account (worth £20) to use against a future order 🙂
I may be late to the party but how fabulous is TheFork? If you haven’t heard of TheFork website and app, you’ll thank me for introducing you to them. And I’m going a step further by giving you a little perk. If you use the code 833C35CF during your first booking, you get 1000 YUMS (worth £20) added to your account after your meal. TheFork will take so much time and effort out of decision making the next time someone says, “Where do you want to eat?”
But what is exactly is TheFork? You probably guessed TheFork is all about food. If you want food TheFork will bring you to it. It’s the middle-man between customers and restaurants but without the oily charm. It’s a website and app that lets restaurateurs register their eateries, allow customers to check availability and book directly. No more phoning around your local area to find a free table – it’s done and dusted in just a few clicks. What’s more you get to see previous customers ratings and add your own after you’ve dined.
TheFork’s app is a fantastic tool for travellers. Romantic weekend away? No problem. You’ll find an intimate little brasserie for you and your beloved to cosy up in. If fine dining is more your style, TheFork will make it easy to locate a local restaurant with a coveted Michelin star or two. If you’re going further afield but your foreign language skills aren’t exactly fluent, TheFork will take some of the pain out of that restaurant exchange. It will allow you to book a table at a café without you having to mime the act of eating at bemused passers-by. If you’re travelling in Europe or Australia TheFork is the leading online restaurant booking service for both continents. As such you can trust them to do some of leg-work during your trip.
Once installed, TheFork’s app will ask you to approve access to your location. It’ll then immediately show you all the registered restaurant and cafés in your vicinity. It’s that simple. It’s got a range of features, such as offers, specialist dining experiences and the Michelin Guide. Click on the Best Rated and it will take you to a map which shows the restaurant’s rating as a location pin. This way you can easily see what’s good nearby.
You can click on an individual restaurant’s image to get more details about what services they offer, opening hours and their menu. This is a great way to see if the food will suit your palate. I’m not a fussy eater but it makes including a friend with a specific lifestyle into a dinner arrangements so much easier. The website is just as efficient and of course you get to see the bigger picture.
It’s had quite a significant effect on the bf and me too. It’s so easy to get in a restaurant rut, isn’t it? You know the place, you know what’s good. But going to the same place each time you eat out gets a bit dull after a while. Using TheFork we’ve eaten at restaurants we’d never have found by ourselves and have become so much more experimental with which bistros and brasseries we choose because we can check out the details before we book.
Another perk of the app and website is the Yum rewards. The more times you use TheFork, the more Yums you collect. Going to your profile and seeing you’ve collected £20 or £50 off your booking is enough to get your taste buds tingling. And don’t forget that if you use the code 833C35CF during your first booking, you get 1000 YUMS (worth £20) added to your account after your meal.