“TheFork is one of the most useful resources for making restaurant reservations in Europe. Similar to OpenTable (which you can download if you’re traveling within the U.S.), you can browse different restaurants by category and make reservations. TheFork is available in over 4,000 cities within 11 countries — most in Europe but also Brazil and Australia — and it seems to be expanding rapidly.
“The biggest perk is that many restaurant reservations come with discounts — in some cases, you can get up to 50% off your meal just by reserving a table through TheFork. And since we here at TPG are always down for earning rewards, make sure to monitor your YUMS — TheFork’s reward system. You’ll earn between 50 and 300 YUMS per reservation, and when you hit 1,000, you get a discount on your bill.”
How to make restaurant reservations in Europe with TheFork
Just like with OpenTable, you can use TheFork to research restaurants and make reservations in one place. Instead of picking up the phone to call a restaurant, you can secure a table with just “2 clicks,” after which you’ll get a confirmation via email and SMS. Options pull from more than 80,000 partner restaurants, and there are more than five million reviews to help you choose among them. And in addition to a website, TheFork also has free apps for both iOS and Android.
For €10 off: Use the promo code APP19 with your first booking and receive 1,000 Yums, which can be converted into a €10 discount.
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