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Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel - Pool Grill.

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"There's a big difference between yielding and promotions. Promotions can cheapen your brand, but not yielding." - Judy Tan, Co-founder, eatigo.

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"We do see eatigo customers come back regularly at off-peak timings, so it's still good." - Bonnie Wong, Director of Marketing, Creative Eateries.

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Meat Smith by Unlisted Collection.

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The Entertainer.

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"We can help drive traffic, but it's on the restaurant to do well, too. It's a two-way thing." - Keith Jaggard, Singapore's Country Manager, The Entertainer

Discount Dilemma

Customers love apps that give them dining discounts. But do these go down well with restaurateurs?
May 27, 2017 5:50 AM

Getting 50 per cent off your meal always sounds like a good deal - after all, it's not about dining cheap, but about dining smart, as eatigo co-founder Judy Tan puts it. That may explain why discount dining apps like eatigo, The Entertainer and new entrant EatPlayLive are growing in popularity

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