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How To Never Queue For A Table Again

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2014 was the year people started forming huge queues outside the latest trendy restaurants and, thanks to the a new app, 2015 looks like it’s going to be the year people came to their senses and stopped.

London based technology company MenuSpring has released the eet app which, for the first time, shows the real time availability of tables for London restaurants.  

 

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If the restaurant shows up as green, there is a table available now. If yellow, a short wait. And if red, a longer one. Give the icon a quick double tap and the restaurant knows you're heading over and can prepare the table and a glass of something nice. 

Restaurants already signed up include Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa, L’Escargot, Senor Ceviche, and others. The company plans to expand to cities throughout the UK and abroad in 2015.

An app that’s arrived right on queue. 

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