Gordon Ramsay Goes With OpenTable

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Gordon Ramsay Holdings will adopt OpenTable reservation and guest management solutions, in all of its UK restaurants.

Gordon Ramsay UK restaurants will manage their phone, walk-in and online reservations using the OpenTable Electronic Reservation Book at each location. In addition, OpenTable will power real-time, online reservations from the website as well as through bookings from its restaurant-reservation website,, and through its network of partners.

OpenTable has more than 25,000 restaurant customers, which include 73 of the 150 Michelin starred restaurants in the UK, and 115 of the 130 Michelin starred restaurants in the U.S.  The company has seated more than 280 million diners around the world, representing more than $10 billion spent at partner restaurants.  In addition to its consumer destination sites and, OpenTable has more than 600 partners worldwide including American Express, Bing, Google, Squaremeal, Time Out, Yahoo, Yelp, and Zagat.

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