Allset has announced the widespread launch of its food ordering and restaurant reservations app on iOS and Android devices, following a successful testing phase in 10 restaurants in the San Francisco area. Allset allows users to pre-order and pre-pay for meals at restaurants, with a specific focus on allowing users to skip waiting for their meal during a busy lunch break.
This full launch allows any interested restaurant in the United States to use the service. For consumers, this allows users to book tables, and order and pay for their meals, which will be available as soon as they arrive at the restaurant at their desired time. Users can customize their experience by asking for a table near a window, and can include special instructions for their meal’s preparation.
Alongside this launch, Allset has announced it has raised $1.5 million in funding to support its platform.
In a statement, Stas Matviyenko, CEO of Allset, commented:
Our mission is to free busy workers from their desks at lunchtime. On days when we’re stressed at the office—that’s often when a quick change of scene and the pleasure of a sit-down meal is most beneficial. With Allset, eateries are empowered to provide all the joys of a full restaurant experience, minus the parts that can be stressful when you’re in a time crunch: waiting to order and waiting to pay.
Allset is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store and Google Play. A separate app is available on both platforms, specifically for restaurant use. Restaurants interested in learning more about the platform can do so on the Allset website.