Restaurant Ordering and Payment App eleat Launches on Mobile

The eleat app can be used to order food and pay for meals at fast casual or full-service restaurants, beginning in the Washington D.C. area.

Restaurant app eleat has officially launched on iOS and Android. The app was designed to eliminate the problems users may experience when dining at restaurants, like waiting to order or waiting for the check, and allows users to order or pay for their meals at affiliated restaurants through the app.

With eleat, diners can use the app as much or as little as they’d like during their trips to fast casual or full-service restaurants. That is, users can browse a restaurant’s menu and place an order within the app, or order with the server. Users can also pay for their meal within the app, or wait for the check to arrive as normal. If necessary, diners can split the check at the beginning of the meal.

The eleat app can also be used for carryout and delivery orders. Users can search for restaurants based on distance, category and food type, and can submit special requests with their orders. The app also allows users to search based on special dietary requirements, including food allergies, gluten free and vegan diets, as examples.

In a blog post, Terry Miller, founder and CEO of eleat, commented:

It all started on a beach, when my wife, son and I were on vacation, waiting for what seemed like forever to order food and drinks. Then, it actually took forever to get our food and pay our bill. We also had no idea if all the food we ordered would be safe for our son’s food allergies. From there, eleat was born.

The eleat app is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store and Google Play. Its first available restaurants are located in the Washington D.C. area.

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