Online table reservation startup EazyDiner has raised Rs 40 crore in a fresh round of funding in a new round from DMI Alternative Investment Fund – The Sparkle Fund.
The startup will use the funding to accelerate growth plans and expand its presence to new cities across the country. The investment will also enable EazyDiner to scale its operations in the Middle East and ‘add new features’ to make its platform more appealing for customers and restaurant partners.
“This money will be used to create new products that make it easier for users to eat out and provide them with immediate confirmations… This money will be used to introduce payments into Saudi Arabia, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi. Since we have been in Dubai for more than five years and the Middle East is a very important market for us, Kapil Chopra continued.
“We are thrilled to collaborate with the EazyDiner team as they expand their operations both domestically and abroad. The future of dining out is bright thanks to EazyDiner, according to Shivashish Chatterjee, co-founder of DMI Finance. “The Sparkle Fund is always on the search for businesses who have a vision to innovate in the financial services ecosystem,” he added.
Founded and led by Kapil Chopra, EazyDiner helps users discover great restaurants and bars, book reservations within 10 seconds, and make payments using PayEazy when paying their bill on the EazyDiner app.
EazyDiner is a well-known tool for restaurant payments, table reservations, and meal discovery. In less than 10 seconds, immediately find and reserve reservations at over 10,000 fantastic restaurants in India and Dubai.