St Albans website launches new online restaurant booking service

PUBLISHED: 16:48 12 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:33 06 May 2010

LEADING independent website allaboutstalbans.com has launched a new online restaurant booking service. The custom-built facility means that diners can access restaurant details, view current menus, read and write reviews, check table availability and make

LEADING independent website allaboutstalbans.com has launched a new online restaurant booking service.

The custom-built facility means that diners can access restaurant details, view current menus, read and write reviews, check table availability and make automated reservations 24 hours a day.

Currently being piloted in partnership with Lussmanns, the system will soon be available to all local restaurants, pubs and bars. It's the first part of an ongoing programme of interactive services planned by allaboutstalbans.com and is already proving a hit with residents and visitors.

Allaboutstalbans.com founder, Lis Coulthard said: "Our aim is to encourage people to have fun and make the most of St Albans. The restaurants, pubs and bars pages are the most popular areas of our site and this new service will enable the thousands of people who use allaboutstalbans.com every month to book tables quickly and easily. We hope that this will encourage residents to eat out at local restaurants, as well as supporting tourism in St Albans."

Managing director of Lussmanns, Andrei Lussmann added: "Lussmanns is very excited by the arrival of this new interactive booking system introduced and managed by allaboutstalbans.com. Lussmanns, the local's favorite fish and grill restaurant looking after almost 1000 patrons a week, most of which are local, will continue to support and champion British artisan food producers. Allied with allaboutstalbans.com's online booking system Lussmanns will provide yet another reason to eat value driven, quality food, conscience free.

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