Restaurants may soon have a chance to ask their customers: how does the shoe feel on the other foot?!
The founder of Dimmi, which is basically the Australian equivalent of OpenTable, told the Good Food blog this week that his service will allow member restaurateurs to share information about specific patrons: how much they order, which dishes and wines they prefer, whether they leave generous tips and even “whether [they] continued to camp out at the table long after [they'd] finished dessert.”
With whom would they share this information? Other restaurants, of course.