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New food review app DishCo launches, embeds meal pledge option


‘Pledge a Meal, Spread a Smile’ intends to achieve substantial CSR traction. Upcoming features include table reservations, coupons, direct resto-chat, deliveries, wallet & online feedback.

DishCo, a newly developed multi-city dining app that allows diners to find, rank and share their favourite dishes and personalize each dining experience launched in Mumbai over the weekend.

The app, available on Android & iOS, is designed to offer multiple user experiences from a single interface. Its upcoming features include table reservations, coupons, direct resto-chat, deliveries, wallet, online feedback and much more.

DishCo, which means The Dish Company, is all about the Dish and works on the principle of ‘Food by the people, for the people.’


“Our goal is to bring the fun back into dining and give each signature dish its place in the sun. We only focus on the good & positive side the foodservice industry has to offer its guests. At the same time, we would like all to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry. In that sense DishCo will always be an app with a heart,” said Jimmy Shaw, founder, DishCo.

An interesting feature on the app is its in-built campaign to ‘Pledge a Meal, Spread a Smile’. The startup encourages both restaurants and users to provide meals to under privileged children.

The launch also celebrated the Diamond Jubilee of South East Asia’s first and Mumbai city’s famous IHM, Mumbai. This was done with the release of the coffee table book ‘Sixty Years Sixty Chefs’ authored by legendary chef Vernon Coelho, the long-time HoD of the kitchen department and mentor to numerous industry stalwarts. All chefs featured in the book were ex-students from the college.

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