It is based on user activity and interest within the community and helps you discover new spots easier than before.
This comes a month after Zomato made a huge update to the site by making its service available to logged in users only.
Collections is only visible to logged in users on the homepage, and showcases various categories like Late Night Eats, High Tea, Pocket Friendly, Kick-ass Burgers, Try Before You Die, Healthy Eating and a bunch of others. Instead of asking Twitter for best places for a High Tea, you can now just see what’s in the Collections, with user-generated, unbiased reviews.
Displayed results are large, with pictures and everything you need to see at a glance – how many reviews, overall score, cost for two, and how many photos.
As someone who has been using the service since it launched in South Africa over a year ago, am absolutely loving the new features.
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