Torbay fish and chip lovers can now can now pre-order their favourite dishes from the newly rebranded Fishionados. The popular shop that was previously known as Dornans Fish and Chips has teamed with Preoday to offer mobile and online ordering service for customers within the Brixham area.
The app is available for download from Google Play and the App store and orders can also be placed through Fishionados website, which has recently been re-launched as part of the rebranding to enhance the customer experience.
Tim and Sam Whitehouse, Owners of Fishionados, comments: “At Fishionados we have inherited a strong customer following and we wanted to reward that loyalty, not just with great food, but with the best possible service. By offering mobile and online ordering we boost that experience and convenience. We love that it is white-label so we can build the Fisionados brand and offer a unique personal experience.”
Nick Hucker, CEO, Preoday adds: “We are delighted to be working with Fishionados, adding to our growing list of fish and chip shop clients. Using Preoday has allowed Fishionados to create an own-brand platform, to access new revenue streams and offer a faster, more personalised service. These are all important factors when building and growing a new business and brand.
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