900+ restaurants drop Swiggy Dineout due to deep discounting Iissues

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Several high-end cafes and restaurants in the Delhi-NCR region including Cafe Delhi Heights, Smoke House Deli, Social, The Beer Cafe, and Mamagoto have delisted themselves from Swiggy Dineout, a YS report has stated.

Indigo Hospitality, Impresario Entertainment and Hospitality, and Simmering Foods and Restaurants have also decided to withdraw from the platform, according to the report. According to NRAI, 400+ brands and 900+ dining outlets in 13 Indian cities have delisted Swiggy in the last two weeks. According to the industry body, another 2,000 outlets are likely to follow.

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900+ restaurants drop Swiggy Dineout due to deep discounting Iissues

Several high-end cafes and restaurants in the Delhi-NCR region including Cafe Delhi Heights, Smoke House Deli, Social, The Beer Cafe, and Mamagoto have delisted themselves from Swiggy Dineout, a YS report has stated.

Indigo Hospitality, Impresario Entertainment and Hospitality, and Simmering Foods and Restaurants have also decided to withdraw from the platform, according to the report. According to NRAI, 400+ brands and 900+ dining outlets in 13 Indian cities have delisted Swiggy in the last two weeks. According to the industry body, another 2,000 outlets are likely to follow.

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