As of now, this service is available in Delhi and expected to debut in other cities like Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Pune, and Kolkata.
"Having two separate apps allows us to build lightweight apps that get straight to solving the problems you face. Actions that are core to the app experience can be given priority of position, and we aren't forced into making real estate compromises," wrote Zomato in a blog post.
"Baking the ordering feature into the restaurant finder app might seem like the convenient thing to do, but that means having to coincide release cycles for two effectively different products in one. Unbundling them allows us to devote attention to both apps independently, iterate quickly, and push updates for either one as required," added Zomato.
This app comes in size of 4.5MB on Android and can be installed from Google Play. This app also uses material design, something which is still missing from the main Zomato app.