Site Terms / Privacy Policy



We are committed to protecting your personal information when you use Bookandeat and we want you to be confident that your personal information is safe and secure with us. Those who visit our website should be aware of what is about a cookie. We always process personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (Regulation (EU) 2016/679). All web pages are required to inform about this, as we do here. If your browser is set to allow cookies, you have given your consent to placing cookies on your computer. You can withdraw your consent by changing settings in the browser. We also use HTTPS, which means that all communication between the visitor and the site is encrypted.

What we relate to around GDPR


A file is stored for a longer time on your computer. We use Google Analytics which is a web-based analysis tool provided by Google Inc. to see how our site visitors act on site. We also use cookies for performance, social media, and marketing customization. Third-party social media and marketing campaigns are used to provide custom ads and social media features that suit our visitors and the cities a visitor has. We also use Sharethis on this site so you can share Bookandeat pages easily and quickly with friends.

When you reserve a table

All information you provide about a reservation are not stored by us at all. Bookandeat (formerly called Dinnerbirds & Tripsfy) has approved affiliate cooperation since 2012 with Livebookings Holdings Ltd, where Bookatable is a part of the Group. Do you have questions about your information that you provide for a reservation, visit Bookatables legal page to find out how they work with their connected restaurants.

Newsletter

If you subscribe to a newsletter, we only have your email address as long as you consent to send you news from us and our partners. You can access our website at any time and remove you as a subscriber. In each mailing you will also know how to finish receiving newsletters.

More about cookies

A cookie is called session cookies. While you are browsing a page, this cookie is temporarily stored in your computer's memory, for example, to keep track of which language, font, and other visitors you visit while customizing our site. Session cookies are not stored on your computer for a long time, but disappear when you close your browser. If you do not want to allow cookies to be stored at all, you can change the security settings in your browser.

Disabling cookies in your browser

Is simple and only takes a few minutes. Links to tutorials for the most common browsers are found below:

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Read more about cookies Wikipedia and Data Protection Ordinance (GDPR)

Feel free to contact us if there is anything you're wondering about and we'll answer your questions about your safety promptly.