Start now, choose later

Try Formitable free till 1st July, and cancel at anytime

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All the basic tools for generating online revenue at your restaurant

€59 / month
Free till 1st July
  • What’s included
  • (Prepaid) online reservations
  • Gift vouchers
  • Pick-up and delivery
  • Promotional pop-up
  • €3 per paid transaction
    Free till 1st July
  • All integrations
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Manage multiple venues and get actionable insights

€89 / month per venue
Free till 1st July
  • All from Pro +
  • See all of your chain activity in one Multi-Venue Dashboard
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Frequently asked questions

Q: What are you doing during COVID-19 outbreak?

All Formitable plans are free to try untill 1st July. Both gift vouchers and take-away are included. During your free trial there's also no fee per paid transaction.

Q: What happens at the end of my trial period?

We make it simple to start — and stop — Formitable at any time. You can either cancel your subscription, or extend your subscription for a month or a year.

Q: Can I switch plans?

Yes, at any time. When upgrading or downgrading your Formitable plan, you will receive either a pro-rated charge or refund, depending on the cost of your new plan.

Q: Is there a discount for yearly service?

Yes, we offer discounts on up-front long-term commitments.

Q: Have more questions?

Visit our Help Center, email at or chat with us. We usually respond within an hour.

Ready for take-off?

We welcome all types of restaurants, from local favorites to Michelin starred restaurants and international, multi location hospitality groups. With our free step-by-step switching service, our Customer Success team will have you up and running in no-time.

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Try Formitable

Formitable is free to try, easy to set up, and integrates with a wide range of POS systems, hospitality tools and marketing partners.

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