Polish foodtech startup Restimo secures an additional €465k investment

Restimo, a Warsaw-based startup that develops an application for the gastronomy and q-commerce industry, has secured €465,000 investment to drive restaurant digitization. The round was backed by private investors, Restimo informed AIN.Capital.

  • Founded in 2019, Restimo solves the problem of the “tablet hell” in restaurants. Restimo has acquired over 200 restaurants, and its system has processed 3 million orders, totaling €50 million. In Poland alone, it is present in 30 cities. 
  • The company’s application integrates multiple systems, offering a holistic solution for restaurants and shops. It consolidates food delivery platforms, online ordering systems, courier services, and POS systems into a single interface. A year ago, the startup raised €255,000 from EIT Digital and angel investors.
The previous investment details:
  • Among the investors joining Restimo’s fresh investment are business angels, including Bartosz Majewski, co-founder of Casbeg, and Bartłomiej Kiszala, co-founder of Base CRM. A consortium of investors from the Sterling Angels association, led by Krzysztof Polak, also supported Restimo, together with David Cao, owner of the UKIM restaurant.

Our vision is to develop technologies and tools that will help our clients increase sales, optimize operational processes, and above all, focus on their core business. Currently, many activities in restaurants (and beyond) are still done manually and on multiple different systems, so we are at the beginning of our journey,

Tomasz Marcińczyk, co-founder at Restimo, commented on the deal.

The latest investment will accelerate its growth trajectory and help to expand internationally into the Central and Eastern Europe region, as well as Scandinavia.