TouchBistro Reviews

Explore TouchBistro's point of sales (POS) solutions for small businesses. Includes info on TouchBistro's reviews, pricing, and FAQs.

Updated on February 3rd, 2020

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TouchBistro develops iPad point of sales systems (POS) for businesses in the catering industry, such as restaurants, bars and food trucks. TouchBistro is a multi-national company, with offices in the U.S., U.K., Canada and Mexico.

Pricing:

Plan name

Licences

Monthly Pricing

Solo

1

$69.00

Dual

2

$129.00

Team

Up to 5

$249.00

Unlimited

Unlimited

$399.00

TouchBistro Reviews
Review:

Pros: Can handle busy restaurants, great support, lots of integrations.

Cons: No Android version. Some customers say software is difficult to navigate.

Bottomline: Pricing and support make it a great choice for restaurants.

Key Information:

Co-Founders

Alex Barotti, Geordie Konrad

Founded

2010

Headquarters

Toronto, ON, Canada

Number of Employees

350

CEO

Alex Barrotti

Address

477 Richmond St. W, 10th Floor, Toronto, ON, M5V 3E7, Canada

Phone

+1 416-363-5252

Website

www.touchbistro.com

FAQs:

What is TouchBistro's price range?

Touch Bistro's price range varies from $69.00/month for one license up to $399.00/month for unlimited licenses. Customers are billed annually.

Does TouchBistro offer a free trial?

TouchBistro offers a free trial. A free trial is valid for seven days without registration, and for 28 days with the registration of a user name.

Customer Reviews:

Glacier Brewing

Reviewed: Jul 19, 2016

Source: ProBrewer Discussion Board

We use TouchBistro and I can't recommend them enough: great features, quick setup, real support, intuitive use. You can also access you POS activity in real time from anywhere so you can see what your till is doing while you are lounging on a beach! We are pretty happy with them.

technicouleur

Reviewed: Aug 19, 2017

Source: Reddit

We use TouchBistro, and it works alright. Although, there are a few things that I wish we could change but don’t have the ability to. Plus the IMS (inventory management system) is a little wonky.

Local Goat

Reviewed: Aug 27, 2018

Source: ADI Forums

We use Touchbistro. Its a server and cloud system. We have a high end cocktail bar with merchandise and bottles. We get super busy and do good with this system. Total costs for equipment was about 2k but then it was only 139 MONTH.