TooLow Meal Plan
This is the big one!
TooLow, the app that provides you with the best priced food is now coming up with an even better solution: The TooLow Meal Plan!
Ask yourself: Are you tired of planning your lunches and dinners while fighting a busy schedule, traffic and annoying lines at eateries that you want to go to?
For most of us, the answer is a definite YES!
The TooLow Meal Plan provides you with the flexibility of eating what you want, where you want, and when you want. Like some meal plans, it won’t restrict you to lunch hours or dinner hours only. It works with your schedule. If you need a mid-morning pick me up burger with fries, you can do that. If you are looking for a late night shish kabob, this meal plan has you covered. You won’t have to budget for food after you get the TooLow Meal plan and you won’t have to bother with cooking and cleaning. Its simple, straight forward and provides you with nothing but nutritious and healthy options with a dash of indulgence here and there, just the way it should be…
Look for the TooLow meal plan coming to Berkeley in February. TooLow team members will be on campus in force near Sproul hall. You can come by on Thursday Feb 8th, to ask questions or sign up on the spot to get a great deal. You can also email us at email@example.com if you have any questions about the plan or want to sign up.
Here is a list of restaurants participating restaurants that are included in the TooLow meal plan:
- Boba Ninja
- Shihlin Taiwan
- Gong Cha
- Nefali Cafe
- Bongo Burger (all locations for subscribers)
- Abe’s Pizza
- Mandarin House
- IB Hoagies (exclusive subscriber restaurant)
- Dumpling Express (exclusive subscriber restaurant)
- House of Curry (exclusive subscriber restaurant)
- Gypsy’s Trattoria (in discussions with them currently)
All these restaurants will be offering exclusive items for subscribers (some of these special items aren’t even offered at the regular menu). We’re working to add new subscriber restaurants and new features every day.
This is a monthly subscription, so the plan keeps going until you decide you don’t want to use it anymore.