TripAdvisor has bought Netherlands-based sister restaurant and booking services IENS and SeatMe.
Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed (though Dutch media are reporting a figure in the region of Euro 10 million)
The team at TripAdvisor's previous foray into the restaurant, La Fourchette, will lead the integration.
French brand La Fourchette was acquired by TripAdvisor in May 2014.
The deal is being touted as a local deal to give it a foothold in the Dutch restaurant booking and review arena.
Sixteen year old IENS says it has 200,000 new restaurant reviews added to the site each year.
SeatMe, which merged with IENS in 2012, powers the booking element of the site and is a standalone service in its own right. Android, Apple and Windows applications complete the consumer-facing suite of services apparently used by over 300,000 diners a month.
A TripAdvisor official confirms the acquisition today, adding:
"We’re obviously excited to welcome IENS to the TripAdvisor Media Group, and in doing so drive more growth, deliver more seated diners to Dutch restaurateurs, and ultimately help more TripAdvisor users to find and book a great dining experience in the Netherlands."
The Dutch version of SeatMe is different from the brand of the same name which was bought by US review giant Yelp in 2013.
TripAdvisor's acquisition of SeatMe raises the prospect of a potential trademark issue further down the line if Yelp decides to further expand its US operations into Europe.
The bigger picture includes the ever-present Priceline lurking in the background following its $2.6 billion acquisition of OpenTable in June last year.
La Fourchette CEO, Bertrand Jelensperger, says:
"The Netherlands is an important market for us. We already have a passionate Dutch TripAdvisor community who use the site to find great local restaurants, as well as plan and book their trips around the world, and we have millions of travelers globally who rely on TripAdvisor to find fantastic hotels, attractions and restaurants for their trips to the Netherlands.
"This deal will allow us to drive more growth, deliver more seated diners to Dutch restaurateurs, and ultimately help more TripAdvisor users to find and book a great dining experience in the Netherlands."