Zomato which has been at the loggerheads with the association as it wanted to push through its Gold programme in the delivery services too.
According to sources, the food aggregator had around 6,500 restaurants on the Zomato Gold programme before the protest campaign was begun.
The NRAI stressed that there is a need to detox the restaurant-customer ecosystem from the addiction to deep discounts that has crippled the industry.
More than 1,200 restaurants in several major Indian cities have reportedly de-listed themselves from the dine-in programmes of services like Zomato.
These restaurants reportedly delisted themselves from platforms such as Zomato Gold, EazyDiner, Dineout's Gourmet Passport, Nearbuy, MagicPin among others.