There are many restaurant apps that are vying for attention of smartphone users, particularly gourmets who are always trying to taste new recipes and food eateries. Here are the top five food and restaurant apps that are a must-have for every gourmet in town.
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OpenTable’s app helps users to discover the best restaurants from your iOS and Android devices; view their menus, photos; and earn reward points for delicious meals later. Get access to exclusive app benefits. About 700+ million diners prefer OpenTable to select an apt restaurant that they should try out. The app has been the Editor’s Choice and part of the World’s Greatest Apps list compiled by Business Insider. It is also cited as one of the Best Restaurant Dining Apps according to People Magazine.
With OpenTable, one can reserve a restaurant seating from a selection of thousands of restaurants. One can even search the restaurants based on their preferred cuisine, the average price, or the area in which it is located. You get points as reward when you dine out. The reservations are a breeze to change and cancel, and even re-book. One can pay with the mobile app and even add reservations to other contact calendars.
Zagat is a fantastic app that can guide you to visit notable restaurants, liquor bars, food eateries and hotels in multiple locations across the world. You do not even need to read through the big reviews since all of it is contained in a nutshell. Along with concise reviews, one can rate and review restaurants, shops and hotels easily on a scale of 0 to 30 in terms of food quality, ambience and even service.
There are helpful articles and videos for selecting the right cuisine and dish, along with menus to read before you go and visit one of the restaurants. You can reserve through OpenTable and view outstanding Google Street View panoramas of the locality too. Download it for iOS and Android.
Urbanspoon is one of the most preferred apps to find the best food and dining experiences for many smartphone users including iPhone and Android. The app has been featured in NYTimes, PC Magazine and even the Sydney Morning Herald.
- The app also includes restaurant ratings and reviews by several consumers and top-known food critics.
- You can check out the cheap eats in your neighbourhood or check out some great place to dine while travelling, Urbanspoon is one app that can help find the best one fast.
- The apps helps users to discover Restaurants and compare several dishes by rating, distance, and cuisine.
- One can quickly find restaurant details including contact numbers, addresses and even the right driving directions.
- One can book a table through OpenTable, Dimmi (Australia), or Bookatable app.
Foursquare is a comprehensive city guide app that is now available on all major mobile platforms, which can help you to find the best places to eat, drink, or visit. There are millions of reviews to check while traveling or looking to discover new restaurants to eat.
You can tell the app your favorite cuisines and the app will guide you. Search for specific places and read short reviews so that you can decide your itinerary. Also, you can save places that you will want to visit for the first time or again too. Every search on the app is tailored to your tastes and includes the ratings you give in the past.
Yelp is one of the most famous apps for searching places and businesses with more than 50 million reviews on the app. Whether you are looking for a pizzeria or a nice Italian restaurant or just a coffee shop nearby, Yelp works as a local guide for finding the best places to eat, drink, and do other things.
One can filter search results by neighborhood, rating, price, and availability too. One can also find discounts and deals offered by local restaurants. Write reviews, and upload photos all through your iOS and Android app.
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