It’s a timeless, exhausting, and frustrating struggle. You’re with a friend or your significant other and you’re both so hungry you start to wonder what the other person would taste like with a little ranch. Before resorting to murder and cannibalism, try one of these food hunting apps. LOL
#1 Google Map
Google Maps gets you directions to where you’re going, but now it can also direct on your quest to try all the best foods in town. The Maps has rolled out a site redesign, adding star ratings (on a scale of 0-5) for bars and restaurants right on the map view. P.S. It can even guess how much you’ll like a new spot before you step foot in the door.
Eatigo is a restaurant reservation app which offers a wide variety of cuisines and price ranges all with discounts of up to 50% off, every day at all of its 4500+ restaurants. There are no pre-payments or hidden cost, and it’s simple to use for the lazy glutton in us. P.S. Eatigo is commonly used for a buffet reservation.
Zomato is known for its search (discovery) feature, which allows users to browse through restaurant menus and photos. It helps us to get the price range and food options of the restaurant, before we even get there.
Food hunting in a shopping mall has never been this easy – and rewarding! One hidden feature of Fave that many don’t know about: It can be used as a “google” for shopping malls, which allows us to explore great restaurants around us, and also catch up with all the hot deals. P.S. Fave is known for its great cashback deals.
Food hunting can take many forms – especially when you’re craving for mouth-watering dishes but prefer to stay in. With GrabFood, all you’ll have to do is order food delivery and snuggle up in your favorite blanket. How convenient is that! P.S. GrabFood has always given out goodies and perks rewards to the users.
No one wants to cook all of the time. Some days, you just want to kick back and relax, either by ordering in a takeaway or heading out to a delicious establishment near you… We hope the list(apps) above helps 😉