If you are a true foodie like me and love discovering places, here I share with you my top ten food iphone apps. Check them out!
- Menu Pages: MenuPages is the most indispensable resource that millions love and trust to find restaurants and menus on the web (only available in NYC (Manhattan & Brooklyn), San Francisco, LA, Philly.
- Epicurious: Epicurious is an ongoing recipe collection that is nearing 30,000 dishes. The recipes come from food magazines like Bon Appetit and Gourmet (RIP), cookbooks, and popular chefs. It’s easy to sort through the recipes depending on meal types and what ingredients you already have in your pantry or fridge.
- Yelp: Want some good, nearby eats. It also comes with some semi-secret, fully-nifty augmented reality. If you’re looking for nearby food (or anything, really), Yelp is a great (free) way to find your best options.
- 20 Minutes Meals: Oliver’s 55 recipes, though, are accompanied by photographed step-by-step instructions, videos (which are not necessarily related to the recipes but are very, very well-made), measurement adjusters for making different servings, and a shopping list to help you get the right ingredients for these dishes.
- Fast Food Calorie Counter: The app is a smart way to know exactly what’s in the fast food you eat. It is not judgmental at all, it’s just a collection of menu items from over 70 popular fast food chains so you can make your own decisions about what you order and how often.