Looking for the best spot to eat a particular dish?

There are loads of brilliant apps to help make the dining out experience that much better – from apps that recommend restaurants to those that let you book tables.


Here are our top 7 apps that we wouldn’t think about leaving home without.



Is a great restaurant app to have on hand when visiting a new city. It uses GPS to find nearby restaurants. You can browse a full list of restaurants by cuisine and price range, or shake your iPhone for a random restaurant idea. Once you identify a good dining spot, the app also includes user ratings, pictures, and menus.



Join 35 million using this app.Find great places on the go. Money savings specials and rewards.Record and share where you’ve been.


Yelp for IOS/Android

it searches for more than just restaurants, including bars, cafes, petrol stations and chemists. You can search by neighbourhood, distance from your current location, price and what’s open now



This app emphasis is on the single dish instead of the restaurant as a whole. The popular application dedicated to foodies, helps passionate or curious eaters find and share the best dishes they come across. Featuring a global map and the GPS system for smartphones, users can search by location or by whatever particular dish they happen to be craving at the time.


It has handy functions such as a wine pairings quide, a tip calculator and a list of special offers.



The OpenTable concept is simple, it allows diners to make reservations without having to physically calling the restaurant. You would have to sign up with the opentable website.


Square Meal 

Find and book restaurants, bars, venuers and events.  Collets square meal rewards points, offers and get instant confirmation.


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Myriam Balerio is the founder and writer of PA Privé. After kick starting her career as a PA and finding success as an assistant, Myriam later trained in digital and online marketing and has since combined the two disciplines in creating PA Privé, the platform through which she provides sage advice for those in the assistant profession and a network for like-mined PAs and EAs to connect. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Myriam has lived in London for over 10 years and currently lives in London with her husband and French bulldog.


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