Best of the rest: other useful dining apps for hungry Londoners
Bookatable not only finds the best restaurants around, it also finds the best deals. With a range of offers at great restaurants, it’s a useful, cheapskate’s way of eating in some of London’s best restaurants.
Perfect for when you’ve just arrived in a new city, Urbanspoon organises restaurants by distance, cuisine and popularity. You can also browse menus as well as look at reviews by diners and professional critics.
Not strictly a dining app (it covers pretty much all leisure pursuits), Vouchercloud users are notified of deals at restaurants in the surrounding area. With big chains and small independent businesses it’s perfect if you’re on a budget.
Still the daddy of all dining apps, OpenTable. Reservations can be synced with your calendar and you can also browse ratings and reviews so you can be sure you’re booking a decent place.
Can’t face going out? Download the Deliverance app and take your pick from a frankly overwhelming range of options. Whether its Indian or Chinese, this jack of all takeaways literally caters for everyone.