Five Best Apps to Use to Find the Best Places to Dine

It’s the season of hearts once again, and we’re only a few days away from Valentine’s! Have you found some good places where you can spend some good time with your loved one? Here are some of the best apps that you can use to snag that great dining for your special date.




Arguably one of the best international online services to find the best restaurants and review some of those that you have already visited, Zomato has earned support of both food patrons and owners alike. It hosts a ton of information for food shops and services such as dine-in, take-out, cafes and nightlife spots not only here in the country but also around the world. You can check out the app on Android, Blackberry OS, iOS, and Windows Phone.



Foursquare may have passed the check-in baton to sister app Swarm, but the extensive functionality of this app remains intact. It’s one of the best apps to get to check out places that are nearby, and suit them depending on your preferred interests. Get Foursquare on Android, iOS, and Windows Phone.

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Local travel enthusiast and veteran blogger Anton Diaz extends his adventures to the second screen with his blog’s apps readily available on Android and iOS for everyone to enjoy. Among those entries to check out are his personal takes on the best (and maybe worst) dining experiences in town and a calendar to plan out more food adventures that’s sure going to extend beyond the season of love.



We featured Looloo (stylized as looloo), an app available on iOS before, and it still is one of the to-go local mobile apps when it comes to exploring new destinations across the country and checking out the establishment’s feedback in the process. Like foursquare, you get to do reviews of your own experiences too.



Here’s a great find! Lastly, we have an app that can sure keep you browsing for long hours because it features an offline mode for the times the internet connection gets intermittent. Booky, available on Android and iOS, is your one-stop app for all restaurants local. The app can even recommend places you can try out and has some good features like a couple of curated lists, top 10 of almost everything, and many more.

That’s it for the best apps you can use to get the most out of your Feb.14 experience. More suggestions? Head on over the comments section down below.

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3 Responses

  1. Avatar for leypascua leypascua says:

    There are many newly established restaurants out there (especially in big provinces like Batangas) that don’t get mentioned in these apps (especially the local ones). Hope they start covering more restaurants in the provinces.


    • Avatar for Easy E Easy E says:

      And most of these new restos deserve a good review. In foursquare you can add anytime. Other apps are irrelevant. Kahit wala ka sa list nila, wala naman ding gumagamit ng app nila. QUITS lang. LOL

  2. Avatar for Easy E Easy E says:

    Foursquare has the most user base, so it is the most reliable. I tried using looloo many months ago but meh. Walang laman. Hindi ka pa makapagdagdag ng restos (ewan ko lang ngayon). BEfore kasi, sila lang (looloo devt admin) ang nakakapagdagdag ng establishments.

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