6 Food Apps That Every Foodie Must Download Right Now

At a time when smartphones have become our only solace, it is not surprising to find ourselves amidst innumerable apps each promising to be better than the other.
Order your favourite dish at the click of a button
( | Press Release | 2017-06-14 09:29:21 )
At a time when smartphones have become our only solace, it is not surprising to find ourselves amidst innumerable apps each promising to be better than the other.
Of late, food apps have taken over our lives in every possible way. Be it food delivery, recommendations, photo sharing et al, these apps have found themselves on our smartphones for their unique features, look and feel.
The following six food apps are our go-to apps and could be handy for you too. Check them out.
Travel Khana – Food Delivery by Indian Railways
If you rely on the Indian Railways, but despise the bland food served by the pantry or the greasy fries at the stations, this one should be on your phone. How it works? Just add the details of the train like PNR and select what you would want to eat from the restaurant of your choice. Expect piping hot food from vada-sambhar, burgers to even thaalis at your selected station. What’s great is that you can order anywhere from across the country. Say goodbye to boring train food.
Download here.
Swiggy – Restaurant Delivery
Too lazy to get out of your comfy pyjamas, but craving some good food? Swiggy it! A Bengaluru-based food ordering and delivery company, this one app has solutions for all your cravings. Competing head to head with Zomato, this app has quite a range of restaurants, cafes and eateries to choose from. Just order from your fave restaurant, pay online and get your meal delivered right at your doorstep. It’s that simple.
Download here.
Nature’s Basket – Online Grocery Shopping
When you need to bake for your bestie and are running out of essentials, this app could be your saviour. Find all your baking ingredients on the Nature’s Basket app, be it Demerara sugar, cooking chocolate, gelatin and other groceries like meats, breads, veggies or even healthy desserts. Log on to the app, select what you want and where you want it delivered and ta-da, you have all your essentials at your door step. Convenient right?
Download here.
Epicurious – Recipe Search
Want to know how to make a recipe you love but have no clue what goes into it? Try cooking with the help of this recipe app. Browse to find recipes, menu ideas, videos and kitchen tips from any part of the world. So whether you want to make chicken tikka, vegetable roast or simple dal-rice, Epicurious is your go-to app. You can finally make that dish without burning down the entire kitchen.
Download here.
Nouns – Food Stories App
If you are someone who loves to eat and share your entire meal (virtually, of course), then you should get hold of this app. Much like Instagram, Nouns is all about posting pictures of food, following people and also recommending the best restaurants and cafes around town. So if you are confused about where to head next, try looking up Nouns for all the information.
Download here.
Dineout – Restaurant Reservations
Want to plan a nice dinner for your loved one on a busy Friday night? Don’t take the risk of having to wait out at the restaurant for hours, instead use this app. Reserve a table at your favourite restaurant without all the mess and long lines. Planning dates just got a whole lot easier.
Download here.

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