Nothing more app-etizing than these foodie apps!
If you’re a die-hard foodie and want to know the best apps that can help you to live-out your foodie dreams, then look no further than this post. We’ve gathered the best foodie apps, right here, right now.
Best Foodie Apps for thrifty foodies:
YumTable lets you take a bite out of your bill, offering discounts of up to 40% when you dine out. Available in all the capital cities, YumTable allows you to browse restaurants from their database, make a reservation and save. Plus, they’ve also joined with Uber to create #UberDining. Just select ‘Ride with Uber’ and they’ll connect you right then and there save you punching in the address. And you don’t have to pull out a dodgy voucher, the discount is automatically and discreetly deducted from your bill.
Download free for iPhone or Android.
If you’re running late to your best mate’s birthday celebrations, the My Shout app lets you send them a real drink, in real time, at a real venue in Sydney. Crisis Averted. With this app, shout your friend a drink or redeem a drink from a friend. And, sorry to be the mum here, but remember to drink responsibly.
Best Foodie Apps for the adventurous foodie
Sydney Food Trucks
Some of Sydney’s best food is served out the side of a truck. We’ve seen Mister Gee’s Burger List climb to the top of Sydney’s many burger lists, Monster Rolls get it’s own store on land in Darlinghurst and a rise in all kinds of cuisines and meals being served, to Knafeh, the overnight sensation from Jerusalem. With this app, you can see what food trucks are around your area today, tomorrow and over the week. You can also set up notifications to alert you about certain trucks or about certain suburbs, so all the hard work is done for you! Get trucking!
For other cities, Wherethetruck is Australia wide (only available in iPhone.)
Vivino Wine Scanner
Vivino Wine Scanner is your own pocket sommelier! Impress your friends and find the best wine with a simple scan of the label. This will “uncork” (if you will) pricing, ratings, reviews, food paring suggestions and recommendations from the biggest community of more than 10 million wine lovers.
Best Foodie Apps for the conscious foodie
Share the Meal
Feel like doing more today? With just a simple click on your phone, you can contribute to the cause to help stop world hunger with Share The Meal app, just one of the initatives made in conjunction with The United Nations. It’s only 50c to feed a child for a full day, so with one tap of your screen, you can donate a meal through the World Food Programme.
Looking to do more? Here’s how to Dine with a Purpose in Sydney.
Living the vegan life can be difficult when it comes to dining out, but End Cruelty Australia looks to lend you a helping hand. The free app is a comprehensive guide of how to be vegan, including more than 1000 grocery items found at prominent supermarkets, a restaurant guide, recipes, alcohol, cigarette and cosmetic choices and more. There’s also The Happy Cow, which allows you to identify all vegan, vegetarian, veg friendly and health food stores in your vicinity. This is used worldwide, so great for the travelling vegan!
Are you living la vida vegan? Check out our guide to Most Underrated Vegan Spots in Sydney!
Best Foodie Apps for the stay-at-home-foodie
The cute Brit we all love and know brings us over 200 of his greatest recipes in his Jamie’s Recipes app. Jamie designed his app to give us foodies the tools and inspiration to create great tasting food easily at home.
Download free on iPhone
Remembering when your mum told you to eat all the food on your plate because she didn’t want to deal with the leftovers? Neither do we, because we love our food here and always eat every last scrap. However, parents now having nothing to fear because with the BigOven app, you just enter all your ingredients or leftovers and voila, the perfect recipe is presented to you. Genius!
This app is for those who are unorganised and forever with almost-empty cupboards. Mixology lets you enter the ingredients you have lying around and shows you the drink you can make out of them. Got some Vodka, lemons, soda water, brown sugar and eggs lying around? Mixology tells you to make a Moonage Daydream!
Ask the Butcher
Ask the Butcher is your ultimate app for all things meaty, created by celebrity butcher Anthony Puharich (who gave us his top 10 meat dishes around Sydney). You can get tips on what cut of meat to buy, info on the different meat parts on an animal and how too cook your cut of meat perfectly.
Download for $2.99 on iPhone
Best Foodie Apps for the lazy foodie
Over the last few years, we’ve seen some good delivery apps popping up all over the place. Instead of picking up the ol’ telephone and giving your local takeaway a call, these great little apps do all the work for you. Just pick a restaurant, pick a meal and pay by card, all via your smartphone. Popular apps Deliveroo, have upped the delivery app game by making available more upmarket eateries including Jamie’s Italian, Huxterburger, Neil Perry’s Burger Project and more.
Also, in Melbourne, there’s UberEats, the app connected to the popular drive-share app Uber. Some UberEats orders will get to their orderer in under 10 minutes! What a world we live in. Not all areas are covered by the delivery apps yet, so check first to avoid disappointment! Read about the time we ordered Mary’s Fried Chicken Burgers through Deliveroo for a lazy Wednesday lunch.
Read about the time we ordered Mary’s Fried Chicken Burgers through Deliveroo for a lazy Wednesday lunch.
Tell us, what are your favourite food and drink apps?