Need a prescription? Talk to a doctor. Want a book? Locate a librarian. Need a restaurant recommendation? Ask a chef. When in doubt, always ask an expert.
The ChefsFeed app squeezes thousands of chefs into your phone, all of whom have your taste buds’ best interests in mind. This app is excellent for finding food and learning about a locale’s culinary scene. Thanks to this easy-to-use app, every meal can be an unforgettable experience—whether it takes place a block or a hemisphere away from home. Maybe you’re starving for a snack while sightseeing; maybe you’re just trying to spice up an average Tuesday. Either way, ChefsFeed makes it easy to immerse yourself in the flavors of a new world.
ChefsFeed makes finding satisfying food dramatically simpler. This chef-powered app and website not only helps you find the best local restaurants…it also tells you exactly what to order. ChefsFeed works in over 50 cities, with more than a thousand chefs who add recommendations about other restaurants, as well as their own dishes. According to ChefsFeed, the best meal of your life is out there—and their chefs know where it is.
How It Works
Of course, other restaurant-finding apps like Yelp and Open Table are already serving millions of diners around the world. But ChefsFeed isn’t just about the destination; it’s about the journey. ChefsFeed is there for you during your entire hunger cycle, with three tabs: Scene (food education), Feed Me (restaurant guide) and Profile (key for personalized recommendations). Let’s break it down.
Scene: Brush up on trending foods. In honor of Valentine’s Day, recent featured stories included “50 Shades of Mousse” and “The Love doctors are In: Rules to Live By.” You can also check out nearby picks, top videos, top stories and chefs’ guides.
The Feed Me tab is home to what is arguably the app’s best feature: the map function. ChefsFeed integrates a GPS with restaurant recommendations, so finding a lunch spot is a breeze. The Feed Me tab also lets you sort nearby eateries by name or by chef so it’s easy to keep up with your palate influencers.
Quickly polish your profile: eating is social, therefore ChefsFeed is social. Personalize your profile tab manually or by syncing it with Facebook. Once you’re set up, you can save lists and recommendations. ChefsFeed will take your history into consideration when dishing out alerts about events or specials. You can also follow your favorite tastemakers’ activity on the app, giving you a leg up on what the next hot spot will be.
Our Favorite Part
Ok, so you can see the finish line: you’re at a restaurant and are just moments away from defeating hanger—at least for a few hours. But what to order? Even the yummiest menus have their gems and their duds. Before ChefsFeed entered the scene, a decent trick was looking at that restaurant location’s Instagram feed. But sometimes a dish’s photogenic score is inversely related to its tastiness. Sometimes a restaurant is famous for one bucket-list dish, while the rest of their food is adequate at best. The chefs and foodies behind ChefsFeed give you recommendations based on their real-life taste tests, so you’re never left with the aftertaste of disappointment.
And if you’re a chef, ChefsFeed can help you gain recognition! The founder recognized there are thousands of chefs, but only a handful of A-listers with social followings, so the app is dedicated to fostering up-and-coming culinary geniuses.
ChefsFeed is the ultimate foodie companion. Wherever in the world you are, whatever flavor you’re craving, ChefsFeed holds the key to meal satisfaction. The app and website are packed with exclusive articles highlighting guides, updates, and videos from your favorite chefs so you can become fluent in any cuisine. Farm-to-table eating is out; screen-to-seat dining is in. Bon appétit!
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Annie’s based in Los Angeles but hails from Portland, Oregon. Sort of. She moved to six states by the time she reached middle school, and continues to move around the US and abroad – call her a nomad, but she prefers “Location ADHD.” After studying abroad in New Zealand, Annie circled the globe, graduated from USC, and circled the world once again. For one year she lived out of a backpack everywhere from The Philippines to Nepal to Slovenia to Norway. She’s a curry connoisseur and passionate explorer, taking the road less traveled, the “trail” covered in vines and swarmed in exotic bugs. Foreign lands feel like home, and Annie loves encouraging more and more people to utilize their passports and experience a new culture.