If you like documenting a good meal and enjoy checking out the delicious culinary delights other foodies are finding, Foodspotting offers a platform for cataloguing and browsing delicious eats from around the world.
Foodspotting was founded on the idea that it’s more about a good dish than it is about the entire restaurant. Rather than review entire establishments, Foodspotting focuses on delicious dishes and where you can find them.
After signing up for a free account at Foodspotting you can browse entries by other amateur food photographers and critics, search for entries by name or geographic location, and flag food “Nom It” if you’ve eaten it and approve of the food and “Want It” if you’re craving it. In addition to name and location-based search you can browse the most popular food by the number of people who have given it their approval or put it on their wanted list.
Foodspotting is currently only accessible via their website, although according to their FAQ file an iPhone app is slated for this quarter. Foodspotting is a free service that requires a basic registration. Have a favourite tool or service for finding great meals? Let’s hear about it in the comments.