However, unlike search engines such as Google that scans the web for hitwords and returns the millions of results to the user, Hungrygowhere.com makes use of a database that is uploaded by the founders themselves and the general public â€“ whoever that wants to submit or recommend a restaurant would log in at the website and submit an entry. Therefore, the more users who submit recommendations, the higher the hit rates of your search.
The home page was tastefully done with the search engine at the left portion, completed with other sections such as Ask Auntie on your favourite recipes, as well as the latest reviews submitted by food gurus.
A minor drawback is that outlets particulars and details such as prices, opening hours are hidden behind the link of the restaurant names after the search returns the results. It certainly took my friends and me quite a while to try clicking on the restaurantsâ€™ names to get those information that we wanted.
Although itâ€™s free to conduct searches on hungrygowhere.com, there are certain perks such as free vouchers for food at participating outlets if you sign up as hungrygowhere.com members. For a personal experience, please visit www.hungrygowhere.com .