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Feb 11, 2015
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Valentine's Day is just around the corner, bro! Known as that the most lovesick time of the year, it also has some serious wallet-busting potential. But, whatever. It's for impressing our date/GF/wife so we say it's all worth it!

As such, we bet many of you are now scrambling to plan out what to do on the 14th. You might already have something in mind but hear us out first: You can never go wrong with a good meal at a nice resto. You can use it as a sort of appetizer (to start the night on a high note), the main attraction (especially if we're talking about a posh restaurant), or a nightcap to end what has been an epic day.

What's that? You don't where to take her to? Well, we can help you out! Below are six free apps that you can use to search for a resto to go on a date with your labidabs!


ZOMATO

apps to find restos

Having trouble finding a nice spot to fill your and your date's tummy? Whip out your phone, DL Zomato, activate, and you'll now be given a list of restaurants that are near or recommended for you. It also comes with a Map View feature so you can explore nearby areas for hidden food establishments and help you get to your resto of choice.

Get it: Free on Google Play


LOOLOO

apps to find restos

Aside from giving you the deets on nice restos around the metro (and other parts of the Philippines!), Looloo also lets you rate and review 'em so you can help out your fellow foodplace hunters. In other words, it's also a mini online community of foodies helping out other foodies. Plus, it works for other places, too, like spas, bars, and even hotels. Nooice!

Get it: Free on iTunes


MUNCH

apps to find restos

Craving for a certain kind of dish? With Munch not only will you know which restos are near you, you'll also be presented with a list of recommended restaurants, bars, fast food chains, etc. based on your current gastronomic preference. But if you don't have one in particular, well, you can simply use the app to browse restos based on food type. Who knows? Maybe you'll realize Middle Eastern cuisine fan hiding inside you all these years.

Get it: Free on iTunes


OPENRICE PHILIPPINES

apps to find restos

Despite what its name says, OpenRice Philippines isn't just about establishments that offer rice meals. It has over 50,000 restos within its database, giving you a shitload of options from the get-go. What we really like about it though is its GPS feature which helps minimize the hassle associated with navigating through Manila's mean streets in search for good food.

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Get it: Free on Google Play


CLICKTHECITY

apps to find restos

Packaged as an app that helps you find all the good stuff you can do in the metro, ClickTheCity offers users a listing of dine-in places you can go to when hunger strikes. That and movie schedules, deets on upcoming events, and even a little bit of weather information. Heck, you can even use it to know the delivery numbers of different fast food chains!

Get it: Free on Google Play


OPENSNAP


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OpenSnap does more than just tell you where to go to stuff yourself silly, it also gives you relevant information, from contact numbers to reviews, on a particular restaurant. Those who like to brag about tell everyone where and which grub they ate will love its social media feature that enables users to create and upload food photo albums based on the restaurants they visited.

Get it: Free on Google Play


Happy hunting, fellas! However, for those who want to stay at home and serve some lutong-bahay to impress their date then, as always, there are apps for that, too!

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