Order Food Online With a Flourish!
One of the prime reasons why so many UK foodie portals have become so popular is because they respect the dignity and sensibility of the user. Think about it. When you order food online from any routine food website, all you get is a fixed menu card from where you have to make your choice and then you have to place your order for them by paying the price upfront or on delivery. You might think that this is the right way to do, but then why should you have to restrict yourself within just the menu that they have given? Why can not online à la carte menus be expanded to actually include what you really want to see there?
A good site will understand this big drawback in the online restaurant industry and can then came up with a brilliant plan which honors your respect in full measure. One such example implies Dishpedia, which is already being heralded as one of the most interesting things to come to the world of online food regulation.
Dishpedia could have considered as a complete encyclopaedia of food recipes. There are various cuisines here, including African, American, Argentinian, Bangladeshi, Brazilian, British, Cambodian, Caribbean, Chinese, English, French, Greek, Indian, Iranian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin American, Lebanese, Mauritian, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Moroccan, Nepalese, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai, Turkish and Vietnamese. You just pick the country you want to taste the food from and then select from among the dozens of dishes that are featured in each category.
Or, you might just simply download the recipe of the food and then prepare it at home if you are so gastronomically inclined. It is your choice! Now, how is that for respecting your sensitivity rather than shoving down your throat what a restaurant wants to serve you?
It does not end at that. For most of these recipes, you can easily find a restaurant in your local area that makes this exact dish and then you can order it to be home delivered. A proper portal is one that has tied up with some of the largest restaurants in the East London and South London area, within the postcodes E1 and E8 for East London and SE1, SE8, SE13, SE16 and SE17 for Southeast London. These restaurants are constantly checking Dishpedia and duplicating dishes that are featured there, which you can place your orders for.
Some of these restaurants include big names such as Curry Express, Moja Indian Takeaway, Royal Bengal Indian Takeaway, Mango Tree Indian Takeaway, Home Chinese Restaurant, Noodle and Rice Chinese Takeaway, Royal Palace Chinese Restaurant, Thai Restaurant, Poppy Hana Japanese Restaurant and so many others.
It is not just about these exotic cuisines either. On Dishpedia, you will find foods such as pizzas and kebabs and even such a lot of drinks. Even these are duplicated by wonderful restaurants in the East London and South London area such as Pizza Mania, Pizza Classico and Times Pizza.
However, the best part is here: Who creates all these recipes? These recipes are submitted by the users of a website! Yes, it is people like you who submit their favorite food creations! And then those are lapped up by restaurants and so many people stand a chance to order those from popular restaurants. It is no wonder that many food enthusiasts in London are considering sites with recipes to be their best shot at popularity.