New Restaurant Review Portal for Saudi Arabia Opens

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New restaurant review website in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia gives both diners and restaurant owners instant access to the content they are looking for.

all in all its a win win situation

With more and more people turning to the web for information on places to eat, the growth of online review sites in Saudi Arabia like comes as no surprise, and is likely to continue.

With increased competition in the restaurant business in Jeddah, KSA it can be difficult choosing a venue that will live up to ones expectations. gives valuable feedback from site visitors, allowing users of the site to share their experiences of their favourite restaurants in town and make informed decisions on where they want to eat next.

The platform offers a helping hand to both site visitors and restaurant owners in Jeddah. The constructive feedback the site collects manages to hit two birds with one stone, on the one hand it lets restaurants know what they are doing well, and can also highlight areas that might need some attention. From the diners perspective it lets them share their favourite restaurants with each other, "all in all its a win win situation" says founder of the site Rashed Islam.

Jeddah Food offers to list restaurants and hotels for free, reviews are generated by contributors and staff writers and are not written for advertisers. Paid banner ads are available that run along side the main content of the site.

Already growing at a rapid rate, the site now has a subscriber base of over 4,000 members, with 20,000 site visits alone in September 2008.

The sites motto "written by the people, for the people" is one that has been met with applause by fans. With recipes available for download, and a strong facebook community, hopes to become the major port of call for all those looking for information on food and dining in Jeddah, and KSA.

For more information about Jeddah Food, please visit


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