Going to a highly recommended restaurant without knowing exactly what the person who reviewed ate, is like navigating without a map.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Ever visited a restaurant recommended by a traditional food review site only to be left very disappointed? The problem is not in the amount of people commenting, it is in the focus of their review. Reviews need to be about the dish itself…not simply the restaurant.
“Going to a highly recommended restaurant without knowing exactly what the person who reviewed ate, is like navigating without a map,” explains Jordan Wexler, founder and CEO of FindingFood.com. “The fact is most restaurants offer only a small number of excellent or signature dishes and some that are only average – why risk settling for average food? Consumers are willing to spend their money, but demand great food and a good food experience.”
Finding Food is a hot new website that allows consumers the ability to create a profile and easily find and share great dishes recommended by friends, neighbors, and other local members through their website and phone app. There are also over 60 food groups, allowing members to connect and share recipes with others of similar interests.
Restaurant owners can also create a free profile and add links, photos, images and list specials that only members who have clicked their “become a fan” link can receive. This allows them to quickly create, generate and manage a loyal following and helps prevent them from being subjected to the anonymous negative reviews of disgruntled employees and competing restaurants.
“Patrons and reviews are the lifeblood of restaurants”, continues Jordan Wexler. “To allow 3rd party review sites and anonymous negative postings to negatively affect their popularity and the revenue is unfair. It was high time someone created a better way to find and share food, an also allow restaurant owners the ability to control their financial future.”
FindingFood.com is the new restaurant review website that focuses on specific dishes rather than simply restaurants. Restaurants and food lovers alike enjoy the easy to use informative networking website. Customers are able to post about a dish they celebrated at a local restaurant, while businesses are able to gain loyal customers through their profile page. Finding Food is the brainchild of SmartGuy.com founder and CEO Jordan Wexler. For more information, visit http://www.findingfood.com.