App Provides Intel on International Dishes


Guay tiaw khua kai: A visit to Thailand has unearthed this dish on a menu. Is it tastebud-tingling spicy? Does it include parts of an animal one has never considered eating before? Is it an appetizer, main course, or dessert, or for that matter, is it animal, vegetable, or mineral? The new MyCityCuisine app now available through iTunes answers these questions and more. This informative, interactive app provides descriptions and photos of traditional local dishes from cities around the globe.

After downloading the app on iTunes, users can search for local dishes from more than 66 cities, with more cities added weekly. Each dish includes a description that lists the main ingredients and other interesting facts such as its history and distinctive characteristics. Colorful photos also accompany each dish, which will make mouths water in anticipation,

Dishes are organized into several easy-to-navigate categories, and users can search either by city or by the name of a dish. The app is a mobile companion of the web-based, a Wiki project, and content is provided by contributors from all over the world.    

In addition to learning all about local cuisine, app users can help add to this already extensive foodie directory by voting for their favorite dish or submitting comments about dishes tried – love ‘em or hate ‘em. The app also makes it easy to upload photos of dishes and post them for all users to see. If a dish is not included, users can report it to MyCityCuisine, so the community can contribute information on the dish.

Armed with the MyCityCuisine app, on their next visit to a new city, visitors will know exactly what local dishes to try in order to satisfy their culinary curiosity. Visit here for more information or to download the MyCityCuisine app.


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