What to Eat in

Discover what real locals eat all around the world 🌍

#4 Product of the WeekFebruary 27, 2019

Find the favourite foods of locals curated by locals all around the world!

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Hello ProductHunt! πŸ‘‹ We are Sandoche and Patricia, from France πŸ‡«πŸ‡· and Spain πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Έ We love travelling and when we travel we like to experience the places we visit as a local would do ✈️. Of course, one of our favourite things to try when travelling is the local food πŸ˜‹. One day we were thinking that with all the friends we have around the world 🌍 it would be super good idea to gather them all together into one place to share their delicious food of their countries and to get to know them also a bit better. This is why we built 'What to Eat in' This is not a complete list of dishes of the world, this is a list of friends and their personal tastes and recommendations 🀝 We hope you like it ❀️! and of course, if we missed your favourite dish don't hesitate to contact us! we will add your dish and your name to the contributors list! Keep always travelling and trying new foods! πŸ˜‹πŸͺ
@patricia_mayo1 Also if you need some extra features let us know!
@patricia_mayo1 I'm building a similar project to yours. if you will be interested to collaborate - tell me
Hey, This is just fantastic and great to see 'Kerala Sadhya' on list. Happy to host your team when in Kerala, India. That said, I noticed the website is PWA. Consider checking PWA 2 APK? It's free and I love to keep this app on my phone when traveling. Onwards and upwards!
@felix_josemon Hi Felix! Thanks for your comment! I actually tried (for another app) to follow this tutorial: https://medium.com/@firt/google-... At the end Google Play rejected my app and it was required to have the latest Chrome installed to work. Is it also like this with your app? it needs internet to load the first time right? Have you tried to push on of your app?
@firt @sandochee I see. Strange. Our users were successfully able to upload them and got approved on play store. Feel free to DM incase if any issue arrises while converting PWA to APK for What to Eat in:)
As a MVP, it's great. Some suggestion though if you allow me : - It would be great to be able to filter the meal by diet type. I know that you already have tags, but having a little icon saying that this meal is vegan/vegetarian can be also very usefull. - I think for this to be a killer webapp, we should also have recipes
@thibault_roussel1 Thanks Thibault! Both ideas are pretty good, we will look at them!
I thought of this yesterday, and I see this today in Product hunt! Nice list.
@iamsooraj Thank you!! which country are you from? if you are missing your favourite dish let us know to add it! :)
@patricia_mayo1 I'm from India. Living in Berlin. I can definitely suggest some must try dishes. I'm travelling a lot these days and I have to search for what to eat in every new city - In long run you could also make it city wise, rather than country wise - since for larger countries, that would make more sense.
Awesome, will be useful when I finally become a nomad. Think it would be nice if you had a list of the best places to find this food as well (yelp api?).
@dkb868 that's a really good idea! and because the recommendations are made from real locals they can maybe show hidden gems in the city, that are usually unknown to tourists! I have to say also that while we were building the list, our friends were thinking very often on their grandmother's food πŸ˜‹and not in real restaurants hahaha
@patricia_mayo1 solution: pivot to grandma food delivery service
@dkb868 hahahah omg amazing idea hahahah
@dkb868 @patricia_mayo1 It's a bit of a conundrum. I was looking through the section on Belarus, where I've lived off and on for the last 7 years. Most of the standard local dishes are there, but the problem I see is that many restaurant variations of these dishes are relatively low quality. So if someone was visiting here and they want to eat good food out in Minsk, I'd probably recommend them to a newer restaurant that doesn't focus so much on these tired traditional dishes. I think google is edging into this space with their local guides functionality that will (I assume) eventually be integrated into maps as they become more interactive. I'll keep an eye on this and would definitely add some location suggestions if that is added in the future.