A social food experience app for a new generation of foodies: one that eats with their
– Search for a restaurant using our unique dish search tool
– Snap a food photo with our cool camera
– Share food photos with friends and celebrate your fave food experiences
Food search: how it works
Be inspired by a feed of professional food photos with gorgeous full-screen dish
images. View dish details and prices.
Follow foodie friends and get inspired by the dining experiences of your circle
Discover popular restaurants, new restaurants and restaurants near you using a visual
search. Search by dish, cuisine, ingredient or restaurant name. Cantonese food. Italian
food. Vegan food. Vegetarian food. Healthy food. Thai food. Hip food. Sustainable food.
Only the restaurants with inspiring photos of their dishes make it to Dishtag.
Book a table for free via our reservation partners Quandoo and Chope.
Food camera: what makes us different
Snap a dish photo with our cool composition camera built by foodies for foodies. Top
shot, angle shot and side shot. We got the guideline for you.
Our composition camera has been designed by food photography professionals. We
believe anyone can take great food photos, even with their mobile phone. Our
composition guidelines help you up your food photography game.
How can I take better photos
Follow the 3 pillars: light, composition, angle
1. Light: natural light is always the safer option so choose a table near the window! If
natural light is not an option, there are a few tricks you can use to improve your food
photos. Cover restaurant spotlights with a menu or a board and use your friend’s phone
2. Composition: the main goal is balancing the composition. Consider visual weight
and basic colour theory. For best results aim for complementary colours (e.g. red &
green) or contrast (e.g. black/dark & white/light).
3. Angle: Think layers! Choosing the angle based on the type of food you’re
photographing is key. To choose optimal angles for our food we need to think what is the
most interesting part of our subject. This is where our guidelines can help.
Now you have taken the perfect shot, tag the dish, tag restaurants and tag friends
Food social: building your own foodie community Comment, like and share dish-
tagged photos with your social food network. We don’t want you to review bad
restaurants. We want you to capture, celebrate and share your favourite foodie
Try it now, download for free.
Dishtag: a visual platform inspiring foodies.