Click to Eat

All you get here is the search-by-location and the restaurant menus

Published: Jul 22, 2010

You know how it is. Much as one would like to put one’s nose in the trough at the latest cool restaurant, after a couple of exotic cocktails, natch — or, perhaps, have a quite home-cooked dinner over at the penthouse — there are times when work takes over and one just has to order in.

You, with the high-power job with the expense account and us with the late nights spent bringing you this magazine (we are munching pizza as we type this), we all gotta eat. So you search the office for menus and, damn, someone has ‘borrowed’ yours; or you don’t have the one for the place that does decent pizza. Well, go on over to .

It has a pretty comprehensive set of listings, sorted by city and location, and serves up menus for restaurants. If you’re looking to be able to find particular dishes or compare prices, fuhgeddaboudit. All you get is the search-by-location and the menus. We must also warn you that it can be difficult to read some of the menus because the quality of the scans is uneven, and that the site design is horrendously bad. But MenuCards delivers on its basic promise, so, bon appetit!

(This story appears in the 30 July, 2010 issue of Forbes India. You can buy our tablet version from To visit our Archives, click here.)

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