Chef Picks by, City Guides Edition Food & Drink App Review (iOS, Free)


Languages: English

Seller: Fizz Software Ltd.

- New locations added

Customer Ratings

Current Version:
3 Ratings
All Versions:
7 Ratings
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Survive and Thrive in the Urban Culinary Landscape
Forget the mayor. We’re giving you the keys to the city—at least its best restaurants, bars, and culinary hotspots. Curated by, Chef Picks City Guides delivers everything we’ve seen and savored in our in-person tastings at chef-recommended restaurants from city to city. All recommended by chefs, tasted and approved by

Customer Reviews

  • Where or where are the ......

    by Blue Apron

    Great concept, found the national coverage to be lacking. Food centric cities you might expect to be included care missing from the current version

  • Why isn't San Francisco included

    by Kary Vega

    Some of the worlds beat restaurants and chef are here, SF needs to be included. Until then only 3 stars

  • Good app

    by Kjs444

    This app has lots of great restaurants in the major cities, plus chef interviews and photo galleries. It's more than your typical restaurant app!

  • Cool app

    by Food<3er

    Has great restaurants in major cities with a nice write up about them. Love love the photo galleries and chef bios. It's nice to learn about the chefs of these great places.

  • Los Angeles

    by Paolo1KLD

    Why is Los Angeles missing from this app?!?!?!?

  • Branch out~!

    by Chef Shack

    Agreed with other reviews, nice bits of info in the major markets, however there's great food all over the USA. Would love to see reviews in other cities, such as Minneapolis. We have several JBA winning chefs and many nominees, and a booming culinary industry. Would love to see this app branch out~! PEACE

  • From a 2nd rate chef ; )

    by Afrodesia

    Would like to rate it but nothing in my city. I'm a chef and yes, this area isn't SF or NYC, and although I expected it to just have a few 'foodie' locations, I was hoping to be wrong. Featuring great spots in secondary markets is actually probably more important that in culinary hot-beds where they're a dime a dozen. Let me know when you want to branch out.

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