Microblogging Tool for Foodies in Hong Kong

Microblogging Tool for Foodies in Hong Kong
technology
Sean Leow
  • 14 march 2008

As one of the culinary capitals of Asia, Hong Kong is home to many foodies who trade tips on the best new restaurants. To help facilitate this communication, a new microblogging tool has been launched to cater to the Hong Kong crowd. The service is called Foodlily and allows users to find restaurants, rate them, make reservations and even invite others to join at the table. The service includes iPhone-specific features and is integrated with Google Maps, which makes finding restaurants and reviews convenient.

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