Matthew HughesFormer TNW Reporter
Matthew Hughes is a journalist from Liverpool, England. His interests include security, startups, food, and storytelling. Follow him on Twi Matthew Hughes is a journalist from Liverpool, England. His interests include security, startups, food, and storytelling. Follow him on Twitter.
Nothing’s more frustrating than being hungry, and simultaneously being unable to decide where to go eat with your significant other. You want Italian, she wants Mexican, and neither party will budge. Thankfully, there’s a site that promises to be the ultimate culinary tiebreaker.
It’s called Hangry, and it’s a bit like restaurant roulette. Once you give it access to your location, it’ll show you a random restaurant that’s in close proximity, with the idea being that you’ll circle through the available options until you find one that’s mutually acceptable.
If you see one you like, Hangry will show you the phone number, opening hours, and website of the restuarant, so you can make a table reservation.
Hangry is simple, but it solves a pretty everyday problem. That said, it can’t tell you what to order when you get there. That’s totally on you.
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