Good Food Talks empowers people with visual impairments and other reading difficulties to access and browse restaurant menus on their smartphones, in the way that most suits them and their vision.
Our app is designed to work with VoiceOver, Dynamic Text, and the other visual accessibility features that come standard on iPhones. Within the app itself, there are also two high contrast settings, as well as the option to read in OpenDyslexic font.
Simply type in a restaurant name, city, or postcode, or just click the "Near me" button. As you browse the menu, you'll be able to build a shortlist of items you're thinking of ordering. If you're not yet in the restaurant, you can use the restaurant information icon to check opening hours, call the restaurant, or get directions on Apple or Google Maps.
Good Food Talks is already trusted across thousands of restaurant venues by some of the UK’s most forward-thinking pub and restaurant chains. Our service is and always will be free to access for all users. Restaurants pay a small subscription, which allows us to keep all of our menus fully up to date.
Minor bug fixes, performance and search improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
I read about this app in the spring 2019 Wetherspoon magazine. Wetherspoons own app is great but doesn’t interact with the iOS accessibility features particularly well. Instantly I loved this app! The high contrast option is clear simple and works amazingly well. Many thanks to the developers.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.