Indecisive diners rejoice!, a free mobile app, is looking to take the guesswork out of your restaurant order by showing you the top-rated dish (or dessert or drink) at an establishment.

It does so by analyzing reviews from Foursquare, Yelp and other sites to spit out reliable recommendations, as opposed to other apps that rely solely on user-generated content. It also sources food porn, er, photos when available, from tools like Instagram.

But are the most popular dishes necessarily the best? It's tough to say, though the nudge in the direction of what others like could just help you sift through menus with dozens of options. With, you can search for specific restaurants or peruse a map for one nearby, then check out its dishes with the best reviews. Users can also add their own reviews and opinions.

The app currently concentrates on New York and San Francisco, but intends to launch soon in Toronto and Vancouver, according to Forbes. In the meantime, here are more food apps you can't go wrong with.

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  • Ness

    eHarmony for eaters. Tell Ness what you like by reviewing places you've been, and it'll serve up recommendations based on where you are and what you love. (free, <a href="" target="_hplink">iOS</a>)

  • Foursquare

    Forget check-ins: this is a tip factory, even if you have few "friends." Scan top picks from average Joes and pros alike to find foodie Meccas (as well as what to order) in any city. (free, <a href="" target="_hplink">iOS</a>, <a href="" target="_hplink">Android</a>)

  • Dining Grades

    Peckish and paranoid? Check to see if the food at that swanky hotspot is both "in" and edible with this app's crowdsourced cleanliness reviews. (free, <a href="" target="_hplink">iOS</a>, <a href="" target="_hplink">Android</a>)

  • Mobilecious

    Get all the happiness of eating from a food truck without the hassle of hunting it down. The best bites these days come from these roving restaurants, so eat up. (free,<a href="" target="_hplink"> iOS</a>)

  • Chefs Feed

    Get dining tips straight from Mario Batali, Thomas Keller and more celeb chefs (though no guarantees they haven't saved their favorite hot spots for themselves). (free, <a href="" target="_hplink">iOS</a>)

  • Zagat

    Crowdsourced, schmowdsourced! Get the classic, quality reviews Zagat is known for with this app that taps into its trusted encyclopedia of ratings. ($9.99, <a href="" target="_hplink">iOS</a>, <a href="" target="_hplink">Android</a>)

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