We all love a good bit of grub every now and then. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or you’re just getting started in the kitchen, myReach is the perfect tool for cooking connoisseurs and food-lovers alike! Save all of your food inspo, recipe ideas and bucket list restaurants on the App. Keep everything organised and at your fingertips so that you can easily track your meal plans for the week and check what ingredients you need.
Cooking can often feel like a lot of effort. And with the many steps involved, from shopping to prepping, chopping, cooking, seasoning and then finally eating, ordering takeout can feel a lot simpler – especially after a long day at work. But myReach is made to make your life easier and save you time and money!
Easily see what ingredients you need, create shopping lists and never forget a vital ingredient again. Whether you want a quick meal or only have a few things left in the fridge, myReach allows you to filter your recipe search by ingredients, cooking time, difficulty, rating, or anything you want.
If you love going out for food, myReach is the perfect place to save your favourite restaurants and create bucket lists of places to visit. Is your camera roll filled with screenshots of amazing-looking restaurants that you’re dying to go to, that you either forget are there or can’t seem to find when you go looking for them? With myReach, you won’t have to worry about the new restaurant you heard about slipping your mind again.
Organise restaurants into designated Tags according to cuisine, city or even Michelin star rating if you’re feeling a bit fancy. Create your own bucket lists and add all the Properties you need, such as opening hours, location, price, and how to get there – you could even attach the menu! When it comes to organising date night, myReach will be your best friend!
“I’m a freak for restaurants… But I’m a disaster for names. Now that my restaurant bucket list is on myReach, I just search and filter for specific properties and find exactly what I’m looking for! Brilliant.” – Jordi Serra