Between foursquare, Yelp, and Urbanspoon, there is no shortage of restaurant review apps out there.
But then there's Nosh. The premise of Nosh is to provide answers to that question we all ask our waiters in new and sometimes even familiar establishments: "What's good here?" I learned about Nosh back at the International Food Blogger Conference, but I've just started using it the last week or so.
Rather than post comments and critiques of the entire restaurant, with Nosh you review single dishes, like this one I wrote of Eggs BeneNic, a feature on the new brunch menu at Baton Rouge's Doe's Eat Place created by Louisiana Culinary Institute student Nicole Craig.
Not only can you upload pictures, rate dishes, and write reviews, but you can also automatically post your Noshes to Facebook and Twitter and check in on foursquare. Just like with other social media and review apps, you can follow others and check their reviews too.
I've already had a few of my Noshes viewed 50 times (they send you an email when one of your reviews hits the half-century mark), my first review was posted on the Nosh blog, and I just received a Restaurant.com gift card in my email this morning for my hard work, so check out the reviews I've already written, and after you've tried them out, download the app and start Noshing yourself!