LetsSpot.com launched - India's First Dish Based Search Portal!

LetsSpot.com, India’s first dish based search portal has been launched. Search dishes, not just restaurants close to your place. LetsSpot.com is focussed to capture the BEST food dishes, be it a five star or a street cart selling food stuff
Feb. 22, 2012 - PRLog -- www.LetsSpot.com is India’s first dish based search portal where people can search most famous food dishes around their place.

LetsSpot.com is a collection of all famous food dishes in a particular city and the data has been collected via users themselves. LetsSpot.com is focused to capture data which is most famous and amazingly tasty in any particular region. The concept behind LetsSpot began from the idea that in India, almost every corner of every city is famous for some food item such as Sardar Pav Bhaji in Mumbai, Parathe in ParatheVali Gali in Delhi etc. and much more like these.

LetsSpot.com is a user generated content portal, where users spot dishes and share the data. People can also follow their favorite restaurants and follow people to stay updated on the dishes which are getting spotted.

The team consists of two entrepreneurs, namely Siddharth Jain, 25 and Shranick Sethia, 27. Both cofounders are strongly committed to create a difference to the community by building a product that speaks for itself. The startup is based out of Delhi.

The website is currently running in Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune and Bangalore. Join the facebook page to stay updated and know the best food spots in any city www.facebook.com/letsspot and for more information, log on to www.LetsSpot.com.

LetsSpot.com was launched in April 2011 by the name SpotYourCorner.com. It has been re launched with much improved GUI and content.
Email:***@spotyourcorner.com Email Verified
Tags:India, Internet, Content Management, Entrepreneurship, Food And Beverages, Startups
Industry:Content Management Portal
Account Email Address Verified     Account Phone Number Verified     Disclaimer     Report Abuse

Like PRLog?
Click to Share