Ever heard of MenuPages? I hadn't until today, but I guess I live in a cardboard box. The popular website now offers an Android app for your convenience - but what's MenuPage's big feature when competing against the likes of UrbanSpoon and Yelp? You may have guessed it has something to do with menus.
MenuPages indexes the (wait for it, it's mind-blowing) menu contents of any restaurant their service lists, meaning you can search by the exact food you want, as opposed to browsing through broad genres of cuisine. Pretty nifty for foodies like myself, and I can say right now that this app has made a home on my phone for the foreseeable future.
You can sort results by price, distance, popularity, and rating - so that's nice, and it's something the Yelp and UrbanSpoon apps don't offer. If you have a MenuPages account, you can "favorite" eating establishments you're particular to. Just one more indispensible food-related app to take up storage space on my phone.