“There’s an App for that” has become the catchphrase of the decade and for good reason. There are iPhone and Droid apps for everything from getting food delivered to your house to telling you when it is a good time to pee during a movie so you won’t miss anything too important. Seriously. So why wouldn’t there be an app for the winos of the world? We’ve decided to review the best wine apps of 2017.
Have you ever been in the supermarket and felt overwhelmed by the variety and plethora of options available to you? Gotten frustrated by looking at a wine list at a restaurant? How do you pick? How do you know what’s the best choice? Well, look no further because there are a bunch of FREE apps available to you.
I’ve collected a list of the best wine apps (in no particular order) that you should definitely download. Like, now.
Park Chinois is a Chinese restaurant in Mayfair, London. I’ve been there 3 times, twice for dinner and once for lunch. Each experience was different but if you simply don’t want to read on, let me just say this much. Park Chinois has very quickly established itself in the same league as restaurants like Hakkasan, China Tang and my favourite, Hunan (in Pimlico).
Annoyingly there are a couple of steps to walk into the foyer of the restaurant from the street, but then it starts, the experience begins. Park Chinois has an upstairs and a downstairs. Both serve the exact same menu, however the ambience is very different in each of the sections. Before I even booked the first time, a food writer friend of mine who had been to review the restaurant said:
“….old money sits upstairs and new money sits downstairs”.