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Menumania is new social network

Menumania is new social network is the social network for people who love dining out. It offers users a site to review and rate restaurants and search for restaurant menus.

Users can browse restaurants or cafes by city or suburb, cuisine, or features. Users can also view photos of food and upload their own food pictures. MenuMania is a user-contributed restaurant guide so users can edit any of the restaurant details. Users can also store all their favourite restaurants onto one list and share it with everyone else.

When viewing a restaurant, users can not only view the dishes and prices on the restaurant's menu, but also learn about the restaurant by reading user reviews and food ratings.

Users can also retrieve a restaurant's contact information; see where the restaurant is located on a Google Map; learn if reservations are required; and find opening hours, special features, meals served or availability of outdoor dining. 

Restaurant owners can claim their restaurant listing on MenuMania and update any of their restaurant details any time, upload photos of  the storefront and food, plus load and manage their menus and connect with their customers. has an exclusive "data share" partnership with Google Maps New Zealand so all the restaurant listings and data are distributed on NZ Google maps website. This automatically adds extra online exposure to all restaurants, cafes and takeaways listed on


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