Qmato’s unique approach to recommendations is refreshingly straightforward:
We simply ask you what you like (one-time, 30-second questionnaire), and then recommend the places that best fit your preferences.
As you rate restaurants, Qmato learns more about what you like, so your recommendations will get better and better over time.
Qmato also gradually adds more variety into the mix, so you can come back every day to discover a new restaurant you’ll love!
Try it out now: qmato.com
We’re about ready to launch a huge update here at Qmato.
We’re going to focus even more on recommending restaurants you’ll love. That means making it super easy to set up personalization and even easier to get great recommendations, no matter what you’re looking for.
The new Qmato is in final testing stages, and we’re incredibly excited to get it out to you as soon as we can!
Just point your mobile device’s internet browser to qmato.com, and give permission to find your location. You can also set another location, just like on the desktop site.
Qmato Mobile makes it easy to find restaurants you’ll love wherever you are. Some of the neat features we’ve built in include:
Same category-based restaurant guide as on our desktop site. Just touch Restaurant Guide to get the same category power you get on Qmato Desktop. (You can also search by cuisine, of course).
Qmato’s intelligent search radius finds the best restaurants that aren’t too far away from you. If you’re willing to go farther, just touch the + button to increase the radius. If the places you’re getting are too far way, just hit the - button to decrease the radius. If you just want the …
Qmato is here to help.
If you’ve used one of the big review sites to try to find restaurants, you’ve probably noticed:
- there are just too many reviews to read - hundreds or even thousands for each place
- many of the reviews aren’t very informative
- being able to write a good review does not make your opinion any more or less valid
- there's no way to get a sense of the consensus view of a restaurant
As a result, it’s hard to get good sense of what any one place is really like, or how suitable it would be for the experience you want. And trying to identify the best option among several? Forget about it - you’ve just multiplied your already tedious research task several times. And who wants to do that research? Personally, I just want to go restaurants that I’ll …
Vietnamese food is light and full of zing, loaded with fresh herbs such as cilantro, lemon grass, basil and mint. From beautifully delicate spring rolls to world-famous Pho, each slurp and crunch of Vietnamese cuisine balances complex layers of sweet, bitter, sour, salty and umami, in a way that is disarmingly simple.
In Vietnamese food, every ingredient sings through. Lime, chili, fish sauce and soy are used as base notes in many dishes, but the stars of the show are the crisp herbs and vegetables, barely cooked and only used at their freshest, so that their natural textures and flavors are maintained.
Oil plays little part in cooking methods, and heavy coconut milk is relied on much less than in Thai dishes, so it is little wonder that Vietnamese is seen as one of the world's …
Qmato is ready to help you find the perfect restaurant
As of today, we’re out of alpha and ready to serve the public!
Qmato is the only restaurant guide to combine personalized restaurant recommendations with deep restaurant knowledge. How deep? By analyzing reports from real restaurant goers, we track and score restaurants on over 300 different metrics.
That means Qmato knows more than who has outdoor seating - Qmato knows who has the best outdoor seating. The best brunch. The most pleasant atmosphere. And so forth. That means you’ll get great recommendations for any occasion right out of the box, and they’ll only get better when you set up your personalization profile and start rating some restaurants. Qmato learns what you like from your ratings!
Qmato has tons of …