The latest trick in Google’s ever-growing repertoire will allow hungry potential diners to search through restaurant menus after a quick search.
Thanks to a newly-launched feature on the popular search engine, Google users in the US will now be able to see a menu for restaurants they are considering paying a visit to. The tech giant announced in a post on its Google+ network on Friday that everything from appetizers to prices would be easily accessible to hungry diners before they even make a reservation.
To get the results for eateries around the country, all Google users need to do is type “What’s on the menu at [restaurant]?” into the search engine. If you’re hungry and using a Google device, you can also give the voice command to “show me the menu” at the restaurant of your choosing.
The handy service, which will severely undercut services like Yelp and Foursquare, will be available on both Web and mobile, and is already rolling out to users around the United States.