Guy Fieri, the food personality who spikes his hair with french fry oil, has a new-ish restaurant, Guy's American Kitchen and Bar in Times Square, that was brutally eviscerated by food reviewers. That's probably not good when you're trying to launch a restaurant. What's also not good is forgetting to lock down the…
Everybody loves dim sum! The bamboo baskets they use can cook an entire meal, all the same time, without leeching the flavor like boiling does. The new MENU Steam Stacker recreates this traditional Chinese cooking method in your oven.
A new mass-market service called E la Carte is now testing their tablet menu at twenty different restaurants around Boston and San Francisco. The tablets are specially rubber-coated, and won't die out on you when you're ordering because they've got day-long battery life. Sure, iPad menus have been done before! But…
When tea's bigger brother coffee is constantly being treated to new coffee machine designs, it's hard not to feel sorry for the humble kettle. But here comes Denmark to the rescue, with the Menu glass kettle teapot, which costs $70. [Questodesign via Werd]
Finally! After being available on the iPhone for quite some time, MenuPages has finally released an app for Android. If you live in New York City, LA, San Francisco, Philly, Boston, Chicago, DC or South Florida, you can find full restaurant menus right from your phone. It's perfect. [Android Market]
During Nintendo president Satoru Iwata's GDC keynote today, the company revealed that the Wii will finally get SDHC support (that means compatibility with bigger SD cards) through an update that's available now.