FOODMOOD has introduced a new app which is claimed to change the way Londoners find restaurants.

Using state-of-the-art technology, the app identifies the tastes of its users and provides personalised recommendations in real-time.

"The app functions like a search engine, allowing users to swipe through thousands of pictures."

An interactive, mood-based menu is used by the app, displaying mouthwatering photos of the best dishes from restaurants to connect people with the meal they are looking for. When people find the right meal for their mood; calling up a restaurant or reserving a table online becomes a matter of just a click of a button.

The app, which functions like a search engine, focuses on blog contents, allowing users to not only swipe through thousands of pictures, but also to instantly get connected to expert blogger reviews within the app.

The FOODMOOD team, Charles Fattouche and Mehdi Kheloufi, spent over a year designing a search engine that is smart enough to learn in real-time about people’s choices.

FOODMOOD founder Fattouche said: "When looking at a dish, the human brain instantly captures multiple features from the type of cuisine to minor details such as the use of specific ingredients or the way they have been cooked. Our algorithm is designed to mimic that behaviour. It uses more than a hundred food features to analyse each yum or yuk and ultimately root down what you are in the mood for."