Home food is always healthier but it can be a luxury for people staying alone in a stranger city. As a person new to the city mostly living in shared and inexpensive accommodation options available, the best feasible option to have some great food experience is eating out. First you look for options, then you run out of options. To be precise, eating out can never equate to the balance, nutrition and palate variations available at home.
In a recently published story, "Koramangala" and "Indiranagar", the downtown of Bangalore, if appropriate to call, has the highest density of restaurants in India. Apparently the population of new dwellers in the city, most of them young tech-workers, is also the highest around these areas. With precisely 1032 restaurants in Indiranagar and 587 restaurants in Koramangala, one can actually eat out daily for more than 5 years.
The idea draws upon this imaginary scenario of "5 Years of eating out". But even in reality we find ourselves eating out every alternate day. Problems following that are many. We trade of with balanced distribution of dietary components in our natural diet. Mood swings generally supersedes body needs. Can we have a system, which can help us plan our daily diet? A diet calendar, which helps us to choose Lebanese over Continental on a diet-off day? Or a restaurant listing, which lists the eating option based on “healthy index” as per the day of the week.