Why haven't all restaurant menus been online since the first internet bubble? Who knows? All we know is that Menutopia is trying to make amends. Currently their smooth little website works in only 8 cities in the U.S. (Chicago, Boston, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Miami, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Washington DC) but they claim to already have over 16,000 menus on hand. There is also an option to read user reviews about the different restaurants but it doesn't look like anyone's bothered to do it yet (probably because they're all over at Yelp). Any website offering restaurant listings really should have access to their menus, we're kind of surprised this hasn't already been done.
Update: We got an email from MenuPages today, they've got over 60,000 reviews for restaurants throughout NYC and have recently added 6 new cities: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington DC and Chicago.