Wow, that would involve a good bit of coding I imagine. To be honest though, how often do we really hunt down recommended restaurants when we travel? I know I'm more inclined to play it by ear and if I see something nearby that's interesting to me, I'll probably head in there first
Yeah, probably right there. I do like to get recommendations - so many places look ok, but end up being overpriced crap. If I had a printed out TP guide with me that mentioned a few places, I would actually probably go out of my way to try them. But then, some of the best experiences have been places that we just randomly tried out.
Re accommodation: again, speaking from specific that I've noticed. I think it'll be handy if the addresses supplied by the accommodation table includes post code (which is not always the case). That way, any major post code deviation can be noted right away, and increasing the chances to identify properties that shouldn't have been included. Additionally, for city like Paris, the post code is informative in telling people in which area it is located within the city (or not) at the first glance.
Unfortunately we're dependent on third parties for these lists and their formatting is not consistent. This is also why sometimes properties end up in a location where they really shouldn't be.