Menulog Experience + Giveaway!

So I’ve become quite a fan of these online food delivery services – a huge selection of restaurants on a single website, filtered by those that deliver to your suburb – makes deciding what to have for dinner pretty easy! I was recently approached by Menulog to do a review of their service and I was definitely keen to try it out. After entering your postcode into the search box, you’re taken to a listing of restaurants that deliver to your suburb (and any specials they are running) and from there it’s the difficult task of deciding where to order from!

Menulog

Menulog

I go with an old favourite – Khao Pla and the process of putting through my order (courtesy of a $50 voucher provided by Menulog), checking out and paying is simple. Just go through the menu and click on the plus sign to add it to your order, click on ‘Place your order’ when you’re ready, enter your credit card details or select another payment option and you’re done! You can also choose what time you would like your order to be delivered or to even pick it up at the restaurant yourself. Mere seconds after I’ve paid, I receive an SMS confirmation from the restaurant with an expected delivery time.

Khao Pla menu

Khao Pla menu

The food is actually delivered half an hour before the time stated in the SMS, but hey, no complaints here! Of course I had to order the soft shell crab, which was far spicier than I remember!

Salt and pepper soft shell crab

Salt and pepper soft shell crab

I also ordered a spicy version of pad si ew – flat rice noodles with chicken, egg, chilli and holy basil…

Kuy teaw kee mao

Kuy teaw kee mao

…and the nashi pear salad with crispy fish.

Yum nashi pear

Yum nashi pear

My entire order arrived piping hot and surprisingly quickly. The Menulog food delivery service is super easy to use and ideal for those days when you just can’t be bothered to cook.

The kind people at Menulog have also supplied me with a $50 voucher to give to a lucky reader – for your chance to win, just leave a comment on this post letting me know which restaurant you most want to offer a home delivery service.

Menulog $50 voucher giveaway terms and conditions:

  • Entry is open to residents of Australia only.
  • Entries must be received by 9:00pm AEDT on Monday 1 December.
  • The winner will be notified via email and given 48 hours to respond.
  • If no response in this time, a new winner will be drawn.
  • Total prize pool is valued at $50 and is to be used with a local Menulog restaurant of the winner’s choosing (where valid) and cannot be redeemed for cash.
  • The winner’s details may be forwarded to Menulog for prize distribution.
  • A voucher code will be emailed to the winner as supplied by Menulog and will be valid for 1 month from the date of issue.
  • The voucher code will be valid for delivery only and payments via credit card.
  • The voucher is valid for one use only.
  • Wanderluxelife is not liable or responsible in any way or form for prizes that are subsequently not delivered by a third party or arrive damaged or late.
  • Judge’s decision is final.
Good luck!
Disclaimer: This was a sponsored blog post, however all opinions are my own.
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14 thoughts on “Menulog Experience + Giveaway!

  1. I dream of the day when my favourite gelato shop, Gelatomassi on King Street, Newtown, offers a home delivery service! While not quite a restaurant, I would gladly eat a few scoops of their delectable gelato for dinner, especially as Sydney is heating up for Summer!!!!! 🙂

    Thanks for the chance, Menulog is such a great idea and so easy to use, we love it!

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  2. I think Attica should offer a home delivery service to Paris so the French could see how great Australian food is now… and I’d offer to be the first delivery person 🙂

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