Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Menulog Online Restaurant Home Delivery Service - A Review and Giveaway

We recently put the Menulog service to the test at our house. Have you heard of it?
Menulog is an Australian online restaurant take-out ordering and food delivery service. One simple website hosts over 3500 restaurants with around 11,000 specials and over 100,000 restaurant reviews. This is take-out on a whole new level and yet surprisingly simple to use.
When we were invited to try the Menulog service to see what we thought, my first thought was No problem!
Menulog kindly provided my family with a voucher to cover a meal of our choice, home delivered from a local restaurant of our choosing, who are a part of the Menulog online community.
For us, the hardest part of the task was choosing from the multiple cuisines available under our post code on the Menulog website! There were plenty of choices on offer to us (for an example, see here), and we think we very wisely selected a meal from Tas Ka Thai of Glen Iris in Melbourne.

Hello dinner!
We love Thai cuisine and the selection of dishes from this restaurant did not disappoint. The kids loved the chicken satay (always a safe choice for the kiddos in terms of guaranteed consumption), and of course the prawn crackers and Roti breads were eaten heartily by our brood too.

As for us grownups, we enjoyed a great variety of curries including green and red curries, Massaman curry as well as stir-fried chicken and vegetarian curry puffs. Surprisingly, the children did enjoy the dishes despite the varying degrees of heat and spice and the unfamiliarity. In fact, they were asking to do it all again 'next time.' (And there will be a next time using this service I can assure you!)
Green curry - you were amazing! Any curry that gives me that hot, flustered and spluttery sensation is a winner in my book! 
The nuts and bolts of using the Menulog service are as follows:
Got to the Menulog site.
Enter your post code.
A list of restaurants who are members of your local Menulog community will show.
Choose. (It's the hard part!)
Order your meal from the very easy to use online menu. (There are even pop-ups where you can select additionals like mild, medium and hot spices or add-ons to suit your taste.)
Decide when you would like your meal delivered including the time you would like it to arrive. (Now or later - you can even order days in advance.) You can also opt to collect your meal in person if you wish.
Checkout and pay.
All orders receive an SMS confirmation.
Get excited and set your table!
The service is free and so easy to use. Think of it as a personal directory of all the worthy local restaurants available to you. No need to hunt down anything as one site takes care of it all.
Life made easy!
We immediately received a discount of 10% off our next order too, via email, which we are already planning to use again. We genuinely enjoyed the Menulog experience as much as we loved our Thai dinner. Menulog is a massive convenience and I love that this was so effortless.
Thanks to the generosity of Menulog, I have one $15 voucher to giveaway to one lucky
Six Little Hearts reader to put towards a Menulog dining experience.
Please share the love! If you know someone who would love to win this prize, let them know about this giveaway by spreading the word using the social media buttons at the end of this post.
Entry is easy. Just follow the prompts using the Rafflecopter App below. (App may take a few seconds to load.) Please note: Two of the entry requirements are mandatory so be sure to follow the easy steps to ensure all of your entries count. Please play fair as others do take the time to complete all of their entries.
All winning entries drawn are screened to ensure they conform to these requirements and those that do not will be disqualified.
Entry is open to residents of Australia only.
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 $15 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 2 months 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.
Six Little Hearts 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!
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 *Six Little Hearts was provided with a family meal voucher to spend at a participating restaurant of our choice in exchange for this review. All opinions expressed are our own.
Ruben the Prawn Cracker King. Totally posing!
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  1. there is a Thai restaurant called Oh Calcutta around the corner from my house, they make the most incredible hot curries!

  2. avanti pizza and pasta - decent quality food at reasonable prices and love their cheese garlic bread!

  3. Sounds delicious!! Blooming love thai food and I haven't eaten it in years...this has given me the hankering though!

  4. La Pizza Steak Seafood Pasta Punchbowl. I've eaten there before and love its pizza.

  5. Blue Fish Curries I lov fish and curry so this suits me

  6. I'd order from Rangla Punjab in Maroochydore a Chicken Curry as I love a good curry to warm me on these cooler nights :)

  7. Such a great service for busy weeknights or lazy weekends!

  8. Golden Palace Chinese Restaurant - Kellyville,
    On a busy night it will fit the bill.
    Been before,
    It's taste galore.

  9. I'd choose our favourite chinese - Lunch Whistle - because the delivery man is the only person who comes knocking at our door that our dog doesn't bark at (he knows he comes bearing prawn crackers!!!!!)

  10. I actually enjoyed reading through this posting.Many thanks.

  11. I actually enjoyed reading through this posting.Many thanks.

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