After a crazy weekend of celebrating our friends Hen's and Bucks (needless to say the chores and shopping didn't get done) - the boy came home from a long day's work and being the good girlfriend I am (hehe) I suggested take out for dinner.
But rather than doing the standard McDonalds or Hungry Jacks, we decided to order delivery from Menulog a fabulous new take-away food and delivery website that has a huge range of local restaurants available to order from the click of a button.
Step 1. Type in your postcode (see image below)
Step 2. A list of restaurants available to order from depending on your location - both takeaway and delivery appear for you to choose from (see image below)
Step 3. You choose your restaurant and order the scrumptious food!
There was a decent selection to choose from, however we went with ALs Convenience Aussie & Indian Takeaway which has a mixture of cuisine which was perfect for us as we both had cravings for different things. Being a blogger and fashion stylist, online shopping is second nature so doing it for food was just as exciting.
After placing our order, we received a text message confirming the order and advising us the expected delivery time which was about 45 mins, and a contact number to call them if we should have any issues.
Less than 30 mins later our food arrived - incredibly impressed! Hot and steamy (which is always a worry with chips, but they were crispy and fresh and so tasty!). The delivery guy was a happy chappy too lol.
The Butter Chicken was mild (as requested) with plenty of chunks of chicken, and the cheese naan was fresh and easy to tear.
The boy smashed into the burger and demolished it in a matter of minutes, which is a pretty good sign.
Overall, I was so impressed with the quality of food, the price $35 inc delivery, the speed of the delivery and the food portions.
If you're thinking of getting takeaway/delivery seriously consider Menulog and see what's available in your area for a healthier option and support local businesses.
Food was not delivered/served like this.
Labels: dining, food, Gold Coast, menu log, national, review