Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Menulog - review and giveaway!

I find the cold, windy winter weather of late has made me want to hibernate. Cue dinner time dilemma on a lazy Sunday night and this is where Menulog, Australia's #1 website for ordering takeaway online, comes in handy.

I was recently invited to try out Menulog, and was given a voucher to use, so thought it perfect for a pizza and movie night in. 


The system is easy to use - type in your location or postcode and select takeaway or delivery. In my case, this was Sydney CBD, which has quite a large selection of restaurants to choose from. 

Back when I lived over the bridge, I used Menulog regularly to order takeaway from my local indian place, Bay Tandoori. I especially like that the site has great promotions such as % off the total bill for frequent or first time orders. 

Now that I live in the city, I don't usually think to get delivery as it can be a bit of a nightmare to find somewhere to stop and park. This didn't turn out to be a big issue, as the delivery driver gave me a call when he was at the front and I ducked downstairs to grab the pizzas. 

Thanks to Menulog, I have 2 x $10 vouchers to giveaway. Leave a comment below to enter, entries close on Tuesday the 15th of July, 2014.

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28 comments :

Minnes said...

Tacos! Easy and YUMMY

Rockn said...

Pasta Bake, add a little meat and some veg if you want, grated cheese on top, ready in 20mins!

kk said...

Chinese. It's easy and great for throwing together a whole bunch of leftovers and what-nots in the fridge/freezer and adding some soy sauce to it to make a hearty stir fry.

kk said...

Chinese. It's easy and great for throwing together a whole bunch of leftovers and what-nots in the fridge/freezer and adding some soy sauce to it to make a hearty stir fry.

kk said...

Chinese. It's easy and great for throwing together a whole bunch of leftovers and what-nots in the fridge/freezer and adding some soy sauce to it to make a hearty stir fry.

Amber Boyce said...

Chicken Tortillas complete with salad, cheese and tomato salsa. Delicious!

iheartorganising said...

Pizza - you can't beat it, mix a salad up quick for a tasty and quick family dinner!

Jocelyn R

sayanything said...

Our tasty local Chinese... it's the only cuisine that has something for everyone in the family, it's affordable, prompt and always delicious! And as an added bonus, our dogs don't bark at the delivery man because he comes bearing prawn crackers!!!!!

Laura S said...

I love a curry,
Purely because it can be done in a hurry.
The smell roars my stomach alive,
Without spice, I couldn’t survive.

Leanne White said...

Pizza.....quick and easy and no dishes to wash up !

Jayanesse said...

definitely pizza - so easy, yummy and everyone's happy!

Joanne said...

My lazy food option would be pizza from Dominos (with those cheap coupons!) or takeaway from my local Chinese restaurant. Easy and quick and cheap... the only downside is getting very fat! Haha :)

Cecilia Warrick said...

Nachos! We always have the ingredients at hand, two minutes to make, and very yummy!

mandachic said...

Oven baked fish and chips - its almost like takeaway but a cheaper version at home!

Cheryl Mckibbin said...

pizza if the kids are involved but indian would be me and hubbys choice!

Ditzykitty said...

Pizza or thai takeaways! quick, easy, not too expensive <3

sarahmorrison86 said...

Spaghetti Bolognese, super quick and easy!

kirby said...

Pizza...the ultimate in lazy food.

eisabainyo said...

2 minutes noddles. With an egg.

coldecol said...

Indian. Our fussy kids won't eat much, but its amazing what bribery with poppadoms will get you :-)

Thai Berrenson said...

cheese toasties

Thai Berrenson said...

cheese toasties

Janice said...

chicken wraps

coryness said...

Usually pizza because I thought that was the only way to order online!

Michelle Gray said...

Order a pizza!!

Abby said...

pizza :)

Scented Stars said...

pizza

Nicole Morris said...

chiken, chips and gravy