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Being a Muslim it’s sometimes very difficult for me to find purely halal food in Australia. Also, given to the fact that I just recently shifted, things have already been very difficult for me and then not getting food is a huge problem. Especially after the last experience I had, I was just feeding on some boiled eggs and ramen noodles since then. But obviously one can’t stay alive on that. That’s when my search for a good delivery service started. It may sound odd why I want a delivery service app when I am searching for halal food. Well, this is because from these apps you can come across hundreds of restaurants that you otherwise didn’t know.

Menulog is often regarded as of the pioneers in online delivery services located in Australia. They date back to decades and thus are often regarded as one of the most trustable brands. Whenever online food delivery comes up, Menulog is one name you would always hear because of two reasons – the quality they deliver and the discounts (I found all this out after lots of research I did on it)


Ordering from Menulog is equally easy, it being just a three step process. The first and foremost thing that you do is finding for the best restaurants that you want to have food from. Next you order food from that restaurant and pay the bill in either cash or via card. The last and most important step is to completely and utterly devour the dish when it’s delivered to your doorstep, hot and steaming, calling out your name to come towards it. Usually the amount that you’re paying is less because of the incredible Menulog voucher codes.

So from now onwards I only order from Menulog because of their impeccable service, which shows how important their customers are to them and that’s the best thing I like about them. I get a huge variety of good Halal food while ordering from them which is of good quality and is cheap because of the deals and offers.

Menulog is indeed the biggest name in providing its customers the food hot and fresh as it’s served, ready to be eaten away by the hunger stricken individuals.




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