Enjoy more than 6000 Australian restaurants at your fingertips at EatNow. Discover great restaurants in your local area in no time, just go to EatNow website and type in your suburb or postcode. Recently, EatNow merged with the Menulog Group – Australia’s No. 1 online food delivery company. The founders wanted it to be quick and simple, so you only need three simple steps to order food. Step 1: search for your favourite restaurant. Step 2: order something using intuitive and interactive menus. Step 3: wait for delivery. And that’s it. You can do this on your phone, notebook or tablet. You can even speed the process up by adding your favourite orders, so the next time you won’t have to bother with choosing everything from the menu – just click “Re-order” and you’re done.
The service is free to use, you only need to pay for what you order and delivery fee, which vary between different restaurants. There are multiple payment methods – cards like MasterCard or Visa, electronic methods like PayPal and, of course, cash upon delivery. They are even trying to start accepting bitcoin, so they are obviously moving with the times. Instantly after placing an order, you will get an SMS with confirmation. There’s even an option to use your Facebook account to log into EatNow to make it easier. No need to provide your data again, since everything is already on your profile page. Don’t worry – EatNow team works hard to keep your private data secure from any snooping eyes.
If you are not in a mood for cooking, then EatNow is for you – the website is easy to use and offers many filters. If you fancy going out, you can browse offers by suburb in your city. Or, if you are dreaming about great Kung Po Chicken, you can browse by a specific dish. Not sure what you are looking for, but have a type? Browse by cuisine, look for Italian restaurants or pizza delivery. The best way to get some extra hot offers is to follow EatNow on Facebook or other social pages. Like them, follow them and subscribe them and be updated on every EatNow discount codes as well as EatNow sales as soon as they are announced. They also post deliciously looking photos of some special dishes, so if you are not hungry now, you will be for sure when you scroll through their gallery.
So many great restaurants in one place, but how to choose the best? Well, that’s exactly why EatNow offers reviews. But not just any reviews – those can be easily manipulated. EatNow uses very fun and great way of stating the importance of a review. There is little something like points. You get points when you eat something. Yeey! Each order gives you certain amount of points, which are used to “weigh” your reviews. The more you have, the more your opinion matters. This online platform also uses achievement-like system to reward their loyal customers. Transform mundane food ordering into an adventure! Hunt specific “badges,” – to get some of them you will have to, for example, order something very early or at a certain time of day. Race your friends in getting the most badges and if you want to spice things up you can bet them that you will get more in one month – losers pay for dinner The system works well – it’s a great motivation for all foodies to share their opinion, so it’s not uncommon for restaurants to have thousands of reviews. No surprise considering that EatNow has got thousands happy customers every day.
Do you know how some restaurants offer diverse discounts and deals depending on something like day, price and others? It’s easy to find those on EatNow, because they are displayed as a list, so you can easily decide which discount you could use – don’t overpay for something, because you didn’t notice some extra deal hidden in fine print. Menus and checkout at EatNow is interactive, so you will know immediately if your order qualifies for a discount or special offer. EatNow also guarantees the best price, so if you order something from their website and then find out that the restaurant that you used has the same thing in their menu, but cheaper they will give you back the difference and additional $5.