While PDF menus are fine for printing and displaying at your restaurant, the PDF menu has no place on restaurant websites anymore.
If you have a food order website, or even if you’re just displaying your menu on the website for customers to browse before they make a reservation, you need a mobile-friendly restaurant menu.
In 2021, global mobile traffic surpassed desktop traffic, with 56% of users browsing on their mobile devices.
Here are the main reasons why you should say goodbye to the PDF restaurant menu on your website and replace it with a responsive online menu:
What if we told you, you could kill two birds with one stone and get rid of your old PDF menu while also taking online food orders on your website?
Use our online restaurant menu maker to create an irresistible digital menu with a built-in online ordering system.
Customers will be able to browse your menu on any device and place food orders through the user-friendly interface.
You can make changes to the menu whenever you want and publish them on your website in real-time.
Watch the video below to see how easy it is to customize your online menu with choices and add-ons.
You don’t need to be a computer expert to make a food menu that will leave your customers drooling.
Just install our free online ordering menu software on your website to add a custom order button that customers can click to browse your menu and order.
If you have a WordPress restaurant website, you can use our restaurant menu plugin.
You can also add a customized ordering menu link to Facebook’s Start Order button following these steps and bring in even more online orders.
Once those orders start coming in, all you need to do is accept them via our free order taking app for Android and iOS.
The intuitive app allows you to accept orders with a tap and provide your customers with an estimated order fulfillment time.
It’s that easy to go from a PDF menu to an online ordering menu that will make you money even while you sleep!
QR code menus is the latest digital menu trend. Say goodbye to printing PDF menus altogether and replace them with a dine-in QR code menu on every table.
This will enable customers to scan the code using their phone, browse your menu, and place an order without having to wait for a server.
And the best news? You can create a QR code menu for free. Check out the video tutorial below to learn how.