I’m not always on my game. (Shocking, right?) I keep a stash of frozen pizzas for nights where dinner just doesn’t happen. And when we’re sick of those, we’re lucky enough to live in a city with lots of delivery. And with Foodler.
Now that I have a 3-year-old to feed it’s not quite so simple as it used to be, when we could usually manage an order without even knowing what was on the menu somewhere. Chinese place? Surely they have Beef & Broccoli and General Tso’s. Indian? Great, put us down for some Tikka Masala and Chicken Korma. Now, though, I need to know an entire menu before I make an order for my kid.
One of my favorite things about Foodler is that they have the menu at each restaurant divided into sections, so you can see really quickly if there’s a Kids Menu.
I like being able to see all my options at a glance. And you know not all kids menus are equal. It’s nice to have my pick among all the restaurants listed.
I have other places I like to look for kid-friendly food, too. Side dishes can be big portions of kid-approved food that doesn’t have to be chicken fingers. My other go-to is the Vegetarian portion of the menu. My kid loves veggies more than meat (I know, weird, right?) so I love the options I get for veggie sides and entrees that I can eat or share with him.
Of course, the big downside of ordering out is cost. Foodler lists restaurants by price, tells you what the delivery fee is, offers discounts, and I love this feature where you can see just the cheapest items on the menu.
It definitely takes me a little longer to put a delivery meal together, but it’s a lot easier and less stress than taking the family to a restaurant. Especially if I’m the only adult home in the evening.
Check their service areas to see if Foodler brings restaurant delivery to you.
To facilitate my review I received a $15 credit to order from Foodler.