It’s been a long time since I’ve posted a savoury cooking recipe on my blog, but I do cook at home. In recent months, especially when Miss Food Trail was born, getting takeaway home delivered has become a regular occurrence! The logistics of going out to eat with a young baby who isn’t awake for very long, plus a toddler, is too hard at the moment so we don’t do it very often. That’s why I am so happy that food delivery companies like Foodora bring restaurant quality meals straight to my door when we can’t be bothered cooking! While you could always get home delivery from your local neighbourhood restaurants, Foodora brings a wider variety of restaurants that wouldn’t normally deliver.
The ordering process from Foodora is very quick and easy. Just enter your delivery address on the main page and a list of restaurants that deliver to your area will appear. The hard part is making only one choice of restaurant when you’re hungry and want to eat EVERYTHING 🙂 On this occasion we felt like pasta and decided to try Sauced in Camberwell for the first time. You choose your delivery time and add items to your cart by clicking the “+”. There is a $25 minimum order amount and a flat $5 delivery fee per order per restaurant. You can even order from Foodora’s app which will give you update notifications on your order like when it is on its way to you.
Our food arrived within the specified time, was well packaged and still pretty hot. The chips were a bit soggy, but that is to be expected and I like soggy chips anyway!
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EDIT: If you would also like to get $10 off your first order with UberEats, my referral code is eats-yd10v. Just enter the code under “Promotions”.
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