With free QR code menus, you can enjoy unprecedented business opportunities just by creating and changing your menu.
Create a free QR code menu instantly
If you want to create your main food menu, breakfast/lunch/dinner menus, a wines/beers/cocktails menu, a desserts menu, or a seasonal menu, you don’t have to wait or pay anything. Today, you can access d’menu and use the drag and drop, intuitive platform to build whatever you’re planning and share it live as soon as you’re finished. There’s no designer, no communication, no cost, and no shipping to stand in your way.
Update the menu instantly
Want to try a new dish? You can merge it into your main menu naturally without making up new menus or writing anything on a board or making servers or cashiers explain it to everyone.
Want to see how the way you suggest dishes to customers impacts their selections? For instance, people may buy a certain dish more often because it’s at the top of the list in its category. Make a change today and see how it works. If customers respond well to the change, keep it and make them and yourself happy. If not, try something new. You can see the results right away and make your business more adaptable than it’s ever been before.
See a mistake? You don’t have to live with it or invest in new paper menus or a designer to fix it. Just access the platform and change it.
Out of something? Instead of having to say, “I’m sorry, we’re out of that today,” over and over again, you can just move a slider on the platform and that dish isn’t offered anymore. It can be turned back on as soon as you’re ready. This will make life easier for both customers and employees.
How it works
D’menu gives you the opportunity to both set categories in a single menu and create separate menus.
Each menu has its own free QR code. You will print out the QR code and display it to customers where appropriate. You could have one menu and one QR code, but extensive menus could get a little cumbersome this way. It may also not fit your restaurant or business. If you have separate breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus, there is no point in displaying all of those options at once. You can create separate menus, print out the QR code, and switch the signs or table tents to reflect different times of the day.
Each menu can be broken up into categories so customers can easily narrow down their choices. If they want a sandwich, they don’t have to scroll through all of your menu options, they can simply select sandwiches and go right there. They can also read the categories and get a taste of what you offer right away.
The case for multiple menus
It may be simple to have the one QR code and one menu, but people are likely to have a path in mind and go straight to certain things, particularly when there are many choices. For instance, the customer sits at the table and thinks about selecting their entree. They will open the digital menu and select the category that matches that thought.
You can draw more attention to your appetizers, alcoholic beverages, desserts, and promotions with a sign or table tent highlighting that menu. They may be tempted to scan and quickly follow through on that thought, deciding to add something to their order they might have overlooked.
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