HOW DO AUSSIE ORDERS CHANGE LATE-NIGHT?
New Menulog Data Reveals The Nation’s Late-Night Delivery Trends.
For those poor souls who’ve come home from a night out to an empty fridge, or those pooped after a night shift in need of sustenance, or those who’ve “enjoyed” a fancy morsel of steak for $58 and need a top-up… Menulog will be there for you with extended late-night delivery hours until 2.00 AM. .
With more than 1,000 late-night restaurants around Australia, night-owls no longer need pit-stop for a late-night kebab - it could be waiting at your door, along with the choice of more than 35 other cuisines available after-hours.
Menulog data shows that a third of all late-night orders happen after 10.00 PM. So, how do Aussie meal orders change as the night goes on?
Nationally, burgers are one of the most popular foods to have delivered late-night, with the Whopper® with Cheese topping the list for Hungry Jack’s snacks ordered after 9.00 pm. Menulog tested this theory in Sydney over the weekend with the first run of its Burger Bus [images below].
Queenslanders are bacon-lovers with the Bacon Deluxe Hunger Tamers from Hungry Jack’s in Herston and Hungry Jack’s in Annerley topping the late-night order list. In fact, of the top ten most popular late-night order restaurants in Queensland, more than three quarters are from Hungry Jack’s stores - Queenslanders love the flame-grilled goodness!
In Canberra, our Nation’s capital, 24% of the most popular late-night orders are also from Hungry Jack’s, with chicken nuggets topping the list. Curry and naan from Punjabi Junction also ranked highly.
Delivering to 87 per cent of Australia's addressable population, Menulog provides options for any meal occasion.
What's your favourite late-night meal?
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Additional data available:
- Top 10 most popular cuisines in each state
- Top 10 late night restaurants in each state
- Most popular late night vegan meals and cuisines
- Metro versus regional Australian data
- Rows 1 + 2: Social images from the Menulog X Hungry Jack's Burger Bus Activation October 3 - 6, 2019.
- Rows 3 + 4: Royalty-Free Imagery.
- Row 5: Menulog Activation at Flinders Station, Melbourne.
ABOUT THE BURGER BUS
Menulog teamed up with its exclusive partner, Hungry Jack’s, to bring the first-ever 90s inspired ‘Burger Bus’ (yep, inspired by pop sensations Vengaboys) to the streets of Sydney, delivering free Whopper® burgers to late-night hot spots and venues across the city over the October long weekend.
Like an adult ice cream truck, the ‘Burger Bus’ was heard with its signature song... ‘We like to Patty’. The ‘Burgerboys’ dished up hundreds and hundreds of free Whoppers® when and where people needed it most.
Menulog is Australia’s widest-reaching online food delivery service with the greatest choice of both restaurants and cuisine types on offer. Menulog connects more than 2.6 million active customers with over 15,500 local restaurants via menulog.com.au and mobile apps. Menulog offers more than 90 different cuisines that can be delivered to more than 87 per cent of the addressable population. Menulog is part of the Just Eat group, a global leader in food delivery.
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