Here at Western Sydney Food Blog we love cooking at home and eating out. However, we also have those nights where want to lie on the couch and have someone spoon feed us fried rice as we watch Man vs. Food. Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to find anyone to spoon feed us yet, but we have found the next best thing: Menulog.

Menulog gave us the opportunity to try out their services which came in handy for a lazy Friday night at home with the family. It’s a simple to use service which connects you with food joints that will deliver to you. All you have to do is jump on the Menulog website or app, punch in your postcode and ta-da, a list of all your options pops up. Our options included Thai, Indian, Chinese, Pizza, Kebabs, Steak and Ribs. We opted for Chinese from long time Chester Hill local, Jenny’s Asian Kitchen.

We placed our order and before we knew it, the delivery man from Jenny’s Asian Kitchen was at our doorstep with a box full of our dinner. The excitement! We ordered:

  • BBQ pork: Thinly sliced with onion and coated with a sweet, sticky BBQ sauce. 
  • Mongolian lamb: A family favourite and the first dish to be polished off by the family.
  • Honey chicken: Battered chicken pieces lightly drizzled with honey for the right amount of sweetness.
  • Sweet and sour pork: A classic. Doesn’t disappoint.
  • Special fried rice: Bits of bacon, chicken, pork and prawns make this rice dish addictive.
  • Boiled rice: Simple, but we can never cook ours at home quite like they do at a Chinese restaurant. Love it.
  • Spring rolls: A bonus for ordering over $60! Crispy, fried goodness, especially when dipped in the plum sauce. Yum!
  • Prawn crackers: These all went before anybody had even put any food onto their plate.
  • 1.25L Lemonade: Another bonus. Score!

ML chinese ML plated

Although all five of us struggled to move after we had devoured our meal, it was thoroughly enjoyed and now we understand why so many of our local friends call Jenny’s Asian Kitchen a regular dining spot. It’s Aussie-Chinese food done well.