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QR Code Menu Generator

Make a QR code menu for your restaurant, bar or cafe
so customers can enjoy a contactless dining experience.

Create a QR code for a restaurant menu

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Give guests easy access to your QR menu

What is a QR code menu?

A QR menu is a digital version of a physical menu at a restaurant, bar or cafe. When a customer scans the code on their smartphone, they are automatically taken to the PDF version of your menu. You can also use QR codes to send people to your restaurant website, so they can reserve a table, see the menu and even order online—all from one place.

Benefits of using QR code menus

Apart from streamlining the ordering process, using a QR code menu also cuts down on time spent cleaning and disinfecting physical menus. Instead, customers can enjoy a contactless dining experience. Restaurant QR codes are very versatile—print them on posters, flyers, stickers, sandwich boards and even your storefront to attract passersby.

Why should I use a QR code menu?

Swapping a physical menu for a digital one makes for a quick and convenient dining experience. Customers can scan the menu QR code as soon as they are seated, and can access it anytime they want to order extra dishes, drinks or dessert. Check out more free tools to help you build and grow your restaurant business.

How to scan a QR code menu

These days, most smartphones have built-in QR scanners within the native camera app. All you have to do is point your camera at a QR code to scan it and access the site or file you’re looking for. If your device does not have a built-in QR scanner, you can download a third party QR code scanner app instead. Find out more about QR codes and how you can use them in your marketing.

Create different types of QR codes

Engage your customers, share information and create interactive marketing materials. Use our QR Code Generator, or choose the QR code types that fit your business needs.

How to create a QR code for a menu

Follow these 6 simple steps to make a QR code menu.


Select content type

Choose the PDF option as the type of content you’d like to share when people scan your QR code.


Add relevant details

Upload the PDF version of your menu that you want people to see when they scan your QR code.


Customize your code

Pick the size and customize the colors of your QR code’s background and dots to match your brand.


Download QR code

Click the download button and choose the type of image for the QR code: SVG, PNG or JPG.


Test QR code

Before sharing, check that it leads to the right PDF using a QR code scanner like a smartphone camera.


Share your code

Add the image file of your QR code to business cards, product packaging or other promotional materials.

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