Digital menu platform My Menu now allows guests to settle their bills with cryptocurrency.
Restaurants using My Menu can switch on this feature from their backend.
Dubai-based My Menu, originally a Tablet Menu platform, saw tremendous growth since the start of the pandemic because of the rise in demand for contactless QR Menus otherwise known as scan menu. My Menu boasts of direct integration with industry leaders such as Oracle Micros and also traditional payment gateways such as Stripe, 2Checkout, and Checkout.
Klaus Pigorsch, Managing Director of Tower Links Golf Course, has been using My Menu for more than three years and is an early adopter of Crypto payments. “... I firmly believe technology plays an important role in our business," he said. "...We cater to a lot of international golfers, some of them are into crypto so the feature to accept Crypto as a form of payment has been very well received by our guests.”
My Menu is used by hotels including Sofitel, Fairmont, Raffles, Marriott, JW Marriott Marquis, Sheraton, Westin, Le Meridien, and popular restaurant brands such as Nandos, Carluccios, Hard Rock Café, Jumeirah Restaurants, Noodle House, Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen and many more. It is a corporate standard for Accor hotels and a preferred solution with other groups.