Menulog Launches Snoop Dogg-Inspired Menu Ahead Of Jingle Remake

Menulog Launches Snoop Dogg-Inspired Menu Ahead Of Jingle Remake

With Snoop Dogg set to unveil his rendition of Menulog’s ‘Did Somebody Say’ jingle later this month, the food delivery service has shared a list of the rapper’s favourite foods as part of a new menu.

Commenting on the remake, Menulog ambassador Snoop Dogg said:  “People said it could never be done – a Menulog track that you can get down to. The original was a great track but it’s had its run, it needed to upgrade. That’s why they brought me in, to put some spice on it.”

Research from Menulog reveals that only five per cent of Australians are aware that Snoop is just as comfortable in the kitchen as he is in a studio. So to celebrate the new track, Menulog is launching Dogg’s Diner, a limited-edition menu serving up some of the entertainment icon’s favourite West Coast classic dishes.

Available from the 19th June to the 3rd of July exclusively via Menulog, Dogg’s Diner will feature some of the most popular dishes in Snoop’s cookbook, From Crook to Cook, published by LA-based media and content house, Merry Jane.

Launching on a Friday, Australia’s favourite day to order American food on Menulog, the Snoop approved menu will be recreated by some of Australia’s favourite American-inspired restaurants including:

  • Milky Lane (NSW, QLD, ACT)
  • Down N’ Out (NSW)
  • Meet Patty (VIC)
  • Chimek (WA)
  • Nordburger (SA)

Available for home delivery and pick up,  the menu has something to satisfy all weird and wonderful tastes as research shows 83 per cent of Aussies love an unlikely pairing. From OG Chicken and Waffles, to sweet and salty Billionaire’s Bacon and Snoop’s take on the classic shake n’ bake chicken wings with potato chips, Snoop fans and food lovers can indulge in nine dishes straight from the Dogg’s collection.

Menulog Chief Marketing Officer Simon Cheng said: “We are excited to celebrate the revamped ‘Did Somebody Say’ jingle with the launch of Dogg’s Diner – at a time when Australians could use a bit of light entertainment and some delicious comfort food. There was no better way to mark our partnership with Snoop Dogg than giving our customers across the country the chance to enjoy some of the Dogg’s best dishes, delivered to their door.”


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