Free QR code generator for menus

Generate your restaurant's free QR code here

Generate a free QR code that customers can scan and view your menu — no matter where it’s hosted. All you need is a link to the webpage or PDF file where the file is available. Enter or paste your URL in the form below and we’ll email you a free high quality QR code you can download and print and use completely for free in a variety of ways.

  • Must start with http:// or https:// and can link to almost anything available on the public web: A page, PDF and more. For how to find this URL or get one, see the FAQs on this page.
  • Enter your business email — we'll send your free QR code here, so make sure it's accurate
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How QR codes and menus work

Most restaurants print and display QR codes that, in turn, link to digital copies of their menu as a way to eliminate a touchpoint and the cost and waste of single use paper menus during the coronavirus pandemic.

Nearly all mobile devices with a camera are compatible with QR codes — and all customers have to do is open their camera or QR scanner app, point the camera at the code and it will open the link automatically in the device’s default mobile browser.

Using mobile friendly and PDF menus typically doesn’t require the customer to download any additional apps.

Free menu QR code generator

To generate a free QR code to link customers to your menu, all you need to do is enter the full URL to the menu and your email address in the form above. In a few minutes, you’ll receive an email with a downloadable, print quality QR code that you’re free to use as much as you’d like.

Yes. Our goal is to help restaurants get through the COVID-19 and coronavirus pandemic so this service is free.

The easiest way is to visit your restaurant website and navigate to where you menu is posted. Copy and paste the link that appears in the browser. If you have PDF versions of your menus, we recommend clicking those links on your site to open them and make sure the file ends in “.pdf” and using that URL.

If you don’t have your menu uploaded online, there are a variety of free services that can do this for you. We recommend pCloud and Dropbox. Google Drive is another good option. You’ll then want to follow the upload instructions (pCloud, Dropbox, Google) and how to share a file publicly with viewing only permissions (pCloud, Dropbox, Google). 

Your Dropbox link should look something like this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/abc123/file.pdf or start with db.tt. pCloud links look like this: https://u.pcloud.link/publink/show?code=abc123 or start with u.pc.cd.

Too complicated? With qReveal, you can create your own mobile friendly menu that’s much better than using PDF files

We don’t offer this service at this time, but you can use one of the services mentioned in the FAQ above.

No. We ask for your email so we can send you your QR code. We do not sell or share your email with anyone. We may email you with helpful restaurant marketing tips, but you can unsubscribe at any time.

You may be interested in trying out qReveal, which is a service that lets restaurant owners created QR code powered mobile friendly menus that look great on any mobile device. These come with free QR codes as well and it’s free to start building your menu. You only pay when you go live.

We plan on offering this service for as long as we’re around! The only way a link might get deleted is if we discover it is being used to send people to content that goes against our terms of service.

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