This tutorial is kindly provided by the plugin developer. You can access the full plugin's documentation on this URL: http://myfoodpress.com/documentation/
Adding a menu to your site
Alright, let’s add a menu to your site!
If you haven’t already added menu items to your site, you may want to do that first by reading this article here; If you are ready to go, let’s read on.
If you are planning on using an existing Page to insert your menu onto, you can skip to step 3. If you need to create a Menu Page, let’s do that now. Click on ‘Pages > Add New‘ on your left side navigation menu.
Once you have added a new Page, name it whatever you’d like, for this example, I named the page ‘Dinner Menu’ (see below)
To insert your basic styled foodPress menu, you can simply insert the following shortcode into your text area:
or add a particular Dish / Meal type https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/video/6801126?key=0c662abfa86d8059b7f2188e7e4a92ad
Or you can use the shortcode generator (Purple Icon) to customize the layout and look of your menu as seen below:
If you need to have menu items that do not link to anything, i.e. do not open a lightbox with item's details, then select "Do not link to anything" in the User Interaction drop down list.
That is how you insert the menu into your site/page. You can do this on as many pages as you like, and can use the shortcode generator to style each menu as many different ways as you like too. If you want to learn how to use the shortcode menu generator, you can do so by visiting this article here.