Trading your stack of delivery menus for The Internet won't alleviate your inability to actually choose a meal (though your computer's less likely to get infested with petrified rice cadavers). Get some guidance, with FoodJiva.
Now in beta, Jiva's a delivery service covering 40+ (and counting) Westside restaurants, with a user-abetted search engine that narrows down options using the same factor that cost you Prom King: popularity. Simply click on a general category (pizza, poultry, Thai, etc), and navigate to the "JivaMenu," where you'll find specific dishes from particular restaurants, ranked by number of times ordered -- so whether you go with black cod from Asakuma, or cheese fries from Café 50s, you'll know you're traveling a path blazed by hundreds of fat shut-ins. Search by restaurant, and scrolling over each item yields a description and average user rating, opening up your patronage of Buffalo Wings & Things to the terrifying unknown of "Things".
Jiva charges no delivery fee, and gives 5% of its proceeds to local food banks -- where nobody ever stressed about myriad delivery options, because let's face it, you're eating soup.