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What Makes a Good Restaurant Menu?
According to an article from The Balance Small Business, the perfect restaurant menu has a mix of new and classic items. Consider a simple burger. It comes in two flavors: plain and American cheese. You can even provide a special variation that fits your restaurant’s concept, such as guacamole and pepper jack cheese on a burger in a Mexican restaurant.
Checkout The Competition
Depending on the size of the city or town where you are located, a customer’s decision may be between your institution on one corner of the block and another just two blocks away. Eight out of ten diners choose a restaurant within ten minutes of their home, so knowing what other restaurants within ten minutes of your door are doing is a smart rule of thumb.
Your Menu Should Be a Manageable Size
Manageability entails not providing too many options to your clients. Too many alternatives can be confusing, and it can even stress individuals out subconsciously. In each category or division, limit yourself to seven or eight dishes per category.
Keep It Simple
Keep your pricing basic while you’re setting prices. Some researchers believe that $22 is more appealing to individuals than $21.99. Others believe that $21.99 encourages diners to spend less, while a Cornell University study found that spelling out costs, as in “twenty-two dollars,” had a beneficial effect, encouraging customers to spend more. When they don’t notice numbers, it’s possible that they don’t register price.
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