Britain has gone through something of a culinary re-awakening over recent years, as evidenced by the huge popularity of TV chefs, cookery books and eateries around the country.
However, restaurateurs cannot expect to rely solely on consumers’ appetite for good grub if they are to ensure their establishments are a success. After all, people have lots of choice these days when they are heading out for a meal.
One way in which bosses stand to boost the appeal of their restaurants is by drawing up enticing menus and showcasing these in attractive and high-quality plastic menu holders. Spontaneous diners often wander from place to place looking at the menus on offer before making any decisions.
Next month, a new restaurant is set to open in Plymouth and it will no doubt make use of appealing menus and menu holders.French restaurant Le Bistrot Pierre will open its doors in the city’s Royal William Yard, This is Plymouth reports.
Ahead of its launch, it has announced the Soiree Gastronomique menus that will be available to consumers on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. These events will comprise six courses and among the specialities set to be served up in March are pan-fried scallops with ratatouille and lemon, fillet of Atlantic cod wrapped in Bayonne ham and Burgundian ham hock terrine with parsley.
By really paying attention to their menus, ensuring they look part and placing them where passersby can easily check them out, eateries stand to get more customers through their doors.