Who doesn’t enjoy a
good meal that isn’t heavy on the wallet? The pandemic has made us fall in love
with the whole restaurant-going experience. Who doesn’t like visiting new restaurants and experimenting with unfamiliar desserts or food? After our favorite food places reopened,
we’ve been experiencing the atmosphere, music, and dinner quality far more enthusiastically.
But again, don’t get so
carried away that you stop paying attention to the price list. You want to have
a memorable experience but not at the cost of being almost robbed for a good
steak. So, following are some ways through which you can identify if the price
is too high:
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If you go to a
restaurant and ask them to bring you their specials without flipping through
the menu… you’re doing it wrong. They’re actually not worth your money. Adding
exotic terms and fancy cooking styles don’t guarantee the dish would come out
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As you know, Kobe beef
is one of the best cuts of beef in the world. So, have you ever wondered how
your local restaurant can offer it so easily in their appetizers? Obviously,
it’s not really from Japan! Next time, save those $50 bucks for something more
valuable and real.
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Really, what’s the deal
with all these restaurants charging you for extras? Like, you select burgers
because they’re economical, but if you have to pay for cheese, bacon, and
guacamole as extras, then you’re better off ordering a fancy and expensive
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Restaurants are smart –
they know that you won’t spend all your money on wine. So, they come up with
the next best solution to charge you by calling it the ‘second-best wine’ on
the menu. Now you’d be assuming that it’s worth the money and not that
expensive, to begin with, but boy, are you being played!
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First of all, college
food sucks, so whatever you eat there is going to be of mediocre at best. Now
here’s a fact: in the last decade, the cost of dining plans has increased to an
average of 47% whereas the cost of food stands at 20%. Now, do you see where all
your money is going? Definitely not on improving the quality of food! Drop the
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Have you ever been to
Las Vegas? Did you notice how ridiculously expensive some of the dishes are?
Can you imagine having a burger for$350? We can’t! No matter how great a quality they promise.