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Is it time for a smaller menu?

Smaller menus are helping restaurants by allowing them to focus on perfecting fewer dishes and providing customers with higher quality food. With fewer items to prepare, restaurants can put more time and effort into each dish and use fresher ingredients, resulting in a better-tasting and more enjoyable dining experience.

A smaller menu also allows for faster service, as fewer items mean less time spent in the kitchen and more time spent interacting with customers. Additionally, smaller menus reduce food waste and cost, as restaurants are able to order just the right amount of ingredients for each dish and avoid having to discard unused ingredients.

Finally, smaller menus can create a more intimate atmosphere in the restaurant, as customers can easily become familiar with the menu and its offerings.

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