DECONSTRUCTED MENUS

April 09, 2016

Ever stop to think about thick food or cocktail menus  featuring a dazzling array of choices?

It  almost  feels  that everything in the book is being thrown at the guest ,hoping something will take!

Running counter to "too much" menu design , is the deconstructed” or simplified menu selection.

Deconstructed menus suggests that businesses  have taken the time to understand customers needs, reducing  order serve times. 

Faster order turnaround times tend to reduce  waste and mistakes possibly increasing spend from still hungry guests wanting something extra!


Shorter times to think about then receive menu choices tends to create better hospitality experiences, a win for everyone!





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