Your menu represents your restaurant. Here are a few things to consider when making your new menu

  • Organize your menu logically.

    Don’t make your customers perform a scavenger hunt when they just want to eat. Make it easy for them to find what they want by organizing in a way that makes sense—appetizers first, desserts last, etc.

  • Give your best dishes the best placement.

    Put your best items front and center where they’re easy to find!

  • Be resourceful.

    Using same ingredients in different ways can create entirely new items.

  • Create something special.

    Make your place known for something…

  • Limit your items.

    Having a menu that has 100 choices may be overkill.

  • Proofread

    Having a clean menu represents a clean business.

Is your menu in need of a redesign?

Use descriptions & cute names

When a menu item is really descriptive people are 27 percent more likely to order it.

Use appropriate fonts

Fancy fonts match fancy food and prices.

Use Anchors

Pricing one item at a ridiculous price, makes other prices seam reasonable.

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Example of RS Menu Design: Before RS

Example of RS Menu Design: After RS