Euro: This is how you are currently spending more money in bars and restaurants – without even realizing it
Since the last corona lockdown was history, many people have flocked to the restaurants and bars again. There will also be one or the other Euro issued.
But many customers are currently spending more money in restaurants than they used to be. Often you don’t even notice that you are more Euro have to get out of your wallet to pay.
Euro: This is how you currently spend more money in bars and restaurants
The prices in the catering industry are currently rising. The talk is of ten to 20 percent compared to last winter, reports the “Focus”. This should not surprise most of them. After all, the industry was hit very hard by the corona pandemic and especially the lockdowns.
This is the euro:
- The euro is the currency of the European Economic and Monetary Union
- It is issued by the European Central Bank
- he euro was introduced as cash on January 1, 2002
Since food was mainly ordered when selling outside the home, the high profit on beverages fell away for many restaurateurs in addition to the already lower sales. Rising food prices also contribute to the increased prices in restaurants. But in addition to the higher prices on the menus, some innkeepers also rely on other ways.
Euro: Prices in restaurants and bars are rising
For example, the number of dishes on offer or the number of dishes are reduced (while prices remain the same).
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A good indication that prices have risen is when the menu has changed radically or a new menu has been printed. Another feature is that the prices have increased if the beer costs more than 3.80 euros.
According to the “Focus”, it can also be helpful to ask the waiter directly whether the prices for food or drinks have been increased. Often you would get a little schnapps or a free espresso. However, you will not completely avoid the price increases in bars and restaurants in the future. (gb)