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Where Do You Put Your Price List Titles?

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Waterkant. Fairly central Cape Town. One of the many over-styled new eateries there.

Yet a real-life example to flow the juices of menu engineers.

On occasion I blog on the crossover between food retailing and b2b solution price lists. Here’s another idea.

This place had a menu without headings at the top.

Now I’m not saying it’s a great presentation. Merely that they’re trying something different.

The descriptions are at the foot of each column’s listing. And they stick to time-honoured categories too. Which could have been mixed up along less functional lines.

At least it’s a reminder that your price list does not have to look like a spreadsheet. Or worse still, an invoice.

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