Michelin-star chef, Gordon Ramsay, recently opened a high end eatery in Singapore but his love of the street food in the town has grown since long ago.
Think about this: Would you be intrigued to try the flavors of a new restaurant if its name is not appealing?
Giant supermarkets score low while gas stations start to soar in the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). This change was felt mainly because gas stations have experienced the benefits from the decreasing fuel prices.
When you order in a restaurant, you might think that you already know what you want. Check out these five surprising things that can actually change your mind.
The restaurant business is a competitive business, and depending on the marketing strategies of the business owner, they either can thrive or be forced to move away.
In a study called 'The Waiter's Weight: Does a Server's BMI Relate to How Much Food Diners Order?' by researchers Tim Döring and Brian Wansink, which was published in the Environment and Behavior journal, the diner-waiter relationship is explained in-depth. Besides music affecting dining behaviour - e.g. Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift music in the background make certain food taste great while Justin Bieber music and similar tunes lessen the appeal of food - or lighting and the general ambience affecting the enjoyment of a meal, the people involved in the meal apparently also play significant roles.
Over the years, late night restaurants have grown, making its way into the food industry as most costumers would usually end up hungry after a long night out.
Law makers in the Brazilian city of Sao Paolo have banned the production and sale of Foie Gras. The popular delicacy, which originated in France but is now produced around the world, is made from the fatty liver of force fed geese and ducks.