Yeah if I’m rolling up to a place I know I’m spending 75+ a person on dinner, I don’t want to see some shitty smartphone pictures on the fuckin menu. What I’m expecting is a solid dish no matter what I pick, and then that experience is factored into the cost.
It’s a red flag for places that are tourist traps in cities with lots of tourists, especially in Europe. Having the menu be in multiple languages normally (not always though) can be a good sign you’re in a tourist trap and are about to pay way too much for fairly ordinary food.
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