When restaurants want to inject a new lease of life, they usually raise prices as they refurbish their venues believing this will boost business. That seems to make sense.
The dining area is set in two zones: the high-ceiling bistro-style air-con chamber and the large open-air patio offering chic resort lounging.
But the restaurant industry is like other industries in which expansion doesn't necessarily mean improvement, while the soaring menu prices are little more than formidable digits to customers. For some savvy restaurateurs, however, upgrading practically means downsizing.
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