Changing times on the eating out front
We’re less happy with value for money in restaurants compared to 20 years ago – and less likely to have a starter and dessert.
That’s two of the fascinating findings from research at Manchester University which looked at changing attitudes to dining out. Asked about their last meal out, 56 per cent of diners said it was good value compared to 69 per cent two decades ago. And the number of people who have a starter and dessert with their evening meal has dropped to just over a fifth, down from a third of diners in 1995.