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Restaurants are an essential part of any culture. Wherever you go, all across the globe, you can find places of business selling food, drinks and desserts. There are many types of restaurants, spanning from casual pizza parlors and food trucks, to hotel restaurants and formal establishments. Restaurants usually base their menu around a theme, which can include range of cuisines or focus on food from a single culture. Themes can include seafood, vegetarian food, or that of a culture like Greek, Italian, Indian, American, Mexican or French. Restaurants that base their theme on a culture usually carry it over into the décor, music, and general atmosphere of the establishment.

The atmosphere of a restaurant is a vital part of the perception by the public, and is created by a variety of factors. Included in these factors is the process of being served. At fast food restaurants you may receive food through the drive-through window, or by ordering at the counter. Many casual restaurants seat you at a table, after which a member of their wait staff takes your order, and ensures that you have full drinks and condiments. In a fine dining establishment, patrons must often make reservations to ensure that the restaurant will be able to accommodate them.

Restaurants not only serve food, they often serve alcohol and specialty drinks as well. Restaurants must be fully licensed in order to sell alcohol, and these licenses vary in what they cover depending on the local laws pertaining to the restaurant. Some receive a license to only serve certain alcohols like beer and wine, while other can serve liquor and spirits as well. Some restaurants even allow patrons to bring their own drinks.

There are millions of restaurants all across the globe, each with its own unique food and atmosphere. Restaurant guides, food critics, and bloggers write every day about the food they have experienced, and whether or not the recommend a certain restaurant. These people can help you decide which of the millions of restaurants to choose from, so you can experience the best there is.

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Restaurants Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Singapore

    ...that Singapore has a large population of Western nationals, the city-state has a very wide selection of simple kitchens and high-priced restaurants and they are mostly concentrated in central areas including Marina Bay Sands, Orchard ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Slovakia

    ...and wellness aspects, especially in terms of product novelties introduced. These included drinking coffee that is roasted directly at the store, offering different intensities of roasted coffee and marketing this as a coffee drinking experience. ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Slovakia

    ...demand for convenience, as consumers increasingly preferred dining out while spending less time cooking at home. As a result, full-service restaurants recorded 2% growth in the number of transactions and in current value terms in ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Spain

    ...terms which was similar to the growth seen in 2015. In spite of the better situation of the country both in economic and political terms, the fierce competition from fast food and full-service restaurants prevented ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Spain

    ...The fact that independent operators lead most of the consumer foodservice categories explains the dominance of stand-alone in Spain. Among the non-standalone locations, retail accounted for the second-highest share of outlets (9%) and foodservice value ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Chile

    ...their options and visiting low-cost restaurant formats. However, there continued to be a slowdown in outlet openings, notably among chained operators. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice in Chile report offers a comprehensive guide to the size ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Italy

    ...consumers increased their visits to consumer foodservice outlets of all types, and in many cases were looking for better-quality food compared with in the past. Nonetheless, recovery in Italy is still far from complete. The ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Indonesia

    ...2015. Growth in the number of chained outlets was fuelled mainly by franchise agreements and further underpinned by lower interest rates in 2016 than in 2015. Meanwhile, growth in transactions volume in chained consumer foodservice ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Sweden

    ...premiumisation, new delivery services were being introduced, and a well-performing economy also provided a boost, which led Swedes to continue to increase spending on consumer foodservice. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice in Sweden report offers a ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in Malaysia

    ...with the implementation of a rationalisation programme as well as currency depreciation is driving foodservice operators to face high operational costs. Despite slower outlet growth, operators continued to see positive value sales growth in 2016 ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice in South Korea

    ...which is not favourable for consumer foodservice in South Korea, innovative product development, new concept outlets, creative marketing activities based on IT technologies and developing new distribution channels enabled consumer foodservice to show moderate growth ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Brazil

    ...economic times. Moreover, cafés/bars is a channel that matured over the review period. Euromonitor International's Cafés/Bars in Brazil report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Brazil

    ...standalone location during working hours, most of the time at an affordable price. The most common scenario is for consumers to order meals from à la carte menus or to purchase food by weight at ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Brazil

    ...that full-service restaurants outlets are usually among the most expensive options available, many consumers are opting to eat in other types of consumer foodservice outlets. Moreover, many people who would normally have dinner with friends ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in Brazil

    ...and overall value sales in 2016. In 2016, sales at self-service cafeterias increased by 7% in current value terms, pushed up by price increases, among other things. However, transactions and outlet numbers both declined in ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Chile

    ...International's Cafés/Bars in Chile report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides foodservice sales, the number of outlets and the number of transactions by ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Chile

    ...many consumers decreased their average expenditure by reducing their consumption or opting for cheaper items on a menu. Euromonitor International's Full-Service Restaurants in Chile report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in Chile

    ...hypermarket customers and not investing in marketing strategies. Euromonitor International's Self-Service Cafeterias in Chile report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level. It provides foodservice sales, ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Hungary

    ...events and tourist attractions continue to perform well. National tobacco stores which also sell alcoholic beverages cannibalised sales from pubs, especially during the hot summer days of the UEFA soccer championships, when crowds gathered on ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in Hungary

    ...major office parks, customer service centres and the reopening of shopping malls after the short-lived Sunday store closure ban. The lifting of the ban particularly boosted sales for major operators like Ikea, which heavily rely ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Indonesia

    ...urban areas during 2016. As each of these locations usually has several consumer foodservice outlets and this situation boosted growth in the numbers of outlets in each of these non-standalone locations in 2016. Euromonitor International's ... Read More

  • Self-Service Cafeterias in Indonesia

    ...and affordable meals in self-service cafeterias. These outlets offer a wide range of dishes at relatively low prices with no preparation or cooking time needed, as the meals are all prepared in advance and presented ... Read More

  • Cafés/Bars in Ireland

    ...the home of pubs, traditional Irish pubs are very typical destinations and definitely a “must” for all tourists, so sales in these outlets rose because of these inflows. Additionally, the unemployment rate declined from 10% ... Read More

  • Consumer Foodservice By Location in Ireland

    ...fact that many consumers preferred the lower-priced standalone outlets when deciding to eat out, owing to the value-for-money trend, which was evident in the whole consumer foodservice market. Euromonitor International's Consumer Foodservice by Location in ... Read More

  • Full-Service Restaurants in Ireland

    ...vegan menus. A large number of health-centric restaurants can be found in Ireland, with some outlets focusing on juice cleansers and superfood salads, others targeting customers with coeliac disease and others focusing on fresh, low-calorie ... Read More

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