The rise in food prices in Germany is forcing manufacturers and restaurateurs to find a way out of this situation to stay afloat. And one of the restaurants, located in the city of Ratingen (North Rhine-Westphalia), began charging visitors a fixed entrance fee.
“Dear guests! Due to the extremely high costs of acquisition, staff and energy, we are unfortunately forced to charge a fee of 3 euros per guest,” states the Cedric’s restaurant website.
Horst Ingedorn, the owner of the restaurant, said that the prices for the purchase of products had risen so much that he simply had no other choice.
Currently, meat in Germany has almost halved in price, vegetables will cost at least 30% more, energy costs have doubled, and frying oil has doubled.
Ingedorn really hopes that with the help of paid admission you will not be able to increase the cost of dishes on the menu, but if prices continue to rise, then this measure is unlikely to save.
He also said that the guests of the institution reacted to the innovation coldly, but appreciated the honesty of the administration and are still willing to pay a “restaurant ticket”. It is true that everyone has high hopes that prices will soon return to their previous level and the paid ticket will be canceled.
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